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NFHS Comprehensive School Counseling Program

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Josh Owens

on 12 September 2013

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Transcript of NFHS Comprehensive School Counseling Program

Program Reflection
Thank you to NFHS administration and faculty for their support of our counseling program.
Application due October 15th and results due in spring.
Only sixteen high schools in the state of Georgia have been recognized since 2003.
North Forsyth High School
Comprehensive School Counseling Program

Organizational assessments and program management tools
Annual Agreement
Advisory Council
Use of Data (School Profile and Program Results)
Action Plans
Lesson Plans
Method of implementation to students
Direct student services (80% or more of time)
Indirect student services (20% or less of time)
Data Analysis informs program decisions.
Program Results Reports
Evaluation and Improvement
Program Results
Core Curriculum Results Report
Small Group Results Report
Closing the Gap Results Report
American School Counselor Association (ASCA)
Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP)
How are students different because of what we do?

Program Focus
Vision Statement
Mission Statement
Program Goals
Aligns with Forsyth County Schools and North Forsyth High School
Program Goals
Goal One
- Students participating in dual enrollment will increase by 5%.

Goal Two - Pass rate a for group failing Math II students will increase by 10%.

Goal Three - Pass rate for a select group of retained freshman will increase 42%.
Student and Professional Competencies
ASCA Student Standards
Academic, Career, Personal/Social
ASCA School Counselor Competencies
ASCA Ethical Standards for School Counselors
Direct Student Services
School Counseling Core Curriculum
Individual Student Planning
Responsive services (includes small groups)
Indirect Student Services
Referrals for school and community resources
Consultation with parents, teachers, other educators, and community
Curriculum Results Report
Goal - Increase Dual Enrollment by 5%
Rationale - under-utilized, expands course offerings, measured in CCRPI, helps students transition and complete college, financially and academically good for students.
Classroom Guidance with all freshmen and sophomores and individual conferences with all juniors.
Other factors: Lanier Tech and UNG Information Night and United Way transportation
34% overall increase in dual enrollment.
ACCEL - 81% increase
Possible future growth as it becomes a part of school culture and freshman and sophomores become upper-classmen.
Small Group Results
Goal - Increase pass rate for retained freshman by

Rationale: on
time graduation
, at risk for droppin
g out
, aggressive goal to get students back on grade level.
Small group meetings at least four times throughout the year.
3 groups focused on academic achievement, college and career goals, and one focused on personal/social.
Other factors: part of a Study Skills and credit recovery program with Graduation Coach.
Increased pass rate of 9.5%
Positive movement, Data informs future small group interventions, challenges with scheduling.
Closing the Gap Results
Goal - Increase pass rate for failing Math II students by 10%.
Rationale: Math II typically has a higher failure rate, class of 2015 needs 4 math credits for graduation and college admissions, peer tutoring can be a successful intervention according to research.
Failing students were paired with a peer tutor and met during Instructional Focus throughout the year.
The pass rate for students in the peer tutoring program increased from 0% to 53%.
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