Supporting Students In Academic Achievement, Personal Wellness, College And Career Goals
Through guidance and opportunities for personal growth, students are supported in their transition from adolescence into young adulthood. Counselors work collaboratively with students, families, teachers, and administrators to facilitate student wellbeing and success.
Additionally, they work closely with students through the college exploration and application process.
At each grade level, counselors meet with students individually and in group settings to provide emotional support and information relevant to academic planning, standardized testing, career exploration and college readiness.
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For freshmen, the early focus is on transition issues, study skills, and involvement in the school community through participation in extracurricular clubs and activities. Students are introduced to Naviance, the college and career planning software that will be used throughout the four years, to support increased self-awareness.
In sophomore year, students use Naviance to explore potential career paths that align with their strengths and interests. There is a continued emphasis on academic achievement and meaningful community involvement. Students are encouraged to attend college fairs and tours organized by the school.
Junior year is heavily geared toward the college exploration process, with continued focus on personal integrity and social responsibility. The department hosts a variety of informative workshops and presentations, and parents/guardians are encouraged to meet with the student’s counselor to discuss specifics related to post-secondary planning.
Seniors return to school with a focus on the college application process, and counselors provide continued support for successful completion and submission of applications, with emphasis on continued scholastic achievement and meaningful extracurricular involvement.