"Your school counselor is a trustworthy person that always has time for you, to listen to you, to understand you, and to help you solve your problems"
- Tamar Sevadjian, School Counselor
Secondary III is an important year for high school students preparing for college and there are so many things to do. Parents and students can work together to ensure that they are on track in preparation for college
Healthy child development is best supported by security and stability across different domains in the child’s life. Key components of that stability include housing, parenting, family dynamics, neighborhood factors, peer influences, and school development.
Executive functioning skills are the processes we use in our brain to accomplish tasks. It’s true that we use a variety of executive functioning skills when completing academic work, but the truth is that these skills are life skills. We use them all the time in daily chores and tasks, from planning a meal to tidying up a room and so much more.