The Counseling Services Department provides support and guidance for students to help develop their full educational potential, including the students’ interests and career objectives, while supporting their immediate personal concerns and social development. The counselor team also supports the efforts of teachers, staff, parents and other members of the community in promoting the educational, career, personal and social development of students.
Beginning with the 2014-15 school year all students entering high school will be on the New State adopted Foundation + Endorsement Graduation Plan. Students who are currently in high school will have the opportunity to change to the new plan or remain on the current Recommended or Distinguished Achievement Program. Please see the course requirements below for the Foundation program and contact any high school counselor for more information.
High School Counseling Webpages
Credit by Exam
A student is permitted to take an exam to earn credit for an academic course(s) for which he/she has not received prior instruction. In order to receive credit through this process, a score of 80% or higher must be achieved on each exam that is taken.
A un estudiante se le permite tomar un examen para recibir crédito para un curso(s) académico para el cual no ha recibido enseñanza previa. Con el fin de recibir el crédito por medio de este proceso, una puntuación de 80% o mayor debe obtenerse en cada examen que se tome.
Information and eligibility regarding Credit by Exam (CBE) without prior instruction is available in the .pdf links below.