Student Survey

Snow Canyon Middle School Counseling Program

Very Helpful Helpful Somewhat Helpful Not Helpful
Someone to talk to for help about personal needs
Registration, class selection, and class changes
Preparing for College Readiness - life after high school graduation
Preparing for Career Readiness - life after high school graduation
Providing opportunities to identify my strengths

Very Needed Needed Somewhat Needed Not Needed
Voicing my concerns and speaking up for myself with others.
Learning how to talk to an adult (teacher, counselor, administrator) at school.
Knowing what to do if I, or other students, in school are being bullied, mistreated, or are feeling lonely.
Knowing how to manage stress in a positive way without hurting myself or others.

Very Needed Needed Somewhat Needed Not Needed
Additional access to school counselors
Study hall/Academic support classes
Individual support time during class
A period of time during school hours when students are able to seek help from their teachers.
Before/after school access to teacher(s)

Very Valuable Valuable Somewhat Valuable Not Valuable
College/Career guidance information
Scholarship and financial aid
Stress management
Study skills and succeeding in school
Relationships with peers, parents, teachers
Test preparation for college (i.e. ACT/SAT)
Suicide prevention
Internet/Social media safety

Very Important Important Somewhat Important Not Important
Goal setting for the future
Career planning on interests and abilities
Academic planning
College application process
Information about types of colleges
Information about applied technical schools
Scholarship or financial aid information
Makeup/recovery credit
Job-seeking and job-keeping skills
Transition information (i.e. elementary to junior high; junior high to high school; high school to college)

Very Needed Needed Somewhat Needed Not Needed
Interactions with other cultures and viewpoints
Respect for other cultures and viewpoints
Ability to stand up for others with different backgrounds
Recognize and defend human rights

Yes No I Don't Know
I am informed about the level of degrees I can earn in college (i.e. technical certifications, associate, bachelor, master, etc.).
I understand how to get information about different colleges and how to apply to them.
I have a good understanding of what post-secondary education will cost.
I am aware of resources to pay for the cost of college (i.e. scholarships, financial aid/FAFSA, savings, etc.).