Once students enter the high school program (grades 9 and 10), special emphasis is placed on study and career skills, as well as continued monitoring of students’ growth. Students will take a careers course and investigate the current job market as well as take interest inventories to learn which careers may best suit them. Counseling and interviews are available, as well as orientation for new students and transfers.
Students in grades 11 and 12 will find the School Counseling program heavily focused on college placement. This includes dissemination of information and preparation for PSAT, SAT, and ACT exams, college fairs, college interviews, college visits, diagnostic testing, letters of recommendation for college, scholarships, counseling and interviews throughout the year. In the College Prep class, students will write college essays, resumes and fill out the Common Application.
The School Counseling Department is designed so that whether you are a parent or a student, you never have to worry about college preparedness. Setting students up for success in college is built into La Salle’s curriculum to ensure students never miss a deadline or an important step.
La Salle's College Entrance Examination Board (CEEB) Code is 335-615.