The goal of the Monmouth Academy School Counseling Department is to assist all students in areas related to social/emotional development, academic development, and career development. Students are supported in making appropriate choices during their four years of high school in connection to the student’s social/emotional, academic, and career needs. The school counseling department is there to assist with scheduling courses connected to student’s post-secondary plans, providing course and scheduling changes, creating strategies for students who may be experiencing difficulty in a course, searching for and applying to colleges, providing college testing (ie SAT), connecting students with military representatives, apprenticeships, and potential employers. The school counseling department is available to provide students with short-term individual counseling for academic and social/emotional needs such as bullying, anxiety, stress management.. etc. The school counseling department is also able to assist in connecting students to confidential counseling to meet the student’s long-term social/emotional needs through outside providers. The role of the Monmouth Academy School Counseling department is not limited to these functions but also includes many other pieces. Please reach out at any time if you have any questions.
Sarah Knowlton – School Counselor– email@example.com
Pat Amero – School Counselor Office Secretary – firstname.lastname@example.org
If you need a copy of your transcript, please complete the appropriate form listed below:
If you have questions regarding your transcript, please email Mrs. Pat Amero at email@example.com or call Monmouth Academy (207-933-4416) and select the guidance secretary from the voicemail options.
Please provide at least one-week advance notice for a transcript request.
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