Collaboratively supporting students' academic social and emotional development
Our school counselors work collaboratively with students, families, school faculty/staff, and community resources to provide a comprehensive school counseling program that supports our students' academic, career, social, and emotional development.
Our counselors help students choose their courses and set academic goals that align with their 4-year graduation plans. They provide support in monitoring academic progress and providing strategies/resources to remove barriers to academic achievement.
Our counselors help students understand the connection between school and the world of work. Ensuring that students can plan for and make a successful transition from school to their postsecondary options.
Our counselors help students manage emotions and learn and apply interpersonal skills. They offer support in areas such as self-esteem, peer relationships, stress management, and conflict resolution. They also provide support/resources for mental health concerns.
Counselors provide one-on-one counseling sessions and organize group sessions to address common issues students face, such as academic challenges, coping with stress, building social skills, or preparing for college.