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:
• Course selection and the scheduling process.
• Exploration of various career options that correlate to their high school curriculum and their personal strengths and interests.
• Exploration of emotional intelligence in order to help them build positive relationships inside and outside of the school environment.
• College search, college application process, financial aid, and scholarship applications.
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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.
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.
The Common Application is a single online college application form used by over 900 colleges and universities.
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Use the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) form to apply for financial aid for college or graduate school.