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Career and Counseling

 

The Career and Counseling Center, located in the Student Services Building, is open to all high school students.  Information on four-year plans, course selection, college and career planning is available.  In addition, students experiencing difficulty in various areas may meet with the counselor in a private setting.

 

Personal Counseling

  • Sorting out problems
  • Discussing feelings and needs
  • Exploring options
  • Improving study skills  

Career Counseling

  • Career Interest Inventories
  • Collection of catalogs for many colleges and universities
  • Financial Aid and Scholarships
  • Help with college applications and essays

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Confidentiality

 

Whatever you say will be kept confidential except in the most extreme cases in which there is a threat to yourself or someone else or in cases where you have been harmed.

 

 Referrals

 

 Referrals to various agencies and support teams are made when requested or deemed necessary.

 

Information about children/young adults and the LAW

 

Links

 

NACAC:

http://www.nacacnet.org/studentinfo/Pages/Default.aspx

The National Association for College Admission Counseling. Nearly 13,000 professionals from around the world dedicated to serving students as they make choices about pursuing postsecondary education. Offering extensive resources for students and parents.

College Navigator:

http://nces.ed.gov/collegenavigator/

A resource of the US Department of Education. College Navigator gathers admission, retention, graduation, and financial aid data for every college in the country.

Know How 2 Go:

http://www.knowhow2go.org/

A public service initiative that helps middle and high school students prepare, apply, and pay for college. Sponsored by The American Council on Education, the Lumina Foundation, and the Ad Council.

You Can Go:

http://youcango.collegeboard.org/

A College Board project connecting students with success stories about preparing, applying, and paying for college.

Produced in partnership with Go2College.com

This handbook will answer many questions about college preparation and college the college admissions process. 

 

Online Colleges.net

Parent Support Guide

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