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Counseling Services

At St. Philip's School and Community Center we are here to H.E.L.P. students achieve their best in their personal, social, academic, and spiritual endeavors. One of the many ways help is offered is through the counseling program. The school counseling office representative collaborates with students, families, educators, administrators, and other professionals to identify and implement programs and services that will effectively address needs and concerns.

The purpose of the counseling program is to:

Hear and be attentive to the verbal and non-verbally expressed concerns of the student and his/her family.

Expand parents'/caregivers' active involvement in the child's educational development at school and home.

Link with the teachers, administrators, family, and professional resources to provide the maximum support for the student.

Provide the student with learning strategies and life skills to achieve their full potential.

Student Academic Intervention (SAI)

Student Academic Intervention is a program designed to provide academic and behavioral intervention to help the student who is experiencing inconsistency or difficulty due to ability, performance, and or behavior. The counseling office coordinates the Student Academic Intervention program.

Intervention is provided through various creative ways to maximize the use of available resources to help the student achieve his/her full potential. Parental involvement is an important part of this process.

Parent University

At St. Philip's School & Community Center, we recognize the importance of equipping parents and primary caregivers with the resources, knowledge, and skills need to develop spiritual, physical, academic, cognitive, emotional, and social (S.P.A.C.E.) development. S.P.A.C.E development is provided through annual educational workshops, and resources are made available in our parent resource center.

For more information about St. Philip's School and Community Center's Academic and Counseling Programs, contact or visit with Ramona Bailey during school hours at or 214-421-5221 ext. 120