The primary mission of the Counseling Center at Conwell-Egan Catholic High School is to facilitate the maximum development of each student. The services offered are concerned with identity, maturity, problem-solving, conflict resolution, decision making, academic excellence, and college and career choices.
Students who are in danger of failing a course or who have failed a course for the quarter and may be in danger of failing for another quarter should complete several steps in addition to their meeting with a counselor.
1. Contact the teacher to find out what areas you may need to improve and what help is available in that subject area. For example: Are you struggling with a particular type of formula in math and does the teacher offer extra help after school? Is National Honor Society Tutoring available? Are you doing all the homework and classwork? Do you participate in class? How do you prepare for the class? Have you checked Schoology? Do you arrive at school on time and do you go to school regularly? Do you make up missed work? Do you keep in contact with the teacher regularly?
2. Sign up for tutoring in the subject area when available or seek the teacher's help both in and out of class. Homework Zone is available Monday-Thursday after school from 2:30 to 5 in the Center for Student Leadership.
3. Parental involvement should include encouraging and supporting the child's academic growth and checking in with student's academic progress weekly.
NCAA Students must register in their sophomore year with the Eligibility Center in order to begin the amateurism-certification process. Transcripts must be requested from the Counseling Center. Students in all grades who hope to play Division I, II or even III athletics in college should be familiar with the academic requirement that is your responsibility to determine eligibility for your Division/Sport.
Register here: www.eligibilitycenter.org
100-90: 4 POINTS
89-80: 3 POINTS
79-73: 2 POINTS
72-70: 1 POINT
How is the NCAA Core GPA Calculated?
The NCAA Eligibility Center calculates the grade-point average of a student's core courses on a 4.000 scale. (A=4; B=3; C=2; D=1)
To determine points earned for each course, multiply the numeric grade value (4, 3, 2 or 1) by the amount of credit earned. A semester is awarded .5 unit of credit and a trimester is awarded .34 unit of credit.
The NCAA Eligibility Center does not use plus or minus grades when calculating core- course GPA. For example, grades of B+, B and B- will all be worth 3 quality points each.
An A grade (4 points) for a trimester course (0.34 units): 4 points x 0.34 units=1.36 total quality points.
An A grade (4 points) for a semester course (0.50 units): 4 points x 0.50 units=2.00 total quality points.
An A grade (4 points) for a full-year course (1.00 units): 4 points x 1.00 units=4.00 quality points.
To calculate the estimated core-course grade-point average, divide the total number of points for all core courses by the total number of core-course units completed.