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The School Counseling Department assists and guides students with course selection, class scheduling, educational planning, academic counseling, scholarship information, and personal/social direction.

Students:
Fill out a 'Wish to See' form available in the Trading Post in the cafeteria during your lunch. Completely fill out the form, including what your request is concerning, and have an administrator sign it. Once signed, you may see your counselor during your lunch period.

Parents:
Please call or e-mail your child's counselor to make an appointment. Your request will be accommodated as soon as possible, but please understand that counselors have other responsibilities that may slightly delay their response. Thank you for your patience.

Office Hours:
The guidance office is open Monday-Friday from 7:00-3:15. Registration hours are from 7:30-11:00. Please call 813-975-7677 ext. 243 with any questions.



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Diana Beauregard
School Counselor Department Head/CAPS Advisor
Last Names Sc-Z
813-975-7677 ext. 241
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Ferdinand Wedemier
School Counselor
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813-975-7677 ext. 244
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Donna Remeika
School Counselor
Last Names Dj-Mao
813-975-7677 ext. 239
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Debra Alston
School Counselor
Last Names A-Di & Culinary
813-975-7677 ext. 238
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Terry Rey
College and Career Counselor
813-975-7677 ext. 242
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Lisa Pages
Student Success Coach
813-975-7677 ext. 350
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Deborah Donaldson
Social Worker
813-975-7677 ext. 285
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Bonnie Brock
School Psychologist
813-975-7677 ext. 229
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Kimberly Johnson
Registrar
813-975-7677 ext. 251
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Val Stark
Data Processor
813-975-7677 ext. 228

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ACT- ACT information and test registration
SAT- SAT information and test registration
Dual Enrollment- Important information about Dual Enrollment
Community Service Opportunities- Find out where you can volunteer in the community
Community Service- Documents and forms
Bright Futures- Florida Scholarship Program
Khan Academy- Tutoring help for courses and SAT Prep
Edsby- For parents and students to find information about student grades
Big Futures- A resource to start planning your college journey
Florida Shines- College and Career resource
AP Test Dates and Times- Find out the dates and times of your AP test
Florida Virtual School (FLVS)- Sign up to take a course through Florida Virtual School
CAPS- Apply for the CAPS program here
School Locator- Use this link to find your neighborhood school
FAFSA toolkit- UF FAFSA toolkit. Useful financial aid information for any parent or student going to college
Financial Future- Useful information to strengthen your financial skills

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The Chamberlain Advanced Placement Scholars (CAPS) Program offers students a rigorous four year academic program with the flexibility to focus on advanced courses in areas of interest and strength. CAPS students commit to taking a minimum number of Advanced Placement (AP) courses in a variety of subject areas, along with other program requirements. For more information regarding the CAPS program, please see the CAPS brag sheet and CAPS progression plan under the Documents and Forms section of the guidance webpage. To apply to the CAPS program, please click on the CAPS link under the Important Links section of the guidance webpage.

For any additional information regarding the CAPS program, please contact Mrs. Diana Beauregard.




















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