Each student, upon entering high school, is assigned to a school counselor who remains with them for the duration of their enrollment on campus. The school counselor is a resource to support all students in the areas of personal/social development, academic progress, and college and career goals. School Counselors work to support students and help them access resources for effective communication skills; balancing academic, extracurricular, and personal responsibility; and identifying personal strengths, values, and challenges to support a successful high school experience. School Counselors help students navigate high school as well as help them with post-high school plans. The School Counseling Program offers a variety of topics and grade-specific informational evening programs for parents/caregivers during the year.
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