The School Counseling Office is responsible for addressing the needs of all students by collaborating with students, parents, school staff, and the community. We support the mission of our school by challenging our students to develop spiritually, intellectually, emotionally, socially, and physically.
The School Counseling Office consists of three counselors who are dedicated to providing assistance with academic, social, and emotional needs. School Counselors provide assistance with course registration, standardized testing, academic concerns, and personal matters.
Except for emergency situations, students are expected to make an appointment to meet with a counselor. Students are responsible for notifying teachers of appointments and may not miss a test or quiz for a counselor appointment.
All counselors, school and college, will send academic transcripts when requested by a parent/guardian. There is a $3.00 fee for each transcript.
- Reasons to see your School Counselor:
- Time Management
- Academic Difficulty
- Course Planning
- Getting Involved in extracurricular activities or jobs
- Concerned about a friend
- Help during stressful situations, i.e., loss of a parent, divorce, etc.