School Counseling

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Click here for the 2019-20 Course Description Guide

The staff members of the High School Counseling Office give students resources for success in their academic program, and help them navigate their individual paths to post-secondary pursuits. Each student and family is given information, assistance, and support that enable them to develop personalized educational and career goals.

Our office is staffed Monday through Friday as noted below:

SCHOOL YEAR: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

SUMMER: 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Naviance Student

Graphic logo for Naviance StudentOur School Counseling Office utilizes Naviance Student to provide resources to our students/families pertaining to school counseling office mailings/documents, upcoming events, a high school course description guide, post-secondary planning (college/career/military), SAT/ACT preparation and registration, scholarship/financial aid information, working papers, and more.

Students

Students create unique usernames/passwords and receive training from school counselors about logging in and using the features of Naviance Student.

Parents/Visitors

Many Naviance Student features can be accessed by logging in as a guest.

Counselor Assignments

Students are assigned to a counselor by last name:

Mr. Akins

  • 9th grade: A-H
  • 10th grade: A-F
  • 11th grade: A-F
  • 12th grade: A-E

Mr. Bombard

  • 9th grade: I-P
  • 10th grade: G-N
  • 11th grade: G-P
  • 12th grade: F-M

Mrs. Tobias

  • 9th grade: Q-Z
  • 10th grade: O-Z
  • 11th grade: Q-Z
  • 12th grade: N-Z

      Working Papers

      For anyone under 18 years of age, working papers are needed for all types of jobs. These papers may be obtained at the Senior High School between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. (3 p.m. in the summer months). Call the High School at 792-6564.