Counseling Center

Greetings!

Welcome to the School Counseling program at Clark Fork Jr./Sr. High School. This page of the website will give you much information in a quick and easy manner. You will find links to many resources and information on scholarships, financial aid/FAFSA, standardized tests and your post-secondary journey as well as general announcements and important dates. Please visit this site often to utilize the valuable information within.The Counseling Center supports efforts to help students focus on academic, personal/social and career development, so they achieve success in school and are prepared to lead fulfilling lives as responsible members of society.


Counseling Resources

Gear Up Idaho

Your Post-Secondary Journey

Standardized Testing

Financial Aid / FAFSA

Scholarships

Military Careers

College-Bound Athletes

A guidance program we use to assist students beginning in 7th grade and continuing through high school to determine their personal strengths and how they apply to the world of school and work.

Career Information System (CIS)

Since 1980 the Idaho Career Information System (CIS) has been providing career and educational planning solutions for people in Idaho. It is the only comprehensive source of career information available about Idaho and the nation. They gather information and data from hundreds of sources and format it so people can:

    • Explore career opportunities;

    • Find educational programs, and the schools that offer them, related to those opportunities;

    • Make successful career decisions and educational plans;

    • Find work.

Username and password available from Mr. Tom Prez or Ms. Dawn Shatz.


Confidentiality

We adhere to the American School Counselors’ Association Code of Ethics. This means we will keep the information students share with us confidential – unless they give us permission to share it or we are required by law or school policy to share it. If you know of a student or someone who is harassing or bullying another student we want to know about it. Call:


Anonymous Bullying and Harassment

Reporting Hotline

208-255-7156