Student Services

Student Services

  • Mission
    Statement  
  • Services
    Provided
  • Meet Your
    Counselor
  • How To Make
    An Appointment
  • Graduation
    Requirements
  • College
    Information
  • FAQs
     
  • Trust
     

Our Mission

The mission of the Southwest Miami High School Student Services Department is to provide a comprehensive, developmental school counseling program addressing the academic, career and personal/social development of all students. School counselors are professional school advocates who provide support to maximize student potential and academic achievement. In collaboration with teachers, parents, and the community, school counselors facilitate the support system to ensure that all students have access to and are prepared with the knowledge and skills to contribute at the highest level as productive members of society.

Patricia Fleri
Curriculum Leader

Services Provided

School Counselors

Academic Advisement

Subject Selection

Individual Counseling

Dropout Prevention

Parent/Teacher Contact

Credit Recovery Assistance

Test Results Interpretation (FCAT,PSAT,SAT,ACT)

Prevention Counseling

CAP Advisor

College Assistance

SAT/ACT Testing Information

College Visits

Financial Aid Assistance

Bright Futures Scholarship

College Fair

TRUST Counselor

Individual/Group Counseling

Peer Mediation/Conflict Resolution

Drug Prevention

Dropout Prevention

Crisis Counseling

Sexual Minority Issues

Violence/Bullying Prevention

School Nurse

Provide Medical Attention

Basic First Aid

Referrals

Physicals, Immunizations

Health Education

Social Worker

Vision Services

Emergency Shelter

Economic Assistance

Mental Health Referrals

Family Issues

 

Meet Your Counselor

Counselor Student Last Name Letter Extension

Chacon-Ortega

Chacon-Ortega

E-Mail Me at
bortega@dadeschools.net

A, B, C, D 2261

Reyes

Reyes

E-Mail Me at
reyesyamile@dadeschools.net

E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L 2287

Carballo-McBath

Carballo-McBath

E-Mail Me at
vcarballo@dadeschools.net

M, N, O, P, Q 2254

Hevia-Perez

HeviaPerez

E-Mail Me at
lheviaperez@dadeschools.net

R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z 2253

Fleri

Fleri

E-Mail Me at
pattyfleri@dadeschools.net

ESOL 2260

Cuevas

Cuevas

E-Mail Me at
scuevas@dadeschools.net

CAP Advisor 2258

Fletcher

E-Mail Me at
andreafletcher@dadeschools.net

TRUST Counselor 2217

Carulla

Carulla

E-Mail Me at
wcarulla@dadeschools.net

Social Worker 2336

Harrah

Harrah

E-Mail Me at
swnurses@dadeschools.net

Nurse Practitioner 2228

Herran

Herran

E-Mail Me at
sherran-flynn@dadeschools.net

L.P.N. 2228

Eugene Muldavin, SPED Counselor

Eugene Muldavin

E-Mail Me at
162125@dadeschools.net

SPED Counselor 2236

How To Make An Appointment

Student Appointments

Ms. Esther Garrandes, Student Services secretary, will be taking appointments during both lunches as follows:

For students in the Main building:

When: Monday and Wednesday
Time: The first 10 minutes of your lunch
Place: Main Lobby

For students in the New Building:

When: Tuesday and Thursday
Time: The first 10 minutes of your lunch
Place: New Cafeteria

Parent Appointments

Please, call Student Services Secretary, Ms. Esther Garrandes, at 305-274-0181 Ext. 2204.

Graduation Requirements

Click HERE to view the graduation requirements.

College Information

Planning for College Checklist

Freshman Year

Sophomore Year

Junior Year

Senior Year

College Admission Information

Miami Dade College Application Procedures

State University Admission Matrix

College Ready Scores

Click HERE to view the College Ready Scores.

Scholarships

2011-2012 Bright Futures Scholarship Application Procedure

2011-2012 Bright Futures Changes

Click HERE to go to our Scholarships page.

About SAT/ACT

Other Websites

Vocational & Technical

Vocational and Technical Programs That Work

Frequently Asked Questions

Is two years of a Foreign Language a graduation requirement?
No. However, two years of a Foreign Language is required for the Bright Futures scholarship and admission to a 4-year university.

When should a student take their ACT/SAT?
Spring of their junior year.

How many community service hours do I need to graduate?
Twenty (20) hours is the minimum required hours from a non-profit organization, i.e. hospital, school, etc.

TRUST

Click HERE to go to the TRUST website.

 

 

 

 

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