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    East Brunswick High School Counseling Department   

     EBHS School Counseling Department
    Phone: (732) 613-6940
    Fax: (732) 613-1046
     
     
    Ms. Louise Sultana
    Supervisor of Counseling, College and Career Readiness 6-12
     

     Welcome to the 2019-2020 School Year!

    Welcome Letter

    Senior Parent Letter

    Exemption Request Form

    Counselor Assignments

     
    2018/2019 EBHS Highlightscap
     
    • Over 95% of our graduates will be attending college
    • 17 National Merit Finalists
    • 1489 AP Exams taken 
    • Over 890 college level courses taken amassing 2,815 college credits earned by our students
    • 37 commended students in the 2017 National Merit Scholarship Program
    • 12 High Honor Candidates
    • 9 Presidential Scholar Candidates
    • 325 Presidential Awards
    • 86 Seniors earned the seal of Biliteracy Excellence

    East Brunswick public schools has a developmental counseling program. Our program will support students to achieve success in school and to develop into contributing members of society. Counselors recognize the uniqueness and personal worth of each child. Our counseling program focuses on each student’s potential for growth within the context of his/her individual family cultural perspective. This program adheres to the National Standards for School Counseling programs and Ethical Standards as set forth by the American School Counseling Association.  Also incorporated into this program are the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards this program supports academic, career and social development.   

    A comprehensive program addresses student needs as the primary focus.  The program focuses on activities that help students acquire knowledge, skills, and understanding to cope with the developmental stages of life. The purpose of the counseling program is to promote and enhance learning for all students.  School Counselors work with students individually and in groups, assisting with school-related and personal concerns. They also help high school students with specific college and vocational planning and placement. In addition, they interpret test results for teachers and parents, and work with teachers to plan effective methods for helping students to improve in areas where they are having difficulty.