School Counseling

The Xavier School Counseling Department encourages each student to understand his/her unique abilities and tries to foster the growth of the individual. Growth - socially, educationally and personally - causes stress. The School Counseling Department assists the student in coping with the stresses of adolescence. We also encourage each student to formulate educational and career goals and help him/her make steps to reach those goals.  The Xavier School Counseling Department is based on the Wisconsin Comprehensive School Counseling Model and the American School Counseling Association National Model, with specific implementation developed as a cohort of school counselors across the Diocese of Green Bay.  The School Counseling Program is broken down into four main components shown in the chart below: 

Delivery System Components  % of School Counselor Time
School Counseling Curriculum  15%
Individual Student Planning  45%
Responsive Services  25%
System Support  15%
Total  100%  

High School
Comprehensive School Counseling Program

Student Services 
Individual Student
Academic success Academic support Crisis counseling At-risk programming
Career development Attendance/trucancy Individual counseling Consulation, collaboration, teaming
Safety & wellness Course registration Referrals Parent nights
Social & emotional learning Individual advisement - career planning, course selction, PLAN/ACT - PSAT/SAT scholarships Supportive consultant Parent/community outreach
Transitions Individual learning plans Regular education accomodations plans Professional development
  Review of records   Program evaluation
  Student/parent conferences   Program management
  Test interpretation MAP/PLAN/PSAT/ACT   Service Learning
      System & community committees

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