Counseling & Support Services - General Info
Barb Nelson | 9th Grade Counselor | Class of 2024Phone: 952-928-6131 | Email: email@example.comKelsey Milne | 10th Grade Counselor | Class of 2023
Phone: 952-928-6128 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgKara Mueller | Career & College CoordinatorPhone: 952-928-6187 | Email: email@example.comAl Wachutka | Gifted and Talented CoordinatorEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgKelly Brown | Building Assets, Reducing Risks (BARR) CoordinatorEmail: email@example.comJenny Magdal | International Baccalaureate (IB) CoordinatorLauren Buxton | Social WorkerEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgMarlee Nirenstein | Social WorkerSandy Armendariz | Administrative AssistantPhone: 952-928-6123 | Email: email@example.comAppointmentsAppointments to see a counselor may be made before or after school, and/or during lunch. Students may also make appointments during the day provided they have a pass from their teacher. Students may not make an appointment during passing time because we do not want them to be late for class.
Homework Assignment Requests
Parents are highly encouraged to utilize the PowerSchool and Schoology parent portal and/or contact the teacher directly via phone or e-mail to receive homework assignments. Each teacher has a phone and computer in their classroom for correspondence with parents and students. To email a teacher, use firstname.lastname@example.orgIn case of a long-term illness (10 days or more) parents may request homework assignments through the Counseling Office. Please call or e-mail the Counseling Secretary and she will inform teachers to have homework available in the Counseling Office by 3 p.m. the following day for pick up. Please call (952) 928-6123 and/or e-mail email@example.com to complete the request.Scholarship OpportunitiesThere are opportunities for scholarships mailed to the Counseling Office for 11th and 12th grade (most are for 12th grade); all information is located in Naviance under the Scholarship Tab. Students are also encouraged to use other search engines to locate scholarships such as Fastweb.com, Raise, and the Naviance Scholarship search engine.
St. Louis Park Dollars for Scholars Scholarship for 12th grade will be available in late February.
The High School has many college representatives that visit from Minnesota and other states.
PowerSchool Parent Portal
If you do not have access to Powerschool, please call Abby Schrader at 952-928-6106.Schoology Parent PortalIf you need access to Schoology, please call Abby Schrader at 952-928-6106
St. Louis Park HS 9th – 12th Grade Support Groups
St. Louis Park High School offers support groups on a regular basis. Groups are designed to provide students with an opportunity to speak with their peers and a mental health specialist about personal concerns in a structured, confidential and supportive atmosphere. These are not therapy groups, but a means for students to gain understanding and insight about their lives and concerns. A member of the social work or counseling staff and a professional from a community mental health agency usually lead each group. Groups meet for one class period per week on a rotating schedule.
Tutoring Reference Book
A Tutoring Resource binder with a collection of names of individuals as well as agencies that offer tutoring services is available to review. Please feel free to browse through this Tutoring Resource book during Counseling Office hours daily from 7:30-3:30.ToursSt. Louis Park High School is providing tours to parents/guardians and students interested in enrolling next fall. Click here to sign up for a tour.