Counseling

The Divine Child High School Counseling Department provides our students with effective academic, college, career, and personal counseling. We are here to help you navigate successfully through your high school career.

Students are assigned counselors by alphabet and remain with the same counselor throughout their four years. This system allows for a more meaningful relationship between students and counselors and also makes for more effective recommendations when it comes to college application or other post-high school plans. Be sure to use the resources your counselor will make available to you and never hesitate to contact your counselor for help with any problem.

"Mental health is as important as physical health to a child’s quality of life and impacts their learning, development, and success in school."

MISSION STATEMENT | Divine Child High School Counseling Department is to promote and enhance student success through, guidance, counseling, advocacy, and collaboration with parents, teachers, administrators and community partners. Every student will acquire the academic, career, and personal/social skills to reach their fullest potential and successfully manage their lives as healthy, responsible, competent and productive citizens who respect themselves and others. Markers of student success include academic achievement, positive behavior, strong character, career and college readiness, and resiliency.

Counselors

Lauren Post

Lauren Post

Counselor, Grades 9-12, Last Names O-Z
Marlene Bodary

Marlene Bodary

College and Career Counselor
Leslie Rohr

Leslie Rohr

Christopher Lueck

Christopher Lueck

Counselor
Lisa Neale

Lisa Neale

Counselor, Grades 9-12, Names G-N