Counseling and College Advising
The Saint Joseph High School Counselors collaborate with students, parents, teachers, administrators, and the community to ensure students receive appropriate academic planning.
This academic planning includes goal-setting and decision-making in developing four-year plans as freshmen; post-secondary planning and application process via in-classroom presentations and individualized planning; education in self-assessment (learning how to identify strengths and weaknesses); college exploration and career awareness; understanding of organizational, study, and test-taking skills; and development of resumes.
Saint Joseph High School consistently graduates over 99 percent of seniors, with 98 percent of students accepted to four-year universities.
The Class of 2022 reported over $17.1 million in scholarships awarded towards their college education.
of seniors accepted to four-year universities
in scholarships awarded to the Class of 2022
Support Outside the Classroom
Saint Joe Counselors provide additional support to students via:
- Individual and small group counseling crisis intervention
- Peer relationship and effective social skills development
- Problem-solving, decision-making, and conflict resolution
- Substance abuse education and intervention
- Multicultural and diversity awareness
- Resource referrals
Where do Saint Joe graduates matriculate?
A sampling of where our most recent graduates are continuing their academic careers: