All students should have full and equal access to all educational and enrichment opportunities.
All students have dignity and worth and are valued in the school counseling program.
All students' ethnic, cultural, racial, sexual differences and special needs are considered in the planning and implementation of the school counseling program.
All students have access to a full-time, state-certified, master's-degree-level school counselor to deliver the counseling program.
And that the Fairfax High School comprehensive school counseling program:
Utilizes a professional learning community to establish best practices.
Identifies specific goals and developmental competencies for all students.
Uses data and accountability strategies to drive program development and evaluation.
Plans and coordinates activities with other schools, staff, parent or guardian and community representatives.
Actively monitors students' progress and analyzes data.
Provides equitable opportunities for students and families to gain pertinent information regarding education and developmental needs.
Provides collaborative networks for all students that include parents/guardians, community members and school stakeholders.
Advocates and provides support for students to develop positive character traits and skills to become productive citizens and life-long learners.
Is evaluated by a counseling supervisor on school-specific goals.
And that all counselors in Fairfax High School:
Abide by the professional school counseling ethics as advocated by the American School Counselor Association.
Participate in professional development activities essential to maintain a quality school counseling program.