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Sunday, January 30, 2011
Based on my experience with guidance counselors, which has not been since high school, they guide students in choosing courses and helping them to make career choices. From what I remember they offer resources that will promote the students to stay on tract socially and mentally throughout high school. Guidance counselors maintain a link in communication between the administrators, teachers, parents and students . It appears they are an essential key to keeping the students informed about graduation requirements. Overall, I perceive them as having a hard job. There is always just a few on staff and they are responsible for the entire student body.