The foundation for the instruction of life skills meets the American School Counselor Association national model in the domains of: Academic Development, Career Development, and Personal/Social Development.
Personal, social and academic counseling are available during the school day. It should be noted that individual counseling is not therapeutic in nature, as it is beyond the role of the professional school counselor to conduct in-depth, on-going individual sessions. Sessions are kept confidential except when students discloses that they are being hurt, are hurting someone else, or want to hurt themselves.
Students may attend counseling with groups of students who have common interests or concerns. Counselors receive referrals from parents, teachers, and administrators. These groups may include, but are not limited to the following: Peer Relations, New Comers, Social Skills, Anger Management, Self-Esteem, and Study/Organizational Skills.
Counselors respond to the needs of students, staff and community in times of crisis/emergency.