Individual Student Planning
Students will create an Individual Career and Academic Plan to assist in educational and career planning. Relevant information is given about course selection, existing programs, and career education. This service helps students achieve academic success through the development of short-term and long-range educational and career plans.
School Counseling Curriculum
Classroom presentations help students learn coping, career-planning, decision-making, and future-planning skills. Curriculum is delivered to support students' academic, career and social/emotional needs.
Counselors will be involved in programs that help support the school counseling department and other school programs.
Individual and small group counseling, consultation, and referral. These services help students with personal goals, concerns, and educational processes.
Our Agency Counseling Directory is available for parents interested in finding outside counseling services for their student. See Mental Health Directory.
See the Guidance Secretary or your School Counselor for your eSchool Login and Password Info.
Counselors assist in the coordination and administration of group testing as well as interpreting scores and making educational recommendations to the students, parents, and teachers. The following are the list of tests given each year
- Grade 9 ACT ASPIRE Test
- Grade 10 PSAT Test
- Grade 12 ASVAB - a military entrance exam
- Grades 11 and 12 ACT/SAT Test - a college entrance exam
- Grades 11 and 12 AP comprehensive test in AP courses
- End of Course Exams Algebra I, Biology, English 10, Government
WHS Programs Organized Through The Guidance Department
- 8th grade parent night
- 10th grade Career Exploration at Waynesville Career Center
- College Career Night for Juniors and Seniors
- Senior Parent Night
- Financial Aid In-service for Senior Parents
- Honor's Night - A Senior recognition program for those who have received awards and/or scholarships