Scheck Hillel has a proactive College Guidance Program that begins in Grade 8 and spirals with intensity through Grade 12. Scheck Hillel understands that students and families approach the college application process with diverse needs and styles and, thus, highly values and practices a student-centered philosophy in this crucial transition. College counselors provide current information regarding the college admissions process and encourage open communication and an open door policy with students and parents.
College counselors are strong advocates for students, both here at Scheck Hillel and through relationships with colleges. Counselors seek opportunities to enhance their professional development and utilize the benefits of NACAC (National Association of College Admissions Counseling), SACAC (Southern Association of College Admissions Counseling), various university-sponsored college programs, the College Board, ACT, and other local, state, and national organizations.
Scheck Hillel is strongly committed to helping students find the school that best matches their needs, interests and abilities. Please utilize information on this website, given during evening programs, and in individual meetings to help understand and successfully manage this process.