A Message to Students from DCC Guidance Counselor, Ms. Tia Snyder 4-1-2020
DuBois Central Catholic’s goal is to produce students who are prepared to seek knowledge for its own sake and to pursue study at the finest colleges and universities. College counseling is an important component of life at DuBois Central Catholic for both the student and his or her family. In a sense, college counseling begins as soon as a student enters DuBois Central Catholic. Advisers, teachers, and administrators help each student choose an appropriately challenging class schedule and advise about athletics, extracurricular activities, and standardized tests – all of which can play parts in the college admission process.
Open Door Policy
The guidance office is open and available to all students and their families, grades K – 12. Students, as well as parents/guardians are encouraged to stop in or call at any time. Miss Snyder is happy to help with career and personal counseling on a range of topics, including bullying, study skills, failing grades, family stress, peer pressure, grief and/or loss, college applications, college decisions, financial aid, scholarships, military preparation, dual enrollment, standardized testing preparation, etc.
The guidance department takes confidentiality very seriously. What is said in the guidance office stays in the guidance office unless the student is (1) being hurt by someone, (2) wants to hurt someone, or (3) wants to hurt him/herself.
Miss Tiandra Snyder, Director of Guidance
(814) 371-3060 ext. 635