School Counseling

Your School Counselors are here to help you throughout your high school years. They make sure you are placed in the correct courses while still challenging yourself and working toward your personal and academic goals. They are available for students before school, after school, and during lunch hours. Students should not miss class to meet with their School Counselor unless they receive a pass from their teacher. The School Counselors are also available by appointment for students and parents.

Florida Virtual School (FLVS)

Each student graduating in 2018 and thereafter must complete one semester (.5 credit) of an approved online course through Florida Virtual School.

Florida Virtual School Instructions

  • Register online at https://www.flvs.net/.
  • Choose Florida Virtual School NOT Broward Virtual School.
  • Choose “I live in Florida, Broward County" then "Private School” from the drop down menus.
  • Click on the “New Students” tab and follow the instructions.
  • Choose from one of the following courses ONLY:
    • Life Management Skills (Health) – Choose this class ONLY if you have not yet taken Health or are not registered to take Health during the school year.
    • Driver Education/Traffic Safety
    • Career Research and Decision Making
    • Critical Thinking/Study Skills
  • Continue registering by following the instructions and completing the pertinent information. Register for Segment 1 only.
  • When prompted, choose your School Counselor for approval.

Sample Schedule

Freshman YearSophomore YearJunior YearSenior Year
TheologyTheologyTheologyTheology
English IEnglish IIEnglish IIIEnglish IV
MathMathMathMath
Health/Physical FitnessBiologyChemistryPhysical Science
World HistoryElectiveAmerican HistoryGovernment/Economics
World LanguageWorld LanguageElectiveElective


Courses are offered at the College Preparatory, Honors, Advanced Placement, and Dual Enrollment levels.

Students are encouraged to take electives based on their interests and goals. Electives in the core subject areas (Social Science, Physical Science, English, Math, and World Language) are strongly encouraged. Most colleges and universities prefer students take five core academic courses each year.

Naviance

The School Counseling and College Advising department utilizes Naviance, a comprehensive K-12 college and career readiness tool. Each student receives their own Naviance account. Some of our students' favorite Naviance features include:

  • Career Assessments
  • SuperMatch College Search
  • College Lookup
  • College Compare
  • Scattergrams
  • STA College Visit Sign-Up
  • STA Scholarship List
  • Summer Enrichment Programs List
  • National Scholarship Search
  • College List Builder


Tutoring

All Subjects

National Honor Society

Room 207
Tuesdays and Thursdays
2:45-3:30 p.m.
Faculty Moderator: Ms. Deutschmann & Mr. Wardlow

* Tutoring will begin September 4, 2018. *

Languages

Spanish National Honor Society

Room 326
Mondays through Thursdays
2:45-3:15 p.m.
Faculty Moderator: Mrs. Chebat

Junior Classical League (LATIN)

Room 209
By Appointment, before and after school
Faculty Moderator: Mrs. Natiello

Italian National Honor society

Room 108
Wednesdays
2:35-3:15 p.m.
Faculty Moderators: Mrs. Puntillo

French Honor Society

Room 529
By Appointment
Faculty Moderator: Ms. May Basse

Math

MU Alpha Theta

Room 303
Mondays and Wednesdays 2:45-3:15 p.m.
Room 304
Tuesdays & Thursdays 2:45-3:15 p.m.

* Students should also confer with their math teachers about help in their specific course.

Science

SCIENCE National Honor Society

Room 420 (Mr. French)
Wednesdays 2:40-3:30 p.m.
Room 422 (Mrs. Shearer)
Thursdays 7:00-7:50 a.m.

Faculty Moderator: Mr. French & Mrs. Shearer


English/Literature

Room 115
Wednesdays
2:35-3:30
Faculty Moderator: Mrs. Karatal