- Orient freshman, all transfer students and exchange students to McAuley High School
- Help with freshman orientation
- Meet freshman in Theology classes (Aug)
- Freshman guidance seminars
- Maintain all student academic records
- Assist students with academic concerns – meet with individual students throughout the year.
- Evaluate student abilities, skills, and achievements
- Develop educational plans through course selection
- Schedule student classes (Jan – May)
- Assist students with career exploration
- World of Work (WOW) Day (Sept)
- Job shadow day (Apr)
- Meetings throughout the school year
- Assist with college selection and application process
- Provide college and career information
- Scheduling college representatives' visits to the school
- College Bootcamps for seniors
- SPA days for seniors
- College Night for sophomores and juniors
- Meet individually with juniors and their parents for college information (Nov – Apr)
- Administer standardized tests:
- High School Placement Test (HSPT) is administered to all potential McAuley freshmen in November and throughout the year to new students. HSPT is used to determine a student’s scholastic ability and to allow McAuley to appropriately place each student in her classes.
- Ohio Graduation Test (OGT) is administered to all sophomores in March. Passing the Ohio Graduation Test (OGT) is mandatory for graduation. The OGT consists of five separate tests in reading, math, writing, science, and social studies. To pass the OGT, students must attain a score of at least 400 or a rating of “proficient”. The possible ratings are Advanced, Accelerated, Proficient, Limited, and Basic. If the first attempt to pass is unsuccessful, students may retake individual subject tests in July and October. Students must continue taking the subjects they did not pass until a rating of proficient, accelerated, or advanced is reached. If one or more subject is not passed, the student may not graduate.
- Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test (PSAT/NMSQT) is administered to all juniors and sophomores in October. Doing well on the PSAT may result in the student being named a National Merit Scholar and earning scholarships.
- PLAN Test administered to all sophomores in the fall.
- Advanced Placement exams administered to students in May
- Personal counseling throughout the year for all students