College & Career Counseling


Our comprehensive Career and College Counseling Program ensures the development of a cohesive plan that prepares students for college and beyond and begins as soon as they enter ninth grade. Students work in small groups during their freshman year and starting in sophomore year, meet individually once a week with our College and Career Counselor, who guides students in identifying their interests, learning styles and abilities and how these relate to college majors and careers.

Throughout their high school career, students are assessed using formal and informal career and vocational testing for the purpose of post secondary exploration which helps students to better understand themselves and their personal learning style. Assessments include the Meyers Briggs Type Indicator®  (MBTI®), the world’s most widely used personality assessment.

The College Counseling process focuses on the following:

  • Identification of Social, Academic and Emotional Strengths

  • Individualized Creation of a Post Secondary Pathway

  • Exploration of Personal and Academic Interests

  • Individual and Small Group Counseling

  • Life Skills Assessments

  • Standardized Testing Preparation and Planning

  • College Application Assistance

  • Course Selection and Academic Planning for High School and Beyond

  • Executive Functions, Time Management, Organization, Study Skills