Guidance Counselors are available school days from 6:45 am until 2:30 pm.
CFAA School Counselor, School Counselor Chair, School Counselor for last names starting with A; main campus
School Counselor for last name Le - Ri; Main Campus
Student Success Coach
School Counselor for last name B to E; Main Campus
School Counselor for last name Ro - Z; Main Campus
Student Success Coach
PVS: Summer Courses Offerings & Enrollment Procedures
Summer Session: Courses needed but not listed below may be taken through FLVS.
- June 3rd – June 28th (Session 1)
- July 8th – Aug. 2 (Session 2)
Enrollment for Summer – All student Course Request should be complete (approved – parent/counselor) between the time periods below.
- April 1st – no later than May 10th (Session 1)
- June 10th – no later than June 14th (Session 2)
PVS Staff – All students Class Assigned by June 3rd (Session 1) and July 8th (Session 2)
- Session 1 – Activation deadline – June 7th
- Session 2 – Activation deadline – July 12th
- Please obtain the permission slip in the KHS office for PVS courses and complete directions.
Students can only enroll in one 8-week course or two 4-week courses during summer session. Ex. If a student enrolls in an 8-week course they can only earn .5 credits because this course is for the entire summer session. If a student enrolls in a single summer session (Session 1) with an elective course or CR Course, they can enroll in the next summer session (Session 2) with another elective course or CR Course to earn a total of 1 credit.
English, Math, Social Studies and Science courses will be taken over both sessions or 8 weeks for .5 credit due to the length of the course.
English: 8-week course = .5 credits
Math: 8-week course = .5 credits
Electives: These courses can be completed in 4 weeks/single session of summer school. Choose session 1 or 2.
Social Studies: 8-week course = .5 credits
Science: 8-week course = .5 credits
|Credit Recovery Courses|
|The following Credit Recovery Courses are being offered as a single session course (4 weeks) = .5 Credits.|
English 1 CR
English 2 CR
English 3 CR
English 4 CR
Algebra 1 CR
U.S. Gov’t CR
U.S. History CR
World History CR
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.
Schedule changes will only be made if the student’s schedule contains a course that they have already passed, pre-requisites have not been met, to meet a graduation requirement, or if the student has a missing class period on their schedule. Students can receive a Schedule Change Request Form from their first period teacher or the Main Office, if they meet the listed criteria. There will be no schedule changes made without the approval of the student’s guidance counselor.
Contacting a Teacher
If you would like to contact a teacher, you may email them using the staff directory or call them at (863) 499-2655 after 1:40 pm.
Meeting Graduation Requirements
Guidance Counselors make every effort to monitor students’ graduation status and requirements. The graduation requirements for each student depend on the year they entered the ninth grade. It is the student and parent’s responsibility to make sure all requirements are met. Parents and students can track and view their progress online from any computer using the Parent Portal or Student Portal. Kathleen High School also hosts a Graduation Progress Parent Night to educate parents on requirements, scholarships, and career opportunities. Parents and Students may also schedule a conference whenever necessary through the Main Office.
Speaking with a Guidance Counselor
If students wish to speak their Guidance Counselor, they may go down to the main office and fill out a request form. If parents wish to speak their student’s guidance counselor, they can email the guidance counselor or call and leave a message with a secretary.
Scheduling a Conference
Conferences provide an excellent opportunity for parents to both give and receive information. If a parent wishes to schedule a conference with their student’s teachers, they can contact their student’s assigned guidance counselor. Due to teaching schedules, conferences with teachers must be scheduled Monday through Friday, after 2:00 pm.