School Counseling

Bishop Hartley’s School Counseling Departments consists of four full-time counselors. Each student at Bishop Hartley is assigned a School Counselor, with whom they work with for the duration of their high school career. This continuity allows for the counselor to get to know the students and their interests.
With a student to counselor ratio of 252:1, our Comprehensive School Counseling program is structured to serve students in academic, social, emotional, and vocational capacities. Over the years, classroom developmental curriculum has included college and career assessments and research, a mental health support program through Nationwide Children’s Hospital, and a Freshmen Focus program to help our students transition into high school, just to name a few. The counselors meet one-on-one with students to discuss strategies for becoming more successful in their educational experience.

School Counseling Staff

Chief Duties

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  • 1. Provide personal, academic and career counseling

  • 2. Provide guidance in the selection of courses

  • 3. Organize and interpret the testing program

  • 4. Arrange for tutoring when needed (T.E.A.C.H.)

  • 5. Make schedule adjustments when necessary

  • 6. Assist students in applying for leadership conferences

  • 7. Assist students in applying for summer programs

  • 8. Assist student in applying to colleges/universities, apprenticeship programs and/or the military

School Counseling Resources

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