Counselors and support staff can be reached by email, see links at the bottom of this page
Welcome to CEHS School Counseling. We are committed to our students, and help every student to prepare for their academic life and career goals both during and after their high school years. Please read more in our school profile.
During high school, we meet with every student to help them select the classes and schedule that best fits their needs and helps to prepare them for the future. Plans for college and beyond are developed throughout a student's four years. Students are encouraged to visit the office to research and fine tune their plans. Our goal is to help every student identify their interests and reach their potential. For a list of current classes take a look at our Program of Studies. Please review this sample CEHS transcript to assist in planning classes. Classes at the high school change every four days. The rotation schedule, vacations, and half day schedule is available here.
2017 Guidance Parent Programs:
Please attend to learn about academic expectations, personal development and future planning for your student this year.
Some info is appropriate only for parents. Please do not bring your student.
- Grade 9: September 5 - 5:30 pm - Download Handout
- Grade 10: October 2 - 5:30 pm - Download Handout
- Grade 11: September 25 - 5:30 pm - Download Handout
- Grade 12: September 11 - 5:30 pm - Download Handout
- Financial Aid Night: September 18 - 6 pm- Download Handout - Go to Website
- Open House October 2 @ 6:20 pm (following the 10th grade parent night)
College Planning - Each year many college representatives visit our school from September through December. All CEHS seniors are welcome to meet with representatives from colleges that come to the school to present an overview of their programs. Juniors that will not be missing a class may also sign up and attend. To view the schedule of college visits and to sign up to attend, click here to log in to your Naviance account. All students are required to sign up at least one day in advance. If seniors will be missing a class they will need to seek permission to miss the class from their teacher at least one day in advance.
Check here for the scheduled ACT and SAT dates. The links in the "School Counseling" menu above will direct you in your college search, choosing a career and major, researching college financing, preparing for admission tests, applying for college and finding summer programs of interest.