Below is a general overview of the services that the School Counseling Office provides to Bishop Brady students.
- Hold individual conferences focusing on grade-level appropriate academic and social/emotional issues (i.e., adjustment to high school, post-secondary college/career exploration, college application process, graduation transition, etc.)
- Develop a 4-year BBHS course of study, monitor academic progress and goals, and assist with course registration
- Administer PSAT/SAT and review standardized test results
- Offer classroom presentations on “Freshman-, Sophomore-, Junior-, and Senior-Year” agendas
- Provide academic support throughout the year as needed and make referrals for peer/professional tutoring, if necessary
- Host school-wide Career Day and College Mini Fairs
- Provide beginning-of-the-year academic support orientation sessions
- Offer classroom presentations focusing on college & career exploration and options
- Continue career exploration and begin identifying potential colleges/universities or other post-secondary plans
- Introduce Naviance (college & career readiness software)
- Deepen investigation & hold further conversations about post-secondary college or career plans
- Develop a prospective list of colleges
- Host college process information & Naviance workshops for students and parents
- Hold individual conferences focusing on college applications & the college process or other post-secondary plans
- Review college essays and provide letters of recommendation & transcripts for college applications and scholarships
- Maintain list of scholarships on Naviance
- Host college application & financial aid sessions for students and parents
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Information for current Juniors during the 2020-2021 academic year -- for course selection for the 2021-2022 academic year.
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Information for current Sophomores during the 2020-2021 academic year -- for course selection for the 2021-2022 academic year.
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Information for current Freshman during the 2020-2021 academic year -- for course selection for the 2021-2022 academic year.