Secondary Guidance Program

Secondary Guidance Program

The Secondary Guidance Program also assists students as they develop the skills they need to enhance their personal, social, educational, and career development. The scope of the services provided by the secondary counselors includes:

  • orientation
  • information dissemination
  • individual and group counseling
  • placement and scheduling
  • pupil appraisal
  • interpretation of state-mandated assessments
  • identification of students with special abilities or needs
  • parental consultations
  • referrals to outside agencies
  • Other topic activities as the deemed necessary and appropriate

Parents are encouraged to call the counselor for assistance on any matter concerning the students.
Click here to find Intermediate School Counselor contacts.
Click here to find High School Counselor contacts. 

In order to provide an effective guidance program in the secondary schools, the following guidelines have been formulated.

  • The primary focus of the program is directed toward educational guidance with emphasis upon direct contact with both parents and students
  • Conferences with students and parents are encouraged
  • Group guidance directed toward meeting the needs of a specific group of individuals is scheduled in addition to individual conferences
  • Counselors use available data to assist students and parents in planning the educational program


College Information:

Students may secure information regarding scholarships, college selection and admission, college entrance examinations, housing, financial aid, and other college information from the counseling office on each campus.

Educational Guidance:

Each student works closely with his/her guidance counselor to ensure an appropriate course selection for each semester. Guidance counselors also assist students with study skills, time management, and goal setting for both short- and long-term goals. The Texas Education Agency, Division of Communications, has developed a new brochure, Student Guide to Graduation. The brochure is intended for use with parents, students, staff and the community to provide information on The State if Texas Assessments if Academic Readiness (STARR) and Texas High School Graduation requirements. The brochure is appropriate for students in grades 7 – 12. The brochure is currently available in English; Spanish version is under development. To access the English brochure, go to:
https://tea.texas.gov/Student_Testing_and_Accountability/.

Personal Guidance:

Counselors are available for consultation with both student and parent/guardian in areas that affect the student’s personal/social domain of life.

Klein High School Counseling Department
Klein Forest School Counseling Department
Klein Oak High School Counseling Department
Klein Collins High School Counseling Department
Klein Cain High School Counseling Department


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