Committed to Meeting the Social, Emotional, and Academic Needs of Students!

The Southeast Polk High School Counseling team is also committed to the college and career development of its students at all grade levels.  

Our Mission:As a team is to assist students as they learn and practice important skills in order to meet life’s challenges.

Our Vision: To assist students in achieving success when it comes to their college, career, and civic life.  

HS Counseling Team


NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

Spring 2018 PSEO (Post-Secondary Enrollment Option) Registration

Students interested in taking PSEO (post-secondary enrollment option) courses at either Grand View University or Drake University should see Mrs. Fast in the counseling office to receive a PSEO registration form for these colleges. The spring 2018 course schedules for Grand View University and Drake University are now available online. Choose your class and then visit Mrs. Fast for a copy of the necessary registration form.

DMACC On-Campus Course Option Registration for Spring 2018

Students interested in taking on-campus classes at DMACC during the spring of 2018 should see Mrs. Fast in the counseling office for a DMACC On-Campus Course Option (OCCO) registration form. The spring 2018 DMACC course schedule will be available on DMACC’s website beginning October 9. The DMACC OCCO registration deadline is Thursday, November 16. Review the DMACC spring course schedule and see Mrs. Fast for the necessary registration form.  

College and Career Readiness: What Seniors Should Know Before They Graduate.

Senior year is both an exciting and a somewhat daunting time all at once. To help seniors and their parents/guardians to navigate a few aspects to senior year, the high school counselors have created a brief video to act as a guide. Please view this video as well as chat with your senior student regarding this information as it was presented in advisement. Seniors also received a packet of helpful information as well. This information would also be great to review. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to your son/daughter’s high school counselor.

New Schedule Change Protocol for 2017-2018 School Year

Please note a new schedule change protocol will be in place for the 2017-2018 school year: Student classes will be set on the first day of classes each semester. Students will be allowed to drop a course and replace with a study hall during the first two weeks of each semester without academic consequence. Students may not add any new courses after the start of each semester.