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Counseling

School Counseling

An essential component of your student life will be your school counselor. Each student is assigned a counselor who will listen, encourage and provide support. Often, the school counselor is an important liason between Holy Trinity and parents or guardians. Additionally, our juniors and seniors have access to college and career counselors. While getting into college is the next step for every HT student, it is equally important that you choose the college or university right for you.
 
Each Holy Trinity student is assigned a counselor who promotes the academic, personal, career, and social development of that student. The Huw Llewellyn Student Services Center provides a serene atmosphere where students have access to computers to assist with college applications, scholarships, ACT test prep, financial aid, and career opportunities.

Academics

Holy Trinity conducts a yearly all-school testing in the fall. The testing program at Holy Trinity consists of achievement and aptitude tests as well as a career inventory. The results of these tests are communicated to parents/guardians. In addition, students are provided guidance and preparation to register for the appropriate college entrance test.

Holy Trinity is an ACT test center in September, October, December, February and April.

ACT and SAT registration forms and test preparation materials for both tests are available online at act.org and collegeboard.org. The Counseling Center will provide fee waivers for the appropriate test.

Additionally, HT Counselors provide individualized assistance to students regarding academic issues (stress, organization, etc.) and provide referrals to our Resource Learning Center. Counselors communicate with teachers and parents in order to provide the best academic interventions possible.

Social Emotional Development

Holy Trinity counselors assist students one-on-one and in small groups regarding many issues that arise during adolescence including stress, peer relationships, bullying, time management, anger, and depression.