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Guidance Curriculum

The primary goal of the guidance curriculum is to promote, enhance, and personalize student learning through three broad and interrelated standard areas of student development. (See Guidance Standards)

At the sixth grade level the focus is on the development and practice of skills required for school success, such as study skills, understanding their learning style, organizational skills and team work. 

At the seventh grade level the focus is on recognizing, understanding and utilizing effective coping strategies, conflict resolution skills, diversity, and anti-bullying techniques. 

During the eighth grade the focus is on considering their future career and post-secondary plans; students learn about their interests, complete applications, research post secondary education options and career interests, and practice interviews.