ACADEMICS

Guidance Office

The aim of guidance is to enable each student to understand his abilities, interests and personality traits, to develop them as well as possible, and to relate them to his life goals. Counselors also establish a state of mature self-guidance as they encourage and aid the student to make wise decisions, and many times becoming sounding boards for any personal problems he may encounter.

The Guidance Department at Catholic Central plays an important role in assisting students in their various needs and helping them to achieve their goals. 
Resources provided by the Guidance Department: 
  • College Preparatory Presentations/Documents
  • Course Selection Booklet
  • ACT/SAT preparation and information
  • Naviance Student
  • Resource page for Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors
To access these resources, please login by clicking 'myCC' at the top right of the website, then click 'Resources' and the appropriate page depending on your class.

Drop-Down Information

List of 3 frequently asked questions.

  • Summer School

    A student who fails the first semester of a full-year course but successfully completes the second semester will be given a full unit of credit. The student will receive a D- in place of the failing grade received in the first semester. 

    The failure of two subjects will mean that the student is not entitled to return to Catholic Central in the following academic semester. 

    A student who fails any course must make up the course in a Summer School program before the beginning of the following academic year. He may not repeat the course during the regular term at Catholic Central. The summer school grade will appear on the student's transcript, and the average of both grades will replace the failing mark. Failure of a Theology class requires that the deficiency be made up during Summer School. An individual project assigned by the Director of Theology must be completed during the Summer School term. 

    If a student chooses to attend Summer School to upgrade a final mark received on his report card, the Summer School grade will appear on the student's transcript. The average of both grades will replace the original grade, which will be computed in his cumulative grade point average. 

    Enrichment courses (any course not offered by Catholic Central) will appear on the student's transcript but will not be computed in his cumulative grade point average. At the end of each semester, those students failing to reach a C- average minimum will be placed on academic probation. Students who fail to maintain a C- average for each year will be asked not to return.
  • Work Permit

    Please visit the Guidance Office or michigan.gov to retrieve your work permit
    • CA-6 for students under the age of 16  
    • CA-7 for students16 and 17 years of age
    Student/Parent complete section I

    Have your employer complete section II

    When both sections I & II are completed the Guidance Office can complete section III. The original work permit will go back to your employer, a copy will be kept in the Guidance Office.


Our Team:

List of 7 members.

  • Photo of Alan Barker

    Mr. Alan Barker 

    Counselor
    248.596.3855
    Bio
  • Photo of Kimberly Bennett

    Mrs. Kimberly Bennett 

    Counselor
    248.596.3856
    Bio
  • Photo of Ashley Diehl

    Mrs. Ashley Diehl 

    Counselor
    248.596.3854
    Bio
  • Photo of Sarah Flagg

    Ms. Sarah Flagg 

    Counselor
    248.596.3853
    Bio
  • Photo of Carol Jung

    Mrs. Carol Jung 

    Guidance Administrative Assistant
    248.596.3851
  • Photo of Patrick O'Brien

    Mr. Patrick O'Brien 

    Counselor
    248.596.3852
    Bio
  • Photo of Jodi Siberski

    Mrs. Jodi Siberski 

    Student Wellness Counselor
    248.596.3857
    Bio

Recent News:

List of 3 news stories.

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