Counseling Department Overview
- The Academic/Career Counselor advises students on academic courses and programs, as well as topics related to post-graduation career choices: Scheduling, College in High School, College and Career, Financial Aid, Graduation Requirements, etc.
- The Personal/Social Counselor provides students with short-term intervention services designed to promote positive mental health and help to overcome barriers to student success: Peer Conflicts, Emotional Wellness, Mental Wellness, At-Risk Behaviors, Group Counseling, Individual Counseling, etc.
The mission of the Kiski Area counseling program is to effectively work and collaborate with students, parents, educators, business/community members, and post-secondary organizations to support all students in their academic, career, and social/emotional development. School counselors will assist all students in their unique development as responsible, productive, accountable, and successful citizens. As a result, all students will be prepared to leave Kiski Area ready for post-secondary education and/or the workplace.