Guidance

Welcome to Sebastian Middle School’s Guidance Page

Mr. Darren Tagliarini – All 6th grade students and 7th grade students with the last name A – L    
(904) 547-3846       Email
: [email protected]

Ms. Fortune – All 8th grade students and 7th grade students with the last name M – Z
(904) 547-3846         Email:  [email protected]

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Some important information

High School Advanced Programs 3.2.18

Late APPLICATION 18-19

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Community Hospice Camp Healing Powers 

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8th Grade Important Information

 8th Grade High School Transition Information

MS Blitz flyer 2018-19

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AICE Fact Sheet

IB Brochure 2017

IB Presentation Academy Night 2017

Educational Resources

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Test Taking Strategies

Guidance Resources

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Mental Health Resources NutritionYouth Activity/Family Aide Resources

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Youth Activity/Family Aide Resources

Guidance Services

St. Johns County Schools have guidance departments in each one of it’s schools. Our counselors’ statement of guidance philosophy is as follows: ST. JOHNS COUNTY GUIDANCE OBJECTIVES We believe and adhere to:

  • The work, dignity, and uniqueness of the student.
  • Respect for and acceptance of the student as he/she comes to us with the values of his/her social and cultural environment.
  • The students capacity for self-actualization, self-determination, and self-discipline.
  • Provide significant and holistic counseling techniques for the maximum potential of students.
  • Guidance as an integral part of creating life-long leaders and global citizens.
  • Guidance services for students that are primarily developmental and preventative.
  • A guidance program which is supportive to the total school curriculum.
  • Cooperative relationship involving school, home, and community.
  • The constant striving of counselors for improvement and professional growth in order to facilitate this philosophy.