Mission Statement: St. Ursula Academy school counselors work in the best interest of each student in cooperation with the St. Ursuline core values. School counselors help develop the full potential of each student including spiritual, intellectual, physical, and emotional well-being. We follow the academic, personal/social, and career standards as outlined by the American School Counseling Association (ASCA) National Model. Counselors help each student achieve her potential through classroom guidance, individual meetings, interventions, and collaboration with the student, parents, faculty, staff, and administration.
Carmelita Crocker, College Counselor
Jane Hoffman, MA, LPSC
Grades 6 - 12 (A-K)
Jackie Moore, Registrar
Wendy Vischer, MA, LPSC
Grades 6 - 12 (L-Z)
Student support includes individual, group, and classroom guidance in the following arenas:
Academic Development - Each student’s progress, interests, abilities, and achievements are monitored through the school counseling department with course scheduling, graduation requirements, referrals to the Learning Commons, standardized testing (Aspire, PSAT, OGT’S, and AP’s) and collaboration with parents, teachers, tutors, administration, and staff.
Career Development – Opportunities to explore careers begins freshmen year when students take the ASPIRE test (academic and career assessment). Other opportunities include:
- Naviance Career Interest surveys
- Career Exploration Experience
- Summer Enrichment programs – in Naviance
Personal/Social Development – Counseling and resources are provided for, but not limited to peer relationships, grief, leadership opportunities, test anxiety and stress. Check out Youth Pages - A resource for Toledo teens.
Students and parents can contact counselors by phone or email.
The Counseling Center is located in the Iott Center on the third floor.