Oliver's Counseling Office
Oliver's Counseling Staff
Learn about LifeLines Prevention Curriculum. A curriculum that is used at all the middle schools in Broken Arrow.
Some of the Services Provided by the counseling office
1. Setting up conferences
2. Helping with course selection
3. Suggesting ways to improve study skills
4. Testing and interpreting test results
5. Career and educational planning
6. Community resource referrals
7. Helping with personal problems and concerns
Students may sign up in the office before school, after school, or between classes to see a counselor. Counselors will then call the student out of class to speak with him or her.
Family & Children’s Services is now offering school-based counseling at Oliver. They offer individual, group and family therapy options to help students with things like anxiety, ADHD, anger management, depression and disruptive behavior.
For more information please contact the counseling office at 918-259-4590.
State Testing Information
We understand that schedules are busy, but it is VERY important that students be present for all testing dates. Please try to schedule doctor’s and other appointments around these dates and times as your child will be more successful testing in their normal classroom environment. Test makeup sessions will cause your student to miss more class time.
Oklahoma’s Promise Program
Oklahoma’s Promise is a unique program set up by Oklahoma legislatures for 8-10 grade students that will help pay for college tuition. To qualify, he parents' federal adjusted gross income must not exceed $55K per year at the time the student applies for the program. For more information, please visit www.okhighered.org/okpromise.
DUKE 7th Grade Talent Identification Program
The 7th Grade Talent Search, which focuses on the identification, recognition, and support of high-ability students, offers qualifying seventh grade students the opportunity to take college entrance exams alongside high school students. Many 7th Grade Talent Search participants go on to earn exceptionally high scores. Students qualify for the TIP program through State Testing Scores from 5th or 6th grade.
Duke TIP offers a wide array of services to students at critical points in their education. Duke TIP enjoys a long history of supporting and extending local efforts to better understand, motivate, enrich, and academically challenge the brightest students in our nation.
For more information about Duke TIP programs, contact Duke TIP at 919-668-9100 or download an overview of programs and services at http://tip.duke.edu/.
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