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Goals of Guidance and Advisement Programs

  • Improve relationships between faculty and students.
  • Allow students to develop a sense of belonging.
  • Promote school as a safe haven for students.
  • Develop a faculty who advocates for students.
  • Develop an informed faculty that understands the relevance of social-emotional development, student resources, high school graduation requirements and today's careers, including new and emerging careers.
  • Monitor Academic progress, attendance and behavioral concerns.
  • Assist students with planning their sequence of courses.
  • Involve parents in their studentís education.
  • Advise students on postsecondary education and careers.
  • Ensure students take a rigorous core curriculum and choose an appropriate career cluster/pathway.
  • Ensure students see relevance between high school curriculum and goals for postsecondary education and the world of work.
  • Provide a collaborative / systemic approach to engage all students.