Emotional, social and behavior concerns can interfere with a child’s academic progress. Students experiencing these concerns can be helped and supported by the School counselors. The School counseling program strives to empower students to achieve their personal, social, emotional and academic success. The service work with students, parents and School staff to help all students use their full potential in order to achieve better.
Goals and believes
- Help students balance their personal, social and academic goals.
- Poster a School environment of safety, support and positive learning.
- Enable teachers, parents and administrators to work together for the best interests of the students.
- Create caring individuals who leave the School with the desire to help others and make a difference.
- Every student has the right to be respected and to benefit from the guidance program.
Counseling programs provide education, prevention and intervention services, which are integrated into all aspects of children’s lives. Early identification and intervention of children’s academic and personal/social needs is essential in removing barriers to learning and in promoting academic achievements. Accordingly, the role of a School counselor in the Counseling Department will provide:
1-Student Development (Guidance Classroom)
The student development curriculum promotes knowledge, attitudes, and skills through instruction in three areas: academic achievement, career development, and personal-social growth. It provides guidance content in a systematic way for the purpose of skill development and application of skill learned.
Focused on the immediate needs of individuals and groups, the school counselor uses individual and group counseling, groups, consultation, and crisis intervention to provide proactive and responsive services. Responsive services ensure appropriate and timely responses to academic, career and personal-social concerns and are available to every student. Services are often student initiated through self-referral; teachers, staff, and parents may refer students for assistance.
System support consists of activities that establish, maintain and enhance the total school counseling program as part of the overall educational program. System support can include: Professional Development and Consultation and Collaboration
We believe in the importance of the personal and social development’s student therefore our counseling program aim is to help students in their healthy personal and emotional growth through School and into adulthood.