Counseling and Guidance

Wesleyan School has implemented a comprehensive guidance counseling program consisting of four components: individual planning, responsive services, system support and guidance curricula.
The Lower School Counseling Program aims to help all students grow in their personal, social, and academic skills. The program also helps students manage challenges that may arise during the school year. The counselor is available for individual meetings with students at the request of the student, teacher, or parent, in order to work toward productive action at school and at home.

The Middle School Guidance Counselor provides emotional and spiritual support to students in grades 5 through 8, their parents, and the faculty.

The High School Counselor assists in meeting the needs of students, parents and faculty by offering supportive and responsive services. The counselor also manages the accommodations program at Wesleyan and general guidance topics addressed to the student body.

List of 4 members.