Direct Student Services
Direct services are in-person interactions between school counselors and students to facilitate academic success, college and career readiness, and personal/social development and can include the following:
- School counseling core curriculum: This curriculum is delivered through the classroom and consists of structured lessons designed to help students attain the desired competencies and to provide all students with the knowledge, attitudes, and skills appropriate for their developmental level.
- Individual student planning: Counselors coordinate ongoing systemic activities designed to assist students in establishing personal goals and developing future plans.
- Responsive services: Responsive services are activities designed to meet students' immediate needs and concerns. Responsive services may include counseling in individual or small-group settings or crisis response.
Indirect Student Services
Indirect services are interactions with others (families, teachers, administrators, and community agencies) to help support the students in academic, career, and personal/social success.
Every eCADEMY High School student will graduate from high school with a personalized and meaningful post-secondary plan, empowered with the attitudes, skills, and knowledge to succeed and contribute in a globally competitive world.
The mission of the eCADEMY High School counseling program is to support all students through a comprehensive and developmental approach by addressing academic, college/career and personal/social skills necessary to achieve quality learning and lifelong success.
The eCADEMY High School Counseling Program believes…
- All students have dignity, worth, the capacity to learn and have the right to be served by a comprehensive school counseling program which provides academic, college/career, personal and social support.
- All students’ ethnic, cultural differences and special needs are considered in planning and implementing the school-wide program.
- There is a collaborative effort among the school counselors, administration, and teachers to coordinate with parents and the community.
- Data will be used in assessing the needs and the effectiveness of the school counseling program and will drive future program development and evaluation.
- School counselors adhere to ethical standards and regularly participate in professional development activities and abide by the professional school counseling ethics as advocated by American School Counselor Association.