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Counseling

Goals

The goal of the Christ the King Counseling Department is that students will develop the skills and disposition needed to identify and process their personal, social, emotional, and academic profiles to navigate their present and future life experiences. The counselors accomplish this by assisting students in the following areas:

Academic Planning

• Course selection and the scheduling process.

Career Planning

• Exploration of various career options that correlate to their high school curriculum and their personal strengths and interests. 

Personal/Social Planning

• Exploration of emotional intelligence in order to help them build positive relationships inside and outside of the school environment. 

Post-Secondary Planning

• College search, college application process, financial aid, and scholarship applications. 

 

Grade-level Programs

College Matriculations (Class of 2020-2023)

University of Alabama
Anderson University
Appalachian State University
Auburn University
Belmont Abbey College
Brunswick Community College
Campbell University
Catawba College
Catholic University of America
Central Florida University
Central Piedmont Community College
Chapman University
Clark Atlanta University
Clemson University
Coastal Carolina University
College of Charleston
University of Colorado - Boulder
Colorado State University
Creighton University
University of Dayton
Drexel University
East Carolina University
East Tennessee University
Elon University
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical
   University
Fairfield University
University of Florida
Florida State University
Fordham University
Franciscan University
Furman University
University of Georgia
High Point University
IMG Academy
James Madison University
Johnson & Wales University
University of Kentucky
Lees McRae College
Liberty University
University of Louisiana - Lafayette
Louisiana State University
Loyola University Chicago
Loyola University Maryland
University of Lynchburg
University of Mary
University of Massachusetts
Mercer University
Methodist University
Miami University
Miami University - Oxford
Middle Tennessee State University
University of Mississippi
Montreat College
Mount St. Mary’s University - LA
UNC Chapel Hill
UNC Charlotte
UNC Greensboro
UNC Wilmington
North Carolina State University
Northeastern University
University of North Georgia
North Greenville University
University of Notre Dame
Ohio State University
Pennsylvania State University
Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas
Queens University of Charlotte
Roanoke College
Rowan-Cabarrus Community College
Savannah College of Art & Design
University of South Carolina
St. Mary’s College
University of Tennessee
University of Tampa
University of Texas
Texas A&M University
United States Navy
U. S. Military Academy at West Point
University of Virginia
Virginia Military Institute
Virginia Tech
Wake Forest University
Walsh University
Washington and Lee University
West Virginia University
Western Carolina University
Western New England University
University of West Florida
Wingate University
Wofford College
University of Wyoming
Xavier University

Our Counselors

Irasema Medrano

Irasema Medrano

Titles: Counselor (last names M-Z)
Email:
Dr. Louis Werder

Dr. Louis Werder

Titles: Counselor (last names A-L)
Email:

Links and Resources

Scoir

Scoir is a software platform works to streamline the college application process of requesting, processing, sending, and tracking the electronic delivery of all application-related documents. Additionally, Scoir assists students in identifying "best fit" colleges aligning with academic, athletic, and social interests thus increasing college retention.

Sign in to Scoir

ACT

Administered by The ACT, the test is offered six times each school year. 

The full ACT consists of four multiple-choice sections—in English, mathematics, reading, and science—with an optional writing section.

REGISTER FOR THE ACT

SAT

Administered by the College Board, the SAT is offered seven times each school year. 

The SAT takes three hours and consists of three tests—reading, writing and language, and math.

REGISTER FOR THE SAT

Common App

The Common Application is a single online college application form used by over 900 colleges and universities.

LINK TO COMMON APP

KhanAcademy Test Prep

 

Test preparation for the SAT.

Khan Academy 

FAFSA

Use the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) form to apply for financial aid for college or graduate school.

FAFSA