Group Guidance

Group guidance classes, taught by the guidance counselors, are a required part of the Beaumont curriculum. This developmental program allows students to receive academic, college and career information, gain awareness, interact with their peers, verbalize their feelings and shape their attitudes and values. The focus for each grade level is as follows:

9th Grade

  • Transition and adjustment to Beaumont School
  • Introduction to the Naviance & Family Connection Program
  • Career Awareness
  • Course selection for sophomore year

10th Grade

  • Career Awareness
  • PSAT
  •  Exploration and Family Connection
  • Course selection for junior year

11th Grade

  • Career Exploration on Family Connection
  • Junior Shadow Packet
  • PSAT Preparation/Test College Selection Process
  • Course selection for senior 

12th Grade

  • College Admission Process and Procedures
  • Financial Aid Process and Procedures

Individual Counseling

Individual counseling is available for students dealing with academic, social and/or personal issues. The focus is on assisting students to manage and resolve these concerns.

Consultation Referral

School counselors consult with parents, teachers, other educators, and community agency personnel. Counselors use other professional resources of the school and community to refer students when appropriate.

Guidance Programs

  • August: New Student Orientation for Freshmen, Transfer Students and Parents
  • September: College Admissions Meeting for Seniors and Parents 
  • October: College Timeline Meeting for Juniors and Parents 
  • November: Financial Aid Meeting for Senior Parents 
  • January: Financial Aid Workshop for Senior Parents 
  • February: College Selection Meeting for Juniors and Parents 
  • May: Junior Career Shadowing Day