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School Counseling

Randolph has hired and retained 13 school counselors. Each is a highly trained student advocate dedicated to the academic, social and emotional growth of all students. In each building and at all levels, the school counselors work closely as a member of the academic team. Each has the unique ability to affect student growth and excellence through:

  • assisting in developing an academic self-concept
  • enhancing feelings of competence and confidence as learners
  • teaching and reinforcing academic and personal motivation
  • enriching communication skills and character values
  • developing partnerships with families, students and staff
  • demonstrating active and consistent support of every student

As our students’ challenges and expectations change, the school counseling program evolves in an effort to provide ongoing support and help our students achieve their fullest potential.

At all levels, our school counselors embrace the relationships they develop with their students and families. Our school counselors understand that knowing students well is essential in helping them achieve academically. Each interaction starts with an understanding that the counseling relationship requires an atmosphere of trust and confidence between student and counselor. Counselors serve in a unique capacity as advocates for students, partners for teachers and liaisons for parents/guardians.

Our Counselors Believe

  • A child’s uniqueness is to be appreciated and respected
  • All students can be successful in our school community and beyond
  • Fostering a positive self-image is a collaborative effort of the school, home and community
  • The diverse needs of all students can be addressed through the school counseling program
  • All students can achieve in our educational program
  • A comprehensive school counseling program is an integral part of the education program
  • A developmentally appropriate school counseling program provides important benefits to individual students by addressing their intellectual, emotional, social, physical and psychological needs