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The Adams 12 Five Star School Counseling program supports the development of the whole child by advocating for academic, social/emotional, career and post-secondary needs and strives to develop life-long learners and productive citizens.
The Adams 12 Five Star School Counseling program works collaboratively with parents, community members and educators to empower every child, regardless of individual differences or obstacles, to ensure all students are prepared for meaningful, productive learning through a data-driven comprehensive K-12 school counseling program.
MRHS is a comprehensive school counseling program predicated on the belief that all students are unique and dynamic individuals, capable of becoming responsive and productive adults. Our program is proactive and preventative in nature and is committed to meeting the needs of ALL students. Working in collaboration with students, parents, educators and the community, professional school counselors ensure equity and access to programs and services so that every student is challenged and supported to achieve academic excellence.
- Will Marks: A - B
- Stacie Vinchattle: C - F
- Cynthia Kelley: G - I
- Todd Riccio: J - Ma
- Jason Matthies: Mc - P
- Kimberly Weber: Q - S
- Bryan Webb: T- Z
Attention All 10th – 12th graders:
The ASVAB is coming to Mountain Range, Wednesday, December 2nd, 2020. The test will start at 10 am and go until approximately 12:30pm. The test will be done electronically so if you choose to bring your own device, please make sure it is not an Apple product as the ASVAB online test program is not compatible with them. We also would encourage you to bring in a mouse with you. To sign up for the test, fill out this google form.
The ASVAB is the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery and is a career planning resource that encourages students to explore multiple paths to post-secondary success (e.g., college, certifications, apprenticeships, licensure programs, the military, etc.) for students in grades 10 – 12. The ASVAB can be used to meet the Colorado Department of Education Graduation Guidelines and it is FREE to take. Your ASVAB scores WILL NOT be released to the military and is a great tool to explore and learn about career options. If you have any questions please contact your school counselor.