High School Counseling
Fall 2017 Midwest College Tour October 1st -7th
Announcing the 2017 Fall College Tour, Schools of the Midwest!
From October 1st to 7th, 2017, Chaminade Counseling will be hosting a tour of colleges traveling through Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and Wisconsin! This is an exceptional opportunity for students to see and experience some of the best colleges in the country, all in the same week!
Expected stops include the University of Michigan, the University of Dayton, Indiana University – Bloomington, the University of Notre Dame, Northwestern University, the University of Wisconsin, and more!
Early bird pricing for the tour is $2,099! This includes airfare, tour bus, hotel (2 students per room), daily food allowance, and event admission. The tour is open to “rising” sophomores, juniors, and seniors.
Register by May 1st at midnight to secure your spot at the current price! Please contact your counselor for more information.
Click here to register and use Tour Code: 17TA11304
Case Studies Night - March 23, 2017
On Thursday, March 23rd, Chaminade, in conjunction with other local Catholic high schools, will be hosting a Case Studies Night here at Chaminade. This event is for Juniors only. This evening is intended to provide Juniors with the opportunity to sit with college admissions officers and review actual applications, experiencing firsthand what goes into making admission decisions. Juniors may bring up to one parent but can also participate on their own.
Because families from several high schools will be participating in the Case Studies Night, Chaminade is limited to a total of 150 individual spots. To cover expenses, a $10.00 fee per participant (student and/or parent) will be charged. Juniors, to participate in Case Studies please stop by the Counseling Office beginning Wednesday, March 1st, to pay the required fee (check or cash) and pick up the materials. We do not take “reservations” by phone or email and spots will be sold on a first come, first served basis.
Colleges and Universities attending Case Studies:
|Arizona State University
|California Lutheran University
||Sarah Lawrence University
||Southern Methodist University
||The George Washington University
||University of Redlands
||University of Colorado Boulder
||University of La Verne
||University of Michigan
|Loyola University Chigaco
||University of Portland
|Loyola University New Orleans
||University of San Francisco
||University of Southern California
|Miami University of Ohio
|Mount St. Mary's University, Los Angeles
||Plus a few more . . .
The Counseling Department's goals and objectives are to provide needed services to all students and to utilize community resources in helping students solve problems, further their education, and make realistic plans for the future. This is done through individual and small group counseling. Each student should have a minimum of one counseling session during each semester, but counselors are available to students and parents as often as necessary.