The counselors are here to help students with their academic achievement, personal and social growth and career development while at Audubon Junior-Senior High School. Our goal for our students is that they become productive and well-adjusted adults. Our doors are always open! We believe that by working together with students and their families we can help students have the best school experience possible. Contact us anytime if we can be of assistance!
No matter where you are in the college search/application process, attending a college fair can help you to obtain valuable information. Admission Counselors from numerous colleges and universities will be available for you to ask questions about their programs, activities, application process, etc. College fairs are free and open to all. This is a fantastic way to learn a great deal without traveling too far.
Course of Study
The curriculum guide is available by clicking on the link below.
2022-2023 Course Guide
The counselors will present the curriculum guide to students in January and February. Following the presentations, counselors will meet individually with students to select courses for the following school year. Recommendations for courses are posted in Parent and Student Genesis. If a student or a parent has a question about a recommendation, we advise that you contact the teacher first to discuss your concerns.
Please note that some courses have prerequisites. These requirements must be met in order for a student to be eligible to participate in any of these courses during the upcoming school year.
If you have additional questions or concerns after speaking with a teacher and/or counselor about a particular course, please contact the Department Supervisor directly.
- Mathematics, Science & World Language - Mr. Nicholson - (856) 547-7695 x4113
- Language Arts, History & Art - Mrs. Reising - (856) 547-7695 x4122
- Physical Education/Health, Industrial Arts, Business & Family/Consumer Science - Mr. Carbone (856) 547-7695 x4130