Departments

School Counseling Services

Mission Statement:

The mission of the Three Rivers' Counseling Department is to ensure that every student will acquire competencies needed in academics, career, personal and social development to reach their greatest potential in the preparation for lifelong learning in a changing world. 

The Role of the School Counselor:

School Counseling services play an integral part in the development of the individual student for effective living in the modern world by striving to accomplish the following goals with each student:

  1. Help each student to understand himself / herself.
  2. Help each student to understand and make the most of his/her abilities, aptitudes and interests.
  3. Help each student develop as a social being so that he/she can contribute to society.
  4. Help each student develop the confidence to think his/her problems through and to select intelligent courses of action.
  5. Guide students in learning to seek and utilize available resources. 

Students sign up in homeroom to see the counselor before school, at lunch time, after school, or during study hall. 

Middle School Counseling

Mr. Henderson

dhenderson@trlsd.org

513.467.3500 ext. 1120 

 

Mr. Dave Henderson is an extremely valuable asset to the Three Rivers' team. He is available to assist students with course information and planning schedules. He also is a huge support to students needing or desiring counseling. 

Schedule your appointment with your Guidance Counselor!

High School Counseling



Mrs. Heckman (A-K)

   
513.467.3200 ext. 1202
Mrs. Ryan (L-Z)

 
513.467.3200 ext. 4299
Mrs. Kurzhals/Secretary  
513.467.3200 ext. 1251

Counselors are available to assist with selecting courses, planning schedules, career exploration, college entrance tests, college and job applications, selecting a college, and post-secondary enrollment options. Counseling services are available throughout the school day and in the evening by appointment.

Students are assigned to a counselor alphabetically by last name.

ADVISORY PROGRAM/ HOMEROOM 

The purpose of Taylor High School’s advisory program is to enhance our guidance services by providing opportunities for both grade–specific educational activities and informal communication between teachers and students. Many meetings and activities that previously took away from class time will also take place during this period. Students will participate in various activities that will encourage academic, social, and emotional development. 

Research indicates that one of the principal conditions for student success in school is a meaningful connection with an adult. An advisory program makes it more possible for our students to have such a connection and to experience more success and fulfillment both during high school and after graduation. Students will meet with their advisor daily and will participate in a 30 minute extended advisory period once a week.

Counselors are available to assist with selecting courses, planning schedules, career exploration, college entrance tests, college and job applications, selecting a college, and post-secondary enrollment options. Counseling services are available throughout the school day and in the evening by appointment.

Students are assigned to a counselor alphabetically by last name.