Guidance Counselors are available school days from 6:45 am until 2:45 pm.
CFAA Counselor, Guidance Chair, Counselor for last names starting with A; main email@example.com
Guidance Counselor for last name Fa to La; Main Campus
Guidance Counselor for last name Ba to Ev; Main Campusavis.firstname.lastname@example.org
Guidance Counselor for last name Ro - Z; Main Campus
Guidance Counselor for last name Le - Ri; Main Campusmia.email@example.com
Student Success Coach
Transitioning to High School
High School presents students with a variety of new opportunities and challenges. High schools are usually larger in size and students often find that the coursework is more difficult. High school students also find that they are expected to be more independent, more focused, and more responsible.
For the first time, students are taking courses that earn credits towards graduation. The grades they earn in their courses are also more important. High school grades will help determine the kinds of jobs they can get and the colleges they will be able to get into.
Most students feel excited and a little apprehensive as they start high school. Student’s will wonder if they will fit in, if they will like their teachers, and if they will be able to succeed in the courses they are taking. During this transition period it is important to keep the lines of communication open. Talk with your children and listen to what they say.