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Counseling

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Elementary Program

The Elementary School is the foundation of each student's school years.  Elementary Counseling Services supports students, parents, and staff from Pre-K to Grade 4 by offering small group and one on one meetings with students to address specific concerns, in class Guidance lessons and activities, and consultation with parents, teaches, and administration.  It is our aim that students begin school building a sense of self confidence and experiencing the joy of learning in a nurturing and supportive environment.  The ES Counseling program provides a comprehensive guidance program which addresses the academic, career, and personal/social development of all students.

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Middle School Program

Tell me and I'll forget; show me and I may remember; involve me and I'll understand.

We hope this is a helpful introduction to the Counseling Program at AIS Middle School and the support that we offer students. As we work with you and your child, please be assured that we are bound by the Code of Ethics of Student Rights and Expectations that we have developed here at the school.  

Helping children meet their fullest potential is a combined effort of school and home.

If we can be of service, please contact the Middle School office to make an appointment. We look forward to working with you.  Please note that counseling in the school setting is brief in nature. the school counselor can assist you in coordinating a referral to a community agency if further or more intensive therapy if indicated or desired.

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High School Program

Counselors Can help You!

  • Decide which classes you want and need to take.
  • By listening to your thoughts and feelings, in a confidential setting.
  • By helping you get through difficulties with parents, teachers, and friends.
  • Meet with you and your teacher, as a neutral third party, when there are problems
  • Determine the best type of college for YOU.
  • Schedule and prepare for college entrance exams (SAT I, SAT II, TOEFL, ILETS)
  • Get through the college and scholarship application process.
  • Arrange to meet with admissions representatives through college visits.

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