Counseling

In partnership with parents/guardians, educators, and community stakeholders, the Barrington High School Counseling Department implements a comprehensive school counseling program and post-secondary counseling program, both of which promote student achievement and personal wellness.

School counselors are professional educators with a mental health perspective. School counselors do not work in isolation; rather they are integral to the total education program.

School counselors help all students in the areas of academic achievement, personal/social development and college/career development. Students work with the same counselor throughout their high school career.

In addition, students have access to school social workers and diagnostic and supportive services are available to students with special needs. Information on college admissions testing, financial aid, and post high school planning is available in the College Resource Center (CRC).

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Contact

Stephanie Spiewak
Asst. Principal/Coordinator of Secondary Counseling
sspiewak@barrington220.org
847.842.3225

Barrington High School

Barrington High School Counseling

BHS counselors work on building student-focused relationships that span a student's entire four years of high school. 

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college career counseling

College & Career Counseling

BHS college and career counselors work with students to help them determine their path after high school.

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upcoming events
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This program is for Senior Parents/Guardians. This is the 2nd recording of a 3 part series being released.   This presentation will be shared via parent/guardian email. The 3rd part will be released September 6th.  
 
If you missed the 1st part in this series, please go to the counseling page website where all presentations are viewable. 
Read More about Class of 2023 College Bound Program
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Illinois Student Assistance Commission (ISAC) www.isac.org provides financial resources for students and families as they pursue their post secondary education.  ISAC representatives can provide one-on-one assistance with FAFSA completion, grant/scholarship opportunities, and much more.  For questions regarding financial aid or to schedule a virtual meeting, contact Mesude Uysaler Mesude.uysaler@illinois.gov  847-650-1687
Read More about Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) Opens!
Counseling DEpartment staff
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Monica Barreiro

Counselor

Marla Engleman

Counselor

Carrie Galvan

CRC Coordinator

Caroline Hille

Administrative Assistant

Lisa Horcher

Community Connections Coordinator

Marie Marabella

Career Advisor

Timothy Martin

Counselor

Kathleen Moody

Counselor
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