School Counseling and College Matriculation
The School Counseling program is rooted in the mission and vision of Clearwater Central Catholic High School – committed to educating the whole person with “minds for truth, hearts for love, and hands for service”. Our school counselors work closely with students to help them meet the academic and personal challenges of high school, identify their own strengths and weaknesses, and make sound decisions about their futures. Students work with the same school counselor throughout their four years at CCC. Counselors meet with them individually and in group guidance sessions tailored for each grade level.
Our school counselors help develop the student’s individuality and provide services that improve personal, social, spiritual, and educational skills. Students will grow in self-knowledge, self-acceptance, self-management, problem-solving, decision-making, proper communication, college course planning, and interpersonal skills.
School Counseling Goals
Upon the completion of his or her course of studies, the Clearwater Central Catholic High School graduate will be able to:
- Assess God’s gift within each person
- Achieve maximum academic success
- Explore occupations and careers that complement our giftedness
- Identify college majors associated with various career options
- Research colleges that offer those majors
- Obtain admission to desired colleges
FACTS Family Portal
FACTS is the online tool that helps to create an interactive connection between home and school. It is an interactive web Portal that integrates seamlessly with our student information system. This Portal provides a unified interface for teachers, parents and students to communicate and access grade and attendance information. Teachers are able to instantly share student data as they enter it and interact with parents all in a secure environment.
Family Connection from Naviance enables students to sign up for college information sessions from home or college visits to our campus, receive updates from the counseling office, be a part of learning style inventories, take career and personality profiles, respond to surveys from School Counseling(on bullying, transition to high school, college plans), link to other web-based resources, and much more. Access to this program is password protected.
Standardized Testing Information for College Admission
Registration deadlines for these tests are typically 4 to 5 weeks before the test date, with a late registration deadline typically 3 weeks before the test date. Visit the ACT website and the CollegeBoard website for registration information.
Visits by College Representatives
Students and parents will be informed about dates and times that college Representatives will be on the CCC campus. Students sign up through Naviance to meet with college representative in the School Counseling Office.
The Diocese of St. Petersburg
Safe Environment Program for Children & Youth
High School Parent Orientation Program