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School Counseling

School Counseling Services

At the beginning of the ninth grade, each student is assigned to a counselor who will work individually with him or her for the time that they remain in high school. Conferences between the student and the counselor usually take place during study periods and occur as frequently as may be necessary. The following are items a student may want to discuss with his or her counselor:

  • Difficulties with school subjects
  • School-related problems
  • Self-evaluation of abilities
  • Interests
  • Personal strengths
  • Academic strengths
  • Selection of courses and studies
  • Vocational and/or career planning
  • Post-graduation planning
  • College planning
  • Personal problems


Parents are always welcome to contact the School Counseling Office to discuss their son's or daughter’s future or any problem of mutual interest. Click here for contact information or to schedule an appointment. 

 

Academic Support:

Track your academic progress by frequently checking:

  • ASPEN
  • Google Classroom
  • Vernon Schools Email

Students are encouraged to seek out extra help from their academic teachers:

  • Before/After school
  • During Rock Block

Helpful Brief Videos:

Financial Aid Power Point Presentations 2020

     RHS Presentation

     UCONN Presentation

Social Emotional Family Support:

Please know that you can contact your school counselor, a school social worker, or school psychologist for additional community resources.