High School Counseling
Welcome to the Clinton High
School Counseling Page
The Mission of the Clinton Community School District's School Counseling Department is to provide students with a comprehensive, developmental guidance and counseling program, centered around an engaging curriculum that encourages the highest level of student achievement through their growth in academic, personal/social and career domains. In partnership with all district educators and a caring community, district school counselors will assist all students to be successful lifelong learners and problem solvers.
Meet the School Counseling Department Staff
Mr. Jeremiah Avise-Rouse Mrs. Suzanne Schrader Mrs. Amanda Steines Mr. Evans Bradley
At-Risk Department Chair Last Names N - Z Last Names A - F
Last Names G - M
Counseling Secretary Registrar
AWARDS RECEIVED BY THE CHS SCHOOL COUNSELING DEPARTMENT
The RAMP (Recognized ASCA Model Program) award:
The RAMP designation, awarded to schools that align with the criteria set in the American School Counseling Association's National Model, recognizes schools that are committed to delivering a comprehensive, data-driven school counseling program in an exemplary educational environment.To date, more that 180 schools nationwide have been designated as RAMP award winners since the program started in 2003. The Clinton High School Counseling Department intially received this award in 2003 and they have qualified for it again in 2012.
The John L. Thompson Award for Excellence in School Counseling:
This award was presented to the department at the 2008 Iowa School Counseling Association's annual conference in November. John L. Thompson was a former school counselor whose family presents an award to a school counselor or program each year in memory of him. The CHS School Counseling Department was awarded this honor for their C.H.A.R.G.E. program which is an acronym for Clinton High's Active Response to Graduating Everyone.
Starting in 2009 the three Iowa Regent Universities (Iowa, Iowa State, and UNI) began using a new admissions tool, the Regent Admission Index (RAI). To learn more about this click on the link above.