Carmel Counseling Department
School Counselors are to support students in the three domains of counseling: Academic, College & Career, and Personal/Social. Each Carmel High student is fortunate to be assigned 2 counselors -- an Academic Counselor and a College & Career Counselor -- who will remain that students counselor all 4 years.Academic Counselors & Support StaffClassroom Support, Progress Monitoring, Schedule Changes, Graduation Status, Confidential Concerns, etc.
First Name Last Name Position Assignment Extension Patricia Hunt Academic Counselor Grades: 11 - 12 email@example.com 2765 Yesel Von Ruden Academic Counselor Grades: 9 - 10 firstname.lastname@example.org 2794 Lauren Capano Support Counselor (LCSW) Grades: ALL email@example.com 2785 Linda Galuppo Registrar & Secretary N/A firstname.lastname@example.org 2782College & Career Counselors & Support StaffPost-Secondary Planning, Career Advising & Assessments, Entrance Requirements, Testing (SAT/ACT), Application Support, etc.Contacting Your Counselor
DROP - IN:STUDENTS: Counselors are available for drop-in visits before school, during break or lunch, and after school. Students may not drop-in during class time unless they need immediate attention. Drop-Ins are best for any question or concern that can be addressed quickly.PARENTS: In order to ensure counselors can provide the level of services our students expect and deserve, we ask that parents/guardians please contact your student's counselor directly as opposed to making "drop-in" visit.APPOINTMENTS: If students would like to meet with their Academic Counselor during class time, they should either contact their counselor directly (via email or drop-in) or use either the sign-up sheet outside their office. Your counselor will send a pass from you as soon as they become available.EMAIL: at the addresses above. This method saves you from missing valuable instruction in class, waiting in line, and will generally provide the quickest response to your questions.
Last Modified on March 6, 2018