Lower School

Counseling Services

School Counseling and Learning Services

St. Elizabeth faculty and staff are committed to the overall development of our students. We recognize that each individual learns differently, so we make it a priority to implement support services that empower students to become self-sufficient, successful learners. Our support faculty works with our counseling office to provide additional assistance and resources to those experiencing academic, social, emotional or behavioral difficulties in the classroom.

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  • Scholastica Mentor Program

    The Scholastica Mentor program is part of the bridge program between the St. Elizabeth Lower School and the St. Elizabeth High School. The high school members of Scholastica mentors strive to make a difference in the life of their lower school student through: academics, friendship and confidence. The program gives high school students an opportunity to experience the fundamentals of a future career focusing on working with children.
  • BRIDGE Program

    The primary purpose of this BRIDGE Program is to support the families, teachers and students of both the
    St. Elizabeth high school and the middle school so that all students :

    • Transition successfully from elementary school to middle school
    • Transition successfully from middle school into Junior high and then  the high school
    • Prepare all students to be successful: academically, socially and emotionally. 

Counseling & Learning Support Faculty:

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  • Photo of Elizabeth Stamper

    Elizabeth Stamper 

    School Counselor
  • Photo of Rebecca VanderMeulen

    Rebecca VanderMeulen 

St. Elizabeth School recognizes that all individuals learn differently. The Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) Coordinator offers guidance, collates all appropriate documentation, teaches study skill strategies and acts as an academic coach for these students throughout their career.  The SSD Coordinator also acts as a liaison between the teacher, student, and parent/guardian to ensure that all appropriate accommodations are met.