Counseling at CMH

The Counseling Department at CMH is a great resource for both students and families offering an organized program of activities that are designed to support the spiritual, academic, personal and career/college needs of each student.

  • Each counselor is committed to meet and get to know all of his or her students on an individual basis.
  • Counselors work to assist students and families by mapping out a 4-year high school plan.
  • Outside of day to day assistance that is given, yearly one-on-one conferences are set up with sophomores, juniors and seniors to discuss class selections for the next year along with career and college planning.
  • The Counseling Department also offers a seminar to assist families with the career/college planning process.

2018-2019 Stats

• Class of 2019 earned $13 million dollars in scholarship money
• 96% university matriculation to either a 2- or 4-year college or university
• 4 students joined ROTC from the Class of 2019
• From the Class of 2019, 34 students were admitted to UW-Madison and 36 students enrolled in a Catholic/Jesuit University in the U.S.
• Students from the Class of 2019 were admitted to UCLA, University of Miami, Northeastern, NYU, Dartmouth, Barnard, McGill (Canada), UC-San Diego, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, Purdue, MIAD, Hult International Business School London, Virginia Tech and many more.
• 19 IB Diploma candidates and 10 IB Career-Certificate candidates have participated in the assessments
• 25.3 ACT Composite Score for the Class of 2019
• In 2018-2019, there were 2 National Merit Finalists and 1 National Merit Semi-Finalist
• 5 Division I Athletic Scholarships were given to students in the Class of 2019
• 45 students from the Class of 2019 participated in an ACT workshop sponsored by the Counseling Dept.

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