Welcome to the Guidance Office at St. Hubert High School!
Mrs. Jessica Cunningham: PA Certified Secondary School Counselor
Sr. Mary Flynn, IHM: Guidance Counselor, PA Certified Secondary School Counselor
Sr. Belle Garrett, OSF: Guidance Counselor , PA Certified Secondary School Counselor
Mrs. Kristen Bogart: Shalom/AIM Counselor, PA Certified Elementary/Secondary School Counselor
Mrs. Trisha Teti: CORA Counselor, PA Certified Secondary School Counselor
Mrs. Diane Hutchinson: Guidance Secretary
The Guidance Office is open Monday through Friday, 7:30 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. Counselors are available during the regular school day; please feel free to make an appointment to meet with your daughter's counselor. Call the office with any questions at 215-624-6840, extension 238.
The Guidance Department is committed to facilitating academic, emotional and personal growth in every student. This is accomplished through college and career counseling, individual and group counseling for various personal issues, classroom guidance presentations and college and financial aid information nights for parents.
St. Hubert is proud of our Peer Mediation Program which trains students in conflict resolution skills. Students can then serve as mediators for any conflicts that might arise within the school setting.
CORA Services provides personal and family counseling as well as a Peer Helper program and classroom presentations. SHALOM provides personal counseling and drug and alcohol prevention, intervention and education.
Follow these links for important information for:
The National High School Athletic Coaches Association (NHSACA) is pleased to present a solution to the difficult process of tracking NCAA core course requirements. The NHSACA has endorsed the Clearinghouse Calculator (www.clearinghousecalculator.org ), an innovative, web-based service that provides a quick and easy solution to calculate core course GPA and better educate our young student-athletes, as well as their parents/guardians, about NCAA initial-eligibility guidelines.
My College QuickStart is an easy-to-use, online, personalized college and career planning kit available free of charge to all students who take the PSAT/MNSQT. This useful tool incorporates student responses that were provided when they took the test, and it presents their data back to them in four main parts: My Online Score Report, My SAT Study Plan, My College Matches, and My Major & Career Matches. My College QuickStart for 2013 test-takers is now available at www.collegeboard.com. Access is available using the access code printed on the student's paper score report and the tool can be utilized throughout high school.
Making College Financial Planning Count
By visiting Making College Financial Planning Count online, you will have an opportunity to start developing your personal college funding strategy. This free resource provides an interactive overview of the college funding process including information about the FAFSA, the types of financial aid available, and more. You will also have access to the electronic College FundPath Worksheet, which allows families to customize their college funding strategy. You can learn at your own pace, and you will also be able to save, update and print your personal plan any time you like. Visit Making College Financial Planning Count at www.elearning.makingitcount.com.
Camp Erin-Philadelphia is a weekend overnight camp for children who have experienced the death of a significant person in their life (parent, sibling, other family member, frient). It combines traditional, fun, high-energ camp activities with grief education and support. At Camp Erin-Philadelphia, each camper has the opportunity to remember their loved one, develop grief skills and enjoy a positive camp experience. Camp Erin-Philadelphia is staffed by licensed counselors/social workers and trained volunteers. The Camp will be held May 18-20, 2012 at Diamond Ridge Camps in Jamison, PA. Tio obtain an application, visit www.pennmedicine.org/camperin.
COMFORT ZONE CAMP
Comfort Zone holds free weekend camps for kids ages 7-17, and young adults, 19-23, who have experienced thedeath of a parent, sibling, or primary caregiver. They are an 11 year old national non-profit that holds camps year-round in CA, MA, NJ and VA. Comfort Zone Camp provides grieving children a place to share stories and feelings, validation from peers, opportunities to say goodbye and remember loved ones, coping tools for after camp, lasting friendships, one-on-one attention from a Big Buddy volunteer and a fun camp environment. To register a child or to volunteer, visit: www.ComfortZoneCamp.org.
The website students need for Naviance is www.connection.naviance.com/sthubert. If this is the first time you are going on this site, you will need to register on the right side of the page. Your registration code was e-mailed to you during the school year. If you do not have your registration code, e-mail Mrs. Cunningham at firstname.lastname@example.org and she will send it to you. Once you have registered, your username is your personal school e-mail and your password is the one you have chosen.
SAT AND ACT INFORMATION:
Go to www.sat.collegeboard.org for information pertaining to test dates and registration for the SATs. Go to www.actstudent.org for information pertaining to test dates and registration for the ACTs.
Come to the guidance office to get applications for working papers.