Loyola school counselors offer individual counseling to oversee their students’ growth in academic, personal/social, and college/career domains over the course of four years.
Counselors receive academic ineligibility reports and monitor students grades, consult with teachers as needed, and help students set goals and create four-year academic plans.
School counselors are responsible for responding to the immediate needs of students in crisis, whether due to medical, emotional or personal difficulty. While maintaining our professional obligation to confidentiality, counselors collaborate with parents, faculty, and outside clinicians to best support students during these times.
School counselors introduce long-term college and career planning with students during freshman and sophomore years; they collaborate with college counselors on shared students throughout the college search and application process junior and senior year.