The high school years are critical in the development of each student as he/she develops life-long beliefs, habits, and practices. Students need support from parents, teachers, school counselors, and church ministers to grow in faith, find God’s purpose for their lives, and the steps they should take to fulfill this purpose. The Academic Guidance Office exists to provide not only academic support and guidance for students, but also guidance in identifying strengths, abilities, and interests and potential careers, college majors, and colleges that fit the individual student. Standardized testing as well as a battery of personal assessments are administered through the academic guidance office. Students and parents are invited to stop by or schedule appointments as desired. A resource room with computer work stations and college literature library is available for students within the Academic Guidance Office. Students are welcome in the resource room for researching colleges and scholarships, completing resumes, completing applications, studying for the SAT or ACT in PrepMe online or for use in working on school assignments.