Academics

Academic Counseling

Guidance Counseling

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  • Middle School

    • Individual counseling and assistance with personal/academic needs for all students grades 6–8
    • Career Day forum with guest/professional speakers
    • Health sessions addressing issues such as bullying, conflict resolution, communication skills, nutrition, stress, abstinence
    • Resources for students with documented learning disabilities provided through school’s accommodations policy
    • Variety of wellness speakers addressing Internet safety, abstinence, alcohol/drug prevention
    • Coordination of student tutoring/study skills sessions
    • Coordination of accommodations meetings including students, parents, faculty
  • Upper School

    • Individual counseling and assistance with personal/academic needs for students grades 9–12
    • Resources for students with documented learning disabilities provided through school’s accommodations program; Cascia follows policy and documentation guidelines as set forth by College Board (PSAT, SAT, AP) as well as ACT
    • Coordination of accommodations meetings including students, parents, faculty
    • Coordination of career internship program for all juniors and seniors during January Minimester session
    • Coordination of PLAN (Pre-ACT), administered to all freshmen in October
    • Coordination of drug testing program for grades 9–12
    • Coordination of Student Assistance Program offered through Laureate Adolescent Outpatient Clinic; allows three free therapy sessions per student, per year

Support Services

Accommodation plans for students are coordinated by the Upper School and Middle School Guidance Counselors. These services are provided to those students who have testing documentation on file. Testing documentation, medical reports, teacher and parent input are all used as sources to form an individual Accommodation Plan for a student.

Questions about accommodations should be addressed to one of the Guidance Counselors:

Upper School, Mrs. Debbie Coleman, 918-746-2607
Middle School, Mrs. Natalie Sullivan, 918-746-2637

Follow this link for information on documentation needed for ACT accommodations.

Follow this link for information on documentation needed for College Board accommodations.
Additional services are available for your student. We offer weekly after-school tutoring, extended library and computer lab hours and teachers are available daily - before school, after school and during break.

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