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School Counseling is a developmental process in which the counselor provides a student or group of students with guidance and encouragement, as well as challenge and inspiration in creatively managing and resolving practical and personal issues in order to help the students achieve their goals. School counselors focus on three main domains: Academic, Career/College, and Social-Emotional.

School counselors provide:

School Counseling Curriculum

  • Academic skills support
  • Organizational, study, and test-taking skills
  • Education in understanding self and others
  • Coping strategies
  • Peer relationships and effective social skills
  • Communication, problem-solving, decision-making, and conflict resolution
  • Career awareness, exploration, and planning
  • Substance abuse education
  • Multicultural/diversity awareness

Individual Student Planning

  • Goal-setting / decision-making
  • Academic planning
  • Career planning
  • Education in understanding of self, including strengths and weaknesses
  • Transition planning

Responsive Services

  • Individual and small group counseling
  • Individual / family / school crisis intervention
  • Peer facilitation
  • Consultation / collaboration
  • Referrals

System Support

  • Professional development
  • Consultation, collaboration, and teaming
  • Program management and operation
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All Tincher Tigers are goal-oriented, lifelong learners, poised to achieve their maximum potential and contribute to their community. They are responsible, thoughtful, and empathetic leaders in a diverse society, possessing the social-emotional and self-management skills to be resilient through life’s challenges.


The mission of the School Counselor is to advocate for all Tincher Tigers through the implementation of an equitable and accessible learning environment in collaboration with all stakeholders. Through a data-driven school counseling program, all Tigers will develop the skills and attitudes necessary for building strong self-efficacy, responsibility to oneself and others, and achievement of current and future goals.