Counseling/College and Career Center
What do School Counselors Do?
School Counselors support all students in the areas of academic, social-emotional wellness, and college & career readiness. We provide relationship building, class meetings, individual or group counseling, and/or referral to our Children’s Home Therapists or outside agencies. School counselors collaborate with students, parents, and teachers to ensure the academic success of our students. Counselors at SCPA focus on College and Career Readiness, which includes the college application process, curriculum choices in scheduling courses, meeting graduation requirements, and college awareness and access. This focus looks different in grades 7 through 12 but includes classroom and parent presentations each year as we get to know your child.
SCPA School Counseling Office
Who is my school counselor?
Grades 9-12, Last Names A-L
Grades 9-12, last names M-Z
Grades 7-8, all last names
College and Career Center Coordinator
Please join your grade’s Counseling Schoology Course to receive information and resources for your grade. For more information regarding Schoology access, click here.
More Counseling Resources can be found on the SCPA website under the Student Resources tab.
- College & Career Planning — Programs and Services Year By Year
- Counselor Recommended Tools
- Earn College Credits with College Credit Plus
- Standardized Testing
College Credit Plus
Do you need assistance accessing your child’s PowerSchool account?
Contact Tracey Kirksey, SCPA Registrar: email@example.com
For additional assistance with PowerSchool, Schoology, laptops, or other technology questions, contact Family Technology Support Center: 513-363-0688 or firstname.lastname@example.org
When you receive your application from the college, you may also receive a Secondary School Report Form. Give this form to your counselor with your application. Be certain your name and address, as well as the name of the college, are on the form. For the University of Cincinnati, be certain to indicate the college within the university to which you are applying. REMEMBER: Only transcripts sent from the counselors' office directly to the college are official.