St. Johns School District Guidance Department

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St. Johns County Guidance Objectives
The counselor’s statement of guidance philosophy: we believe and adhere to:

  • The work, dignity, and uniqueness of the student.
  • Respect for and acceptance of the student as he/she comes to us with the values of his/her social and cultural environment.
  • The student’s capacity for self-actualization, self-determination, and self-discipline.
  • Provide significant and holistic counseling techniques for the maximum potential of students.
  • Guidance as an integral part of creating life-long learners and global citizens.
  • Guidance services for students that are primarily developmental and preventative.
  • A guidance program which is supportive to the total school curriculum
  • Cooperative relationship involving school, home and community.
  • The constant striving of counselors for improvement and professional growth in order to facilitate this philosophy.

2015-16 Back to School Letter from Dr. Joseph G. Joyner, Superintendent of Schools, which includes Virtual Options as well as Programs of Choice:

Elementary Choice         Secondary Choice     

2015 Florida Department of Education Economic Security Report

School Confirmation Letter 2015     Code of Conduct   Safe School Letter



MILITARY INTEREST:

Military Child Education Coalition- Please click on the below image for information and updates:
Military Families

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The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) test is a required test administered to anyone interested in enlisting in any of the US Armed Service branches.  Minimum scores must be met in order to be able to enlist as well as to qualify for certain jobs within the service.


 

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Academic Information:
Graduation Diploma Requirements

If your student entered 9th Grade 2013-2014
If your student entered 9th Grade 2014-2015
If your student entered 9th Grade 2015-2016

If your student entered 9th Grade 2016-2017

 


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