Brooks Counseling

Brooks Counseling Resources for the COVID-19 School Closure

Follow this link for more information about how the Brooks Counseling Department is Responding During the Closure

Welcome

Welcome to the Brooks Counseling Department webpage.

Our school counseling program's mission is to provide all students with equity and access to a comprehensive data driven school counseling program centered around an engaging curriculum that facilitates long range success and high achievement through student growth in academic, career, and personal social domains; creates an environment in which each student can learn at high levels; and encourages collaboration among students, parents, teachers and local community institutions.

The professional school counselors at Brooks College Prep believe:

All students are capable of learning at high levelsAll students have dignity and worthAll students have a right to counseling services and supportsAll students have unique skills, talents and abilitiesAll students can be successful in their post secondary endeavors

The Brooks College Prep comprehensive school counseling program will:

Utilize a holistic approach to meeting the academic, social-emotional and post-secondary needs of every studentTake a student centered approach toward goal setting Work as a collaborative team with all stakeholders to achieve program goals Use data to drive work and monitor progress of students and counseling initiativesConsciously address the diverse cultural, ethnic, racial, gender, and sexual identity needs when designing and implementing systemic program protocols

All professional school counselors at Brooks College Prep will:

Advocate to the best of our abilities for every single student Provide appropriate resources and supports for all students to be successful in their lifelong pursuits Abide by the American School Counseling Association’s code of ethicsHold a valid Professional Educators License through the Illinois State Board of EducationParticipate in professional development activities to enhance our knowledge, services, and school counseling program

Counseling Department Contact Information and Hours

Counselor : Hours: Contact Information Advisories

Mrs. Jackson: 8:00-3:30 773-535-9950| aljackson38@cps.edu 003, 004, 104, 105, 106, 203, 204, 303, & 304

Mrs. Diaz: 9:00-4:30 773-535-9970| adiaz7@cps.edu 007, 008, 107, 108, 207, 208, 306, 307 & 308

Mrs. Boler: 8:30-4:00 773-535-9931 | trboler@cps.edu 001, 101, 205, 206, 305, 401, 402 , 501 & 502

Mrs. Mulder: 8:00-3:30 773-535-9938| jlloegel@cps.edu 002, 005, 006, 102, 103, 201, 202, 301 & 302

Academic supports offered by the Counseling Department.

Social & Emotional Supports offered by the Counseling Department

All things postsecondary! College and Career Planning, Financial Aid, & Scholarships

12th Grade Resources

Graduation, Senior College Knowledge, Signing Day

11th Grade Resources

SAT, Junior Push-Ins, Special Programs

Underclassman Resources

Freshman and Sophomore Push-Ins, Special Programs

Here you will find: course catalog, off-campus programs, and course selection.

Here you will find information about After School and Summer Program Opportunities for students. Click here

Credit Recovery

At the end of each semester the counseling team will send out an email with detailed Credit Recovery Information. You can also check out the CPS credit recovery page.