An environment is provided where students are assisted in becoming positive and self-directed learners. The guidance program advocates equal academic and career opportunities for all students and provides the support needed to achieve this goal.
College and Career Guidance Services
- Career guidance is provided through the counselors. Students complete career tests to determine their interests and strengths.
- Using appropriate technology, students are guided to investigate and research colleges and summer programs that will assist them in making decisions about colleges and universities.
- School counselors monitor grades closely to ensure success for all
- Students attend college fairs and college/university visits on campus
- PSAT tests are required for all sophomores and juniors
- SAT guidelines and registration information is provided through the counselor’s office
- At risk students are closely monitored by the counselors. Weekly reports are given to parents to communicate and inform students and parents.
- Mediation and conflict resolution is ongoing. The program is available through teacher, parent or peer request. Individual counseling is also provided as needed.
|Spring of 11th grade:||Take SAT or ACT entrance exam
Register through CollegeBoard for SAT exams
|Summer of 11th grade:||Visit Colleges
Attend Summer Pre- College Program
|Senior year:||Complete at least 60 hours of community service|
|Sign up for rigorous senior courses|
|Revise and check high school credits to meet graduation requirements|
|Prepare a list of colleges and universities|
|Meet with college representatives and attend all college fairs|
|Retake SAT’s and SAT Subject tests if needed|
|If not a US citizen, take the TOEFL exam|
|Complete college applications|
|Request teacher recommendations|