Counselors

counselors

Yvonne Culver, M.A., NBCPT-C
Program director 

330.761.2270
yculver@apslearns.org

Professional school counselors are uniquely qualified to address the academic, career and personal/social developmental needs of all APS students through a comprehensive school counseling program. School counselors are advocates for children and agents for change who help ensure that today's students become the productive, well-adjusted adults of tomorrow.

School counselors can help students with:

  • Academics - grades, attendance, goal-setting
  • Careers – career exploration (including field trips and speakers), enrollment in college, employment, enlisting in the military
  • Social/emotional – making friends, getting along with others and coping with life changes

Current staff listing - Find your student's school counselor

Resources 

Please contact your child's counselor for more information on any of the below. 

APS calendar - ACT, MAP/DAP testing, open enrollment, grading periods closing

Athletics - Eligibility, NCAA links

Bullying

Career Cruising - Helping students plan a pathway for their future. Log in to the APS portal to learn more.   

Clothing and shoe vouchers - Provided by Christ Child and Project Shoes. Contact your child’s school counselor for more information

College readiness - FAFSA, ACT, SAT, College Credit Plus, etc. 

Enrollment and registration - Processes, forms, and open enrollment 

Graduation and testing requirements

Pre-college programs (see a counselor for more information):  


Project Rise

Scholarships

The College Board

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