School Counseling Program

The district is proud to provide a comprehensive guidance counseling program for all students. Developmentally appropriate activities are provided for students at each grade level by a professional and committed staff. Topics include strategies and supports for academic success, social and emotional supports for students, career exploration and future planning, and crisis intervention and response.

School guidance counselors are certified educators trained to provide a range of assistance to all students. Counselors in the middle and high school are assigned to students by last name, allowing them to establish closer relationships with students, administrators and faculty members. They work to encourage student academic achievement and promote a safe and positive learning environment. In addition to assisting with course selection and academic direction, they also help implement anti-bullying and other intervention programs that impact the entire school.

Guidance counselors at the middle and high schools provide individual and group assistance with scheduling and career planning and, particularly at the high school level, are skilled at post-graduate planning for all students.