Grizzly Guidance

Welcome to Tom Glenn High School, Home of the Grizzlies! The Counseling Office doors are always open to parents and students to help meet your needs. Some of the specific services offered by the department are below, but please never hesitate to come to us first if you have a question or need direction. We are here to support you any way we can.
  • ​College and career planning
    • We will meet with your students each year to focus on current goals to keep students on track for success.
  • Academic planning
    • Counselors will meet with each student individually in the Spring to plan for the next year.
  • Responsive services
    • Students in crisis can seek support through the Guidance Office and counselors will work with families to provide the appropriate resources based on individual cases.
  • Social/Emotional support​
    • Whether it is a conflict with a friend or a death in the family, the counselors are here to support students and families as needed.
  • Providing resources
    • ​The answer may not always be at the school, but we can direct families and students to the resources that will meet their needs.

We encourage students to self-advocate prior to parent intervention. Parents can support their student in this by discussing what steps they should take to seek support for their needs. Please contact us with any questions that you may have.

Counseling Department Announcements

Student Led Parent Conferences and Individual Counselor Conferences: Counselors have finished meeting one on one with Sophomore and Junior families, and Student Led Parent Conferences were held the week of February 26th. At this time, all booking sites are now closed and counselors will meet with students to select courses for next year based on our availability. An opportunity to make up conferences for families who wish to meet with counselors will be available after Spring Break.

Blueprint: Drafting a Plan for Your Future: If you were unable to attend Blueprint on January 29th, please review the PowerPoint below for pertinent information regarding high school credits, graduation requirements, and other details your incoming Freshmen will need to know for next year.

Erica Hisey,
Feb 1, 2018, 7:40 AM