Welcome to Marquette's Guidance and Counseling Webstite!
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Contact your Guidance Counselor at (636) 891-6025.
If there is ever an emergency or you fear for someone’s safety, please contact 911 and/or your local hospital.
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Ms. Layla Torgoley (636) 891-6025
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Mr. Jeff Marx (636) 891-6025
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Mrs. Meredith Filer (636) 891-6025
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Mrs. Fran Kremer (636) 891-6025
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Mrs. Suzy Jaworoski (636) 891-6025
Marquette's Guidance Department is available for Parent/Teacher conferences on the evening of September 17th from 4:30pm - 8:00pm. Parents can contact the Guidance Office at 636-891-6025 to talk with your Student's School Counselor, College Counselor, or the A+/Testing Coordinator. Parents can also pre-arrange a zoom meeting.
2020-2021 Course Guide
The '20-'21 Course Catalog is online. Please visitRockwood's Curriculum website.
- Thursday, September 17th -- Parent/Teacher conferences
- 4 Classes: (1st, 3rd, 5th, & 7th Hour Classes as shown in Student's schedule
- Friday, Oct 23rd -- End of Semester 1-Q1
- Monday, Oct 26th -- Semester 1-Q2 Begins. Class Format: To Be Determined
- 3 Classes: (2nd, 4th, 6th Hour Classes as shown in Student's Schedule)
- Thursday, Jan 14th -- End of 1st Semester -- End of Q2.
All students will be valued and provided results-based instruction in the areas of Career, Academic, and Personal Social Development, through a comprehensive guidance program, as they acquire skills, abilities and attitudes that empower them to be lifelong contributing members of society.
The Marquette Guidance Program is a comprehensive model which incorporates four programmatic components.
Curriculum: consists of activities of structured developmental experiences presented systematically through classroom and/or group activities for grades nine through twelve. The curriculum is organized around three major areas:
Knowledge of Self and Others
Educational and Vocational Planning
Career Planning and Exploration
Individual Planning: consists of activities that help all students plan, monitor, and manage their own learning as well as their personal and career development. Individual planning is implemented through such strategies as advisement, appraisal (analysis of student ability and achievement), and team meetings.
Responsive Services: consists of activities to meet immediate needs and concerns of students whether these needs or concerns require information, consultation, counseling, or referral.
System Support: consists of management activities that establish, maintain, and enhance the comprehensive guidance program. This component is implemented and carried out through activities in the following areas:
Staff and Community Relations
Consultations with Teachers