Counseling


The Counseling Department at Nerinx Hall includes both a formal and informal curriculum. Students are required to complete one course, FAST Class, in their first semester of freshman year. An elective course, Career & College Explorations, is also available. Other aspects of our curriculum include individual and small group meetings set up by counselors to facilitate personal growth, improve academic achievement and guide college and career planning. Students with a diagnosed learning disability or health impairment meet with the learning specialist on an individual or small group basis.

ACADEMIC COUNSELING

Academic/Wellness Counselors work with parents and students to address short term academic concerns and to support interventions for mental or physical health concerns as they arise.  

The Learning Specialist consults with parents and teachers of students with learning issues and assists students in developing learning strategies.

WELLNESS COUNSELING

Academic/Wellness Counselors work with parents and students to address short term academic concerns and to support interventions for mental or physical health concerns as they arise.  

COLLEGE COUNSELING

Students and their parents  work with College Counselors from freshman through senior year.  The four-year plan identifies meetings, milestones and steps.

The standardized testing program provides students and parents feedback about achievement in college readiness and predicted scores for college entrance exams.

Counseling Calendar

College Search Resources

Regina Hermann, Director of Counseling

Mrs. Regina Hermann
Director of Counseling
College Counselor (L-Z)
314-968-1505 ext. 141
rhermann@nerinxhs.org

Debbie Price, Academic and Wellness Counselor

Ms. Deborah Price
 Academic & Wellness Counselor (A-K)
314-968-1505 ext. 138
dprice@nerinxhs.org

Alice Morrison, Academic and Wellness Counselor
Judy Timmons, College Counselor