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How can a School Counselor support students academically?

  •  Create an individual four-year plan/credit recovery plan.
  • Registration and scheduling of classes.
  • Academic counseling for course selection, improving grades, and general academic success strategies.
  • Credit recovery, preparing for and applying to college, and referrals to alternative education programs.
  • Presentations are made to seniors regarding college applications, testing for college entrance, financial aid, and scholarships.
  • Presentations are made to junior students regarding post-secondary education options and testing for college admittance.
  • Presentations are made to sophomores regarding college planning, high school graduation requirements, and career planning.
  • Presentations are made to freshmen to introduce them to available campus resources, high school graduation requirements and college admission requirements.
  • Counselors act as a liaison for students and parents to teachers.
  • NCAA Clearinghouse information for athletes.
  • Local scholarship bulletin and websites for national scholarship searches.
  • Liaison to Career Technical Education (CTE).
  • Meetings with English Language Learners to discuss the redesignation process and support a successful academic experience.
  • Transcript review for completion of high school requirements and admission to the University of California, California State University, Riverside Community College, trade schools, and the military.
  • Post-secondary educational counseling.
  • Assist students with college applications.
  • Arranging parent and teacher conferences & Student Support Team Meetings.
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