Career Education - Each student takes part in a wide variety of career awareness activities and developmental classroom sessions. A regular schedule of classroom visitations devoted to these career activities is in effect for grades 6-12. The high school counselor also assists career and college planning for after high school.
Academic Counseling - This is provided on a regular basis. Students receive counseling regarding course selection, scheduling, academic planning, and study skills. In the high school, deficiency notices are issued every 5 weeks and report cards every quarter.
Personal Counseling - This service is available to all students at all times. Students can walk in or make an appointment. Students can be referred by parents, teachers, or can request counseling on their own. Referrals to appropriate agencies are made as deemed necessary.
Substance Abuse Prevention Education and Counseling - Janine Kemp, a substance abuse prevention counselor provides classroom education for 6th graders as well as one-on-one counseling to a small number of students in grades 6-12.
Working Papers - All students between the ages of 14-17 must obtain working papers before beginning employment. These forms can be found in guidance or the main office.
CTY Johns Hopkins - Information on the CTY John’s Hopkins Talent Search Program
State Testing - Information for parents on the New York Statewide Testing in English/Language Arts and Math
Careerzone - A career search database
Volunteering Ideas - Different ideas of how to volunteer in the community
Bullying - Information on bullying for students and parents
Body Image - Information on eating disorders and body image
Depression - Information about depression in teens
Healthy Relationships - Information about healthy vs. unhealthy relationships
Gossip - Information about gossiping and rumors
Self-Injurious Behavior - Information on self-harm
Teenagers Today - Information for parents about different issues facing teenagers