Rockhurst Counseling Department

As part of the Academic Enhancement program, the Counseling Department offers support services for students with learning differences. Students with diagnosed learning differences have been successful in courses offered at Rockhurst High School and can be among the most gifted academic performers.
Academic success with a learning difference requires a Rockhurst student to possess certain qualities:
      • Ability to self-advocate
      • Willingness to work at the level of his Rockhurst peers
      • Self-monitoring skills with work and behavior
      • Perseverance
      • Excellent parental support
Counselors help students with Dyslexia, ADD/ADHD and other specified learning differences to work toward and achieve their academic potential. Support and limited classroom accommodations are provided depending on the specific needs of the individual, including extra time for exams and preferential seating. To be considered, parents should send results of their student's diagnostic learning differences testing to Scott Reagan, Academic Services Coordinator.    

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Counseling Department Office

  • Office Hours: School days, 7:45 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
  • Individual counselors are available at additional times.
  • Use the school counselor contact information on the School Counseling landing page to contact a counselor and/or email to schedule an appointment.