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Counseling Office Summer Testing Hours 2018




Thursday, July 12th


Career Center (A103)

Tuesday, July 17th


Career Center (A103)

Tuesday, July 24th


Career Center (A103)

Wednesday, August 2nd


Career Center (A103)

Tuesday, August 7th


Career Center (A103)

Thursday, August 16th


Career Center (A103)

Wednesday, August 29th


Career Center (A103)

  • The above Summer Testing Schedule is for students who missed a quarterly exam or need to take a Test For Credit (TFC) exam
  • No appointment is necessary
  • Students can complete more than one exam in a testing window and can attend multiple test dates if necessary
  • If a student is unable to attend any of the above testing dates, the student should arrange another appointment time with their assigned counselor or Ms. Sponsler's online SAT/ACT test preparation courses are totally free! By creating an account you can access a customized course that includes user-friendly tutorials, practice sessions that dynamically adapt to each student's ability level, a vocabulary builder, and more. To enroll, click on the link below.

Financial Aid Presentation - You Can Afford College
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Check Arundel Scholarship Blog or Navanice for Scholarship information

Zaylimar Bocanegra - Bilingual-Community Facilitator

John Henderson

Julie Cochran

Long term sub Laura Martien

Karol Muhammad Luke Wilhelm Anthony Diggs
Henderson Wilhelm
All AVID Students A - Den Deo - Joh Joi-McD and All ESOL Students McE - R
Carly Needel Shafeqah Mordecai Tracey Sponsler    
S - Z Registrar Counseling Secretary  

Misson Statement:

The school counseling team will promote a safe and supportive educational environment, maintain high expectations for all students, counsel in a culturally proficient manner, collaborate with stakeholders, and advocate for students in order to shape them into productive members of their local and global communities.

Role of the Arundel Counselors:

School Counselors support the developmental and academic needs of students. Counselors collaborate with school staff, administration and the parent community to ensure the integration and alignment of the school counseling program with the mission of the school. School counselors deliver prevention and intervention services that support the academic advocacy, classroom/group guidance lessons, individual student planning, staff and parent consultation, school program support and crisis response.

What do Arundel Counselors do?

Counselors meet with student in large groups, small groups, and individually to implement the counseling program by providing:

  • Academic Planning
  • Organizational, study, and test-taking skills
  • Academic support interventions
  • Transition planning
  • Post-secondary planning and the college application process
  • Career planning
  • Coping strategies
  • Peer relationships and effective social skills
  • Commendation, problem-solving, decision making, and conflict resolution
  • Multicultural/diversity awareness
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Counselors collaborate and consult with parents to address:
    • Academic planning and support
    • Post-secondary planning
    • School-to-parent communications/concerns
    • Referral process
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