Vision Statement:

The vision of the Mullen High School Personal/Academic Counseling Program is to provide a comprehensive, developmental counseling program that addresses the academic, social, and emotional needs of all students.  Through advocacy, leadership, and collaboration, school counselors are professional student advocates who provide support to maximize student potential and academic achievement.  In partnership with our stakeholders, Mullen High School Personal/Academic Counselors facilitate and coordinate a multi-­tiered support system to ensure that all students are prepared and have access to the knowledge and skills necessary to become globally competitive, lifelong learners.

Mission Statement: 

As the professional Academic/Personal school counselors of Mullen High School, our mission is to provide a comprehensive, developmental and preventative school counseling program that addresses the academic, career, personal and social development of every student, in an environment integrated by Gospel values, which nurture faith, community, prayer and service therefore enabling our students to be positive participants in a global society.

Academic Counseling

All students have an Academic/Personal Counselor who will be with the student for all four years of high school to help a student grow as a student and a person.  Each student is supported in:

Academics- To learn academic behaviors and strategies for success in key content areas.
College/Career Plans- To explore college options and career paths to make informed decisions for life after graduation.
Personal/Social Growth- To gain knowledge and develop interpersonal skills, and to understand and respect oneself and others.
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Freshmen- Understand the high school structure and requirements while building the foundation for academic success. Students learn the importance of a transcript and grow in the balance of academic & personal life balance.

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Sophomores- Research career paths and investigate personal aptitudes that may align with life goals while strengthening study habits and organizational skills.

Welcome Letter 2016

Juniors- Explore more specific higher education opportunities, standardized test prep courses and increase rigor of high school courses.

Welcome Letter 2016

Seniors- Refine and pursue postgraduate options, scholarships and prepare for independent living.

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Meet Our Counselors

Hilary Maxwell
Director of Academic 
Counseling 
maxwell@mullenhigh.com
303.761.1764 Ext. 3356
Bio
   

Annie Barocas
N-O, DLS & International Students
annie.barocas@mullenhigh.com
303.761.1764 Ext. 3310
Bio

   
  Janelle Petersen
A-F
petersen@mullenhigh.com
303.761.1764 Ext. 3308
   
  Andrea Rieger
G-M
rieger@mullenhigh.com
303.761.1764 Ext. 3321
   
  Michael Augustine
P-Z
augustine@mullenhigh.com
303.761.1764 Ext. 3309

College Counseling

 

  Charlie Laube
A-K Class of 2018
A-Ma all others
laube@mullenhigh.com
303.761.1764 Ext. 3312

 

   
Stephanie Santillo 
L-Z Class of 2018
Mc-Z all others
santillo@mullenhigh.com
Director Of College
Counseling

303.761.1764 Ext. 3338
Bio
   

Registration Request Forms - Coming in January 2017
Senior Request Form 
Junior Request Form 
Sophomore Request Form 

Course Level Placement 
Freshman English Honors Placement 
World Language Placement 

 

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