Counseling is a process of helping people by assisting them in making decisions and changing behavior. School counselors work with all students, school staff, families and members of the community as an integral part of the education program. School counseling programs promote school success through a focus on academic achievement, prevention and intervention activities, advocacy and social/emotional and career development. ~ American School Counselor Association
Every student will acquire the academic, career, and social/emotional skills to reach their fullest educational potential and successfully manage their lives as safe, responsible, competent, and productive citizens who respect themselves and others.
Comprehensive School Counseling Plan
The comprehensive Hornell City Schools school counseling program integrates academic, career and social/emotional development. The components of a comprehensive school counseling program are: individual planning, counseling and responsive services, guidance activities and program support as appropriate per grade level and individual student need. Here is the plan – PK-12 Comprehensive School Counseling Plan.
District Counseling Department Staff
The Counseling Office is open during building hours when school is in session. Counseling staff will be available to respond to emails and phones during that time. If you leave a message or email after hours, counseling staff will not be available to respond until the next school day. If you are having a mental health emergency, please call your primary care physician or proceed to the emergency room.
More information on the specific building counseling departments can be found here:
- High School Counseling Department
- Intermediate School Counseling Department
- North Hornell Counseling Department
Request transcripts and immunizations
The school’s Guidance Office is the center for all academic records. Students or alumni wishing to have records forwarded to colleges or employers must do so through this office. Requests can be made through the Guidance Office by mail, phone, or in person, Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Please provide suitable processing time for this request. (summer hours are limited.)
To request student’s records, please complete this form.
Please note, immunization records are only kept until the former student has attained the age of 26 years old. Transcripts are retained permanently in our records.