Charlotte Christian School provides a comprehensive counseling program for upper school students. The counselors seek to both challenge and to encourage students to grow into young men and women of strong Christian faith, high academic achievement, and moral responsibility.
College and Career Planning
The college counseling program at Charlotte Christian School is an important and individualized process that begins in ninth grade and continues through the end of the senior year. Both students and parents are provided with the tools to navigate the increasingly competitive and complicated college search process. Click here to read more.
The academic counselor assists students in choosing courses and monitors academic progress and extracurricular involvement. Click here to access our Upper School Curriculum Guide.
The personal counselor meets with individual students and groups in a confidential setting to discuss any emotional, spiritual, social, or academic concerns. When and if necessary, a referral is made to a community agency or individual therapist. The counselor is also a resource to parents and teachers for consultation. Lastly, the school counselor visits classes to interactively discuss a variety of topics, such as alcohol and drug abuse, stress and anxiety, interpersonal skills, and decision-making skills.
Click here to request a transcript or records release. If you have questions about transcripts, please contact our registrar Kirsten Mayers.
Countdown to College blog
The Countdown to College Blog is designed to help upper school families stay focused on approaching each step of the college selection process with a God-centered perspective and is written by Jodi Foxx, the Director of College Counseling at Charlotte Christian School.