In the DHS Post-Secondary Center, each student has assigned to them both an Academic Advisor and a Social Emotional School Counselor who follows them for all four years of high school. This model ensures continuity and secure relationships with students for a variety of needs. Academic Advisors meet with each of their students every semester to build the Individual Career and Academic Plans (ICAP) to match each student's post-graduate aspirations. Advisors audit transcripts for graduation requirements and work with students and families on the college admission and financial aid process and/or other post-secondary options.
Social Emotional School Counselors also meet with every student to touch base and assist with any social emotional needs they may have. They also provide crisis support, referrals, and support group leadership. Click here
for more information.Below are just some of the student supports offered by the DHS Post-Secondary Center:
- ICAP planning, including career and 4-year academic planning
- Advisory curriculum that supports student learning
- One-on-one academic planning and counseling
- Informational nights for all grade levels
- College financial aid (FAFSA) explanation sessions
- Support Groups
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Post-Secondary Center Office Hours:
Monday through Friday
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Phone: (970) 259-1630 x 2309
Fax: (970) 375-3997
Appointments are recommended. To make an appointment with an Advisor or Counselor, please call Melinda Wood at 970-259-1630 x 2309.