Stevenson High School students overwhelmingly approve of the counseling services provided by the school's student services division, according to newly released survey results. More than 90 percent of students who attended the school in the 2012-13 term said they agreed or strongly agreed when asked if they felt their counselor was easy to talk to, knows who they are, and was helpful in selecting courses that meet their needs, interests and future goals. Additionally, 70 percent of those surveyed in the Class of 2012 said they were better prepared than most of their college classmates. Also, 87 percent of surveyed students who had been away from Stevenson for five years said the school prepared them well for college. Nearly 3,300 current and former students took the survey.
posted: 12/12/2013 4:14 PM
Stevenson survey results released:
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