Better Education. Brighter Future.

Guidance

Meet Our Counselor: Heather Gogel

It is my pleasure to serve as your student’s guidance counselor this year.  Please feel free to contact me with any question you may have.  There's something for everyone here, freshmen, sophomores, juniors, seniors, and parents.  Let's begin and end this year strong!
 
hgogel@trinitycatholichigh.org
314-741-1333 ext. 265
Office Hours: Mon-Fri 7:30-3pm
 

VERY IMPORTANT

Parents- Please make sure to frequently check Family Access. Do it with your son or daughter.  Make it a "family thing" and try to check it every week.  You'll be able to see your student's progress and address any areas of concern.  Family Access can be found using the following linkSkyward

Mission and Belief Statement of Trinity’s Guidance Program

To strengthen the mission of Trinity Catholic High School, the Guidance Program seeks to impact the lives of students by addressing their needs in the areas of academic development, career development and personal/social development. This mission is based on some basic beliefs regarding students. We believe that:

  • All students are unique individuals with their own God given abilities and qualities.
  • All students have dignity and worth as human beings.
  • All students have the ability to succeed and become contributing members of society.
  • All students are able to plan their high school experience while considering appropriate education or training after high school.
  • All students need the support and guidance of school, parents and community to meet their academic, personal, social, and spiritual needs.
  • All students need to develop competencies in the areas of academic development, career development, and personal/social development.
  • Our students are the foundation of Trinity Catholic High School and the hope of our future.


Department Goals

Students will:

  • Graduate on schedule and be academically, personally and socially successful.
  • Plan their transition to appropriate post-secondary education or advanced skilled training.
  • Plan and complete high school with the academic preparation essential to choose from a wide variety of options.
  • Acquire the skills to investigate the world of work in relation to knowledge of self and make informed career decisions.
  • Utilize the services and assistance available to them through the Guidance Department.
  • Use appropriate resources for making informed educational, career, and personal decisions.
  • Demonstrate appropriate interpersonal behavior and methods of resolving conflicts.