Enochs High School maintains a comprehensive counseling program that offers a variety of support system for students as they progress through high school.
- Enochs has a well trained counseling staff that is prepared to monitor academic progress toward meeting graduation requirements. Counselors also provide students with support for their academic, personal and social needs.
- Enochs High School also maintains a College and Scholarship Counselor who assists students with college applications, letters of recommendation, and information regarding college entrance exams, financial aid, and scholarships. The college counselor provides classroom presentations and individual appointments for parents and students.
- Parents are encouraged to keep apprised of their student’s progress in classes. PowerSchool is an online tool parents and students can use to monitor grades and attendance. Directions for setting up a Power School account
- Parents may also e-mail teachers for progress updates.
- Counselors make classroom visits during the school year for the purpose of 4-year planning and balloting. During the presentations, counselors review graduation requirements and each student’s transcript, with a focus on meeting post secondary college and career goals.
- After school homework help/tutoring is available to students who need extra assistance in classes. After school homework help/tutoring is free of charge and is available 4 days per week with a credentialed teacher.
- Parent conferences are always available as a support for students and their parents. In addition to meetings with teachers, parents have the opportunity to meet with a counselor at any time to review their student’s progress toward meeting the graduation requirements or other concerns they may have.
- Students who are struggling academically are often referred to the Student Success Team (SST). The team consists of an administrator, teachers, school psychologist, counselor, school nurse, special education teacher, parent and student. The purpose of meeting with the team is to review the student’seducational history, identify the student’s strengths and weaknesses, and develop strategies for success.
- Students who qualify for a 504 plan or an IEP are also provided with an annual meeting to review academic progress, determine educational goals, review modifications and accommodations in education, and ensure that students are educated in the least restrictive environment possible.
- If you have questions regarding the support services available to students, please do not hesitate to contact your student’s counselor at 574-1728