Our school counselors implement group and individual counseling, academic/college planning, and the delivery of school counseling curriculum. Programming at each grade level is tailored to fit the unique and developmental needs of students at that time.
Our counselors also provide short-term counseling in times of crisis and are trained to identify and respond to student mental health needs. They assist students and families by providing resources and referrals to outside help when necessary.
The counseling department offers:
- Academic advising
- Course/schedule planning
- College/career planning
- Mental health counseling (short-term)
- Crisis intervention and referrals
Dominican offers a wide variety of courses to give a strong educational foundation.
Dominican students are required to complete 26 credits to be eligible for graduation.
AP & Advanced Classes
Dominican offers a total of 23 AP & Advanced classes that help you prepare for education at the next level.
Keep up with your students grades and homework on their power school page.
A guide for what you should start doing each year to prepare for college applications senior year.
Dominican's students go on to attend these prestigious colleges and universities.
All students at Dominican will partake in our 4 year testing program, designed to prepare students to be successful on these assessments.
For Families and College Reps
Important information for families planning for college
Mental Health Counseling
Role of the Counselor
Dominican’s Counseling Department work with each student and family to help navigate the academic, personal, social, and emotional experiences that occur throughout the teenage years.
Counseling is based on a trusting relationship between the school counselor and student, information shared by the student will be kept confidential.
Mental Health Resources
Resources that are available for families in need of support outside of the school day
Meet our Team
freshman, sophomores, international students
Dean of Students