Academic Advising consists of counselor-directed activities that help all students plan, monitor, and manage learning. Students meet with academic counselors to review academic progress and to plan yearly academic course work. Student with academic difficulties are guided by an academic counselor to seek out tutoring, either by connecting students with peer tutors through NHS/CSF or one-on-one teacher tutoring, incorporate use of time management, and study skills in order to achieve their academic goals. Academic Advising is responsible for the administration of test and interest inventories upon request, i.e. study attitudes, methods and goal setting.
The academic counseling office makes resources available to assist the student by offering information about various summer programs both remedial and enrichment and provides pamphlets on study skills, test anxiety, stress, time management plans, etc.
We are dedicated to helping each student realize her individual educational goals, and work closely with her and her family throughout the process.
9th and 10th grade Academic Counselor: Ms. Bray
11th and 12th grade Academic Counselor: Mrs. Hemmans