Counseling Center

The Counseling Center welcomes each student as a unique individual gifted with special talents. It is our mission to assist each student in discovering him/herself, understanding his/her relationships with others, and achieving his/her potential. We aim to provide students with the necessary resources to develop decision-making skills with regard to his/her own learning, as well as his/her personal, social, and career developmental needs.

Who is my counselor?
Students are assigned a counselor alphabetically dependent on their last name
  • Kim Forystek / (262) 654-8651 ext. 136 - Last names from A-K
  • Caitlyn Cheslock / (262) 654-8651 ext. 121 - Last names from L-Z
Recommendation Forms

The following forms will be used to write Letters or Recommendations from the Counselors for our students.  All current juniors must have these forms to their counselor by March 31st.

Click here for the Parent Form.

Click here for the Student Form.

What is the FAFSA?

The FAFSA, officially known as the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, is a form that families fill out to apply for scholarships, federal grants, loans, and work-study funds for college students. NEW THIS YEAR is that FAFSA filing begins on October 1, 2016. The FAFSA is administered by the U.S. Department of Education. Click the link below for the FAFSA website: FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) Website


All 11th graders take the PSAT.  Questions on the PSAT are designed to help students prepare for the SAT.  The PSAT provides a personalized analysis of a student's area of weakness as well as specific suggestions for how to improve. Score reports show a numerical score of 20-80 for each area measured: Critical Reading, Mathematics and Writing Skills.  By adding a zero the PSAT scores equate to SAT score of 200-800.  Students are also given an access code to My College QuickStart™ that allows them to go online to see their projected SAT scores, learn how to improve them, review each test question, along with their answers and correct answers, and find critical college and career planning information.  PSAT - Understanding Your Results.


The ACT is a standardized test for high school achievement and college admissions in the United States produced by ACT, Inc.  At SJCA, our students consistently score above the local, state, and national averages. SJCA students may take the ACT at any location. The ACT is administered throughout the year.  Every year all spaces fill up.  Please register early. To register, or for more information, click here to access the ACT website. The ACT Registration Code for SJCA is 501-007.


Scores for the ACT ASPIRE were sent to families the week of September 12. To learn more about the ASPIRE test, click here.


Click here for the 4-year high school plan.


Join us on Saturday, April 29 from 5 - 11 p.m. at the SJCA Upper Campus for the Athletic Association's biggest fundraiser of the year - The Century Dinner!  For tickets, contact the Athletic Department at (262) 654-8651 ext. 133.