The School Counseling and Admissions Department is located on the first floor of the building, Room A-122. Counselors are on hand to assist students with various school and personal problems. A prime function of the counselors is to help students begin a realistic appraisal of their abilities, achievements, interests and values so that they will be better able to make intelligent, personal, occupational and educational decisions.
The School Counseling and Admissions Department has a computerized career guidance program. Here students will find information on careers, colleges, financial aid and scholarship service, day care, jobs, military careers and national trade schools. The School Counseling and Admissions Department maintains a library of catalogs and vocational information for students’ use. These catalogs include those on vocational programs and two- and four-year college brochures. All students are invited to come to the School Counseling and Admissions office with any questions or problems, and they are urged to make frequent use of the many materials here.
Parents are urged to make appointments with the counselor when questions or concerns develop. The guidance secretary will make the necessary arrangements.