Guidance and Counseling Program
The Guidance Office assumes the responsibility of facilitating the growth and development of students and is responsible for the implementation of policies promoting the student welfare. The aim of the school counseling program is to impart specific skills and learning opportunities in a proactive, preventive manner, ensuring all students can achieve school success through a balance of academic, career, and personal/social development experiences. The comprehensive school guidance and counseling program targets six main areas of development:
- Academic – learning to learn
- Career – learning to work
- Personal/Social – learning to live
- Community Involvement – learning to contribute
- School Activities – learning to participate
- Student Discipline – learning to behave
The Guidance Office addresses two main areas:
The guidance supervises the students’ organizations and their activities inside and outside the school.
The guidance office maintains and provides the atmosphere of peace and safety necessary to the pursuit of knowledge. It also resolves behavioural/disciplinary problems/concerns of the students who belong to the Reach community including, when necessary, the families/guardians/caregivers of those students enrolled.