Academic and Career Counseling
Students and their parents are encouraged to talk with their counselor to learn about course offerings, the graduation requirements of various programs, and early graduation procedures.
Each spring, students in grades 9 through 11 will be provided information on anticipated course offerings for the next year.
To plan for the future, including attendance at a college, university, or training school, or pursuit of some other type of advanced education, students should work closely with their counselor in order to take the high school courses that best prepare them.
The counselor can also provide information about entrance exams and deadlines for application, as well as information about automatic admission to state colleges and universities, financial aid, housing, and scholarships.
The school counselor is available to assist students with a wide range of personal concerns, including such areas as social, family, or emotional issues, or substance abuse.
The counselor may also make available information about community resources to address these concerns.
A student who wishes to meet with the counselor should schedule an appointment in the counseling office.