The mission of the Immaculate Conception school counseling program – Through a robust collaboration with our educators, parents/guardians, donors, and the community – Is to advocate for equity, access and success of every student by providing comprehensive, developmental counseling programs that address the academic, career and personal/social development of all students that empowers students to reach their full potential academically, spiritually, intellectually, physically, socially, and morally.
The primary objective of the Guidance Program to serve each students in his/her development to establish within himself/herself constancy toward Christian living. It is also meant to facilitate the pupil-teacher interaction by making available necessary information about the student. The guidance personnel collect and analyze student data in order to identify common problems and to promote solutions; counsel individuals and groups of students in light of identified problems. Guidance personnel work with new students to provide the best possible adjustments to high school life.
Guidance personnel keep records, process progress reports, report cards and work with parents and teachers so these records are understood and used appropriately to advance student progress. College counseling services include College Workshop classes in junior and senior year; individual college counseling, working with students through the application process and providing both in-school and out of school avenues to meet with college representatives.