Bishop Amat recognizes the many needs that young people have today. Growing up is a challenging and often trying experience, and we are fully aware that our students have no social immunity to the temptations and moral dilemmas that face any teenager.
Counselors are available on campus throughout the day and after school. The counseling program fosters the values that enable our youth to understand themselves and others. We encourage our students to assume personal responsibility for their behavior as well as for their intellectual growth and development in keeping with their talents and abilities.
Our curriculum is geared to the physical and mental development of the adolescent. The Counselors make an effort to see all students at various times during the school year. A student may request an appointment with his/her counselor by signing on the appointment request lists that are located outside the counseling offices in the 400 wing.
Our counselors are experienced teachers with expertise in various specialized areas. The department offers guidance primarily in academics. In addition, counselors can help students gain information about careers and colleges, scholarships, and financial aid for higher education.
At times, certain situations require the intervention of a professional psychologist for the appropriate resolution of a student problem. This psychologist meets with referred students on campus with permission given by parents on the “Consent to Treatment” form signed annually at registration. Consultation after three visits or in serious matters may involve the parents. Any student or family wishing to have these services available to them may contact Mrs. Andrea Sanchez (x7407).
FAFSA Seminar - 11/6/2019
On the evening of November 6, 2019, Mr. Michael Scott hosted a FAFSA Application Workshop feature guest speaker Mr. David Levy. In addition to the information presented, Mr. Levy would like to make the following information available to families. Please see the attachments below.