The guidance office aims to help students gain a better understanding of self and others, achieve self-direction, make realistic choices, and develop into mature individuals, able to make significant contributions in a community of diverse cultures.
- Implement a client-centered, need-focused, and quality guidance program through qualified guidance professionals.
- Utilize the six developmental services.
- Operate within the standards and ideals of the school.
- Guidance and Counseling
Guidance Personnel Duties and Responsibilities
Guidance Services In-charge:
- Develop students’ career awareness. (Placement)
- Assist students in identifying their skills and abilities. (Testing)
- Provide direct guidance and counseling services to students individually or in groups. (Counseling)
- Facilitate referrals to outside agencies. (Referral)
- Follow-up students at risk. (Follow-up)
- Manage and update students' individual inventory records. (Records)
Student Formation In-charge:
- Organize, conduct and/or facilitate trainings and activities for student values formation and/or moral development.
- Interview and investigate students with disciplinary cases.
- Record and collate data and/or evidences obtained from interview and/or investigation.
- Communicate results to parents.
- Facilitate proceedings on cases with sanctions.
- Identify and refer students in need of counseling and/or other guidance service to the guidance in-charge.
|Ms. Maria Jaycel Grace O. Celiz||Guidance Counseling Associate|
|Mr. Freddy B. Junsay||Student Formation Officer|
Comprehensive Guidance Program with the following features:
- Evidence-based practice
- Needs Assessment Surveys
- Consistent Evaluation of Activities
- Scheduled group sessions for all students
- Trainings and symposiums per level
- Students are encouraged to visit the guidance office during recess or dismissal to explore personal, social, academic, and career-related concerns.