The guidance and counseling program supports the academic, spiritual, and psychological development of each student, with the purpose of developing the ideals described by the Profile of the Graduate at Graduation: Open to Growth, Intellectually Competent, Physically Fit, Loving, Religious and Committed to Working for Justice.
Our counselors work with individual students, in guidance groups, and with parents and educators to strive for the magis in each student. There are two or more counselors dedicated to each grade level.
Jack Fitzsimmons, Director of Counseling
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Jesuit education probes the meaning of human life and is concerned with the total formation of each student as an individual loved by God. The objective of a Jesuit education is to assist in the fullest possible development of all the God-given talents of each individual person as a member of the human community. Resources are provided to current students through RangerNet documents, parent and student meetings, and one-on-one counseling.
Our counselors specifically monitor and provide support to the following topics:
- Anxiety & Depression
- Concussions - Protocols, & Affects
- Physical Health
- Social Media
- Substance Use Education
The Hope Squad is a peer-to-peer support program on campus whose mission is to reduce youth suicide and the stigma of mental illness through education, training, and peer intervention. Students representing all grade levels are part of Hope Squad, which arranges activities throughout the year with the goal of providing ongoing educational opportunities to students, staff, and parents.
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