The Guidance Department at McAuley High School offers a comprehensive program of services to assist students with any issues that may arise during their four years of high school.
All counselors have earned a Master’s degree in guidance and counseling and are certified by the state of Ohio. The students may see their guidance counselor for: personal counseling, college counseling, career guidance, scheduling, and school issues.
McAuley employs three counselors:
Mrs. Becky Crowe, Senior counselor and students in grade 11 whose last name begins J-Z
and all foreign exchange students
Ms. Angela Ross, students in grades 9-11 whose last name begins A-I
Mrs. Kristina Schwartz, students in grades 9-10 whose last name begins with J-Z
Mrs. Kathy Hauser, Administrative Assistant
The school psychologist tailors services to the particular needs of students and their situations. The core services may include but are not limited to: consultation with teachers and parents; assessment of academic skills and learning needs; intervention in conflict or crisis situations; and preventive services in mental health education. Referrals to the school psychologist are coordinated through guidance counselors.
Mrs. Patricia Baker
McAuley has one full-time intervention specialist available to work with students of varying needs.
Ms. Jean Buelterman
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