Douglas S. Freeman High School

School Counseling

ANNOUNCEMENTS

2021-2022 Scheduling Timeline:

  • February 15-26 - PowerSchool Parent Portal opens for families to submit course requests for 2021-2022 school year.

  • February 26 - school counselors begin individual Academic and Career Planning meetings with ALL 9th-11th grade students

  • May 28 - last day for students to make a schedule change for 2021-2022 as space permits





Previous Announcements

September 2020 - Introduction to School Counseling Freeman Focus Videos

Click here to view the video shown to 12th grade students

Click here to view the video shown to 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students

The Douglas S Freeman School Counseling Department will provide a data-driven comprehensive school counseling program that focuses on academic, social/emotional, and college and career readiness skill development. Program implementations will provide a supportive and nurturing environment to assist all students in reaching their potential to become productive citizens. By using a variety of culturally and developmentally appropriate interventions and working in cohesion with faculty, staff, parents, and the community, we aim to support all students in becoming curious learners and just and generous citizens in the 21st century. The school counseling department will advocate for students from all backgrounds, races, genders, economic standing, disabilities, and religions in order to ensure they have access to and are actively engaged in diverse learning experiences that align with their long term goals. Students will leave DSF as empowered citizens who are capable of respect, compassion, and self-advocacy.


The vision of Douglas S Freeman High School counseling program is for all students to become resilient, life long-learners who are successful in their chosen career and contributing members of society. By collaborating with the school and larger community and through exposure to a comprehensive school counseling program, students will have the interpersonal intelligence and self-confidence to be successful in the 21st century and contribute to a global society. They will be equipped with the academic, social/emotional, and career readiness skills to embrace diversity in a changing world and initiate positive change in their community. Students from Douglas S. Freeman High School will be motivated, competent, high-achieving individuals who serve their community with excellence, intensity, and pride.