University Schools adheres to the philosophy that the school counseling program is a fundamental part of the total educational process. We built our program on the belief that academic, career, civic, and personal goals are attainable for all students when we integrate it into the total educational experience.
National School Counseling Week February 3–7
Parents, the press, administrators, and the general public often wonder just what it is that school counselors do on a daily basis. Today's school counselors are vital members of the education team. They help all students in the areas of academic achievement, career, and social/emotional development, ensuring today's students become the productive, well-adjusted adults of tomorrow.
National School Counseling Week 2020 (#NSCW2020) is February 3–7. The week, sponsored by the American School Counselor Association (ASCA), highlights the unique contribution of school counselors within U.S. school systems and the tremendous impact they can have in helping students achieve school success and plan for a career. Take a moment to thank your local school counselor(s). Follow #NSCW2020 on social media. To learn more about National School Counseling Week, visit the American School Counselor Association website.
Adapted from the American School Counselor Association website.
We offer classroom guidance, small groups, and individual support on an as needed basis. Reasons to see the school counselor could include schoolwork challenges, friendship, conflict resolution, change or loss, problem solving, family transitions, and making good choices.
Elementary Counselor, Grades K–3
Middle and High School
We offer individual support on an as needed basis. Reasons to see the school counselor could include academic planning, relationships, planning for your future, family issues, problems with other students, and finding community resources to help with a variety of needs.
Middle School Counselor
High School Counselor (Last names A–J )
High School Counselor (Last names K–Z)