Personal/Social Counseling and Referral Sources

  • Individual Counseling
  • Parent/Student Conferences
  • Relationships
  • Family Situations
  • Peer Concerns
  • Physical and Sexual Abuse
  • Drug/Alcohol Abuse
  • Stress
  • Transition
  • Academic Pressure
  • Inappropriate Behavior
  • Communication Issues
  • Pregnancy

Academic Counseling

  • Planning a four-year high school program relevant to student’s interests, abilities, and post-high school plans
  • Assisting students in selecting appropriate courses each year
  • Conduct attendance meetings with students.
  • Counseling students experiencing academic difficulty and developing strategies for improvement, including referrals to various academic resources at the high school
  • Reviewing credit status leading to graduation


Career/College Counseling

  • Coordination of career development through advisory
  • Juniors will prepare drafts of their resume and college essays to prepare for the college application process
  • Students will be encouraged to take appropriate standardized tests
  • Students and parents will be encouraged to attend college nights/fairs and financial aid programs
  • Counselors will direct students to a variety of available resources about colleges and careers
  • Counselors will maintain a current state of knowledge about colleges by attending conferences, visiting colleges, and meeting with college representatives
  • Counselors will write letters of recommendations for students