Why See a School Counselor?
What a student says in the counseling office, stays in the counseling office...
Counselors develop confidential relationships with students to help them resolve &/or cope with problems & developmental concerns. Counseling sessions are kept confidential except when students disclose that they are being hurt, are hurting someone else, or want to hurt themselves.
How Does a Student See a Counselor?
How Does a Parent See a Counselor?
School counselors are available by appointment to assist parents with concerns regarding their students. Parents can call at any time to schedule a phone conference, or to set up a time for an in person meeting.
To empower all students to become productive, contributing, and responsible members of society by preparing them academically and socially through a comprehensive, developmental counseling program that maximizes students’ unique potentials and strengths, while maintaining personal individuality and ensuring equity for all students.
To promote self-knowledge and empower students to become active, life long learners who desire to reach their own individual excellence through genuine self-exploration, so that each student may succeed in reaching their life long goals.