The School has a dedicated Counseling Centre to provide personal and group counseling to children.
The School Counselor works directly with students in individual and group counseling sessions as well as in classroom lessons so students may:
Adjust to a new school.
Be successful in school.
Establish effective study skills.
Develop positive feelings about work, family, and society.
Build positive feelings towards self and others.
Develop skills in interacting and communicating with others.
Cope with change in themselves and their surroundings.
Identify and accept their own and others’ strengths and weaknesses.
Recognize the causes and effects of their actions.
Become responsible for their behavior.
Receive crisis intervention when necessary.
Our School Counselor helps students become motivated learners and encourages them to discuss concerns with their parents or guardians. When students work through their social and emotional issues with the help of their parents or guardians and the counselor, they are able to devote attention and energy to the intellectual tasks at school.