At Divine Child High School, our counseling department offers college, academic, personal, grief/crisis, and transition counseling tailored to the individual needs of each of our students. Our administrators, Parish priests, Campus Life Director, and a licensed social worker are available to offer assistance.

Instructional Support Program

Divine Child High School has instructional specialists on staff to assist students diagnosed with developmental, physical, emotional or cognitive challenges directly affecting their ability to learn. Completely mainstreamed into our college preparatory curriculum, students with mild learning disabilities, ADD/ADHD, mild autism, cerebral palsy and hearing/visual impairments have all experienced academic success at Divine Child. We work with students to develop individual study and test-taking strategies while helping them build a sense of independence and strong, clear self-advocacy skills.

College Preparation

In order to prepare our Falcons for college and adult life, we offer the following:

  • Naviance Family Connection: a comprehensive college and career readiness program.
  • PSAT: free standardized testing to prepare students for the SAT.

College Visit Calendar

Graduation Requirements
Scholarships and Financial Aid
Approved NCAA Classes Offered at Divine Child
Standardized Test Links
Test Prep
Free SAT Prep-Khan Academy

How-To Video Resources
How to Request a Transcript:
How to Request a Letter of Recommendation:
The Common Application Part 1:
The Common Application Part 2/Recommenders/Linking Common App Account to


Department Leader/College and Career Counselor
Lisa Neale

Instructional Specialist
Regina Dunn ’88
Freshman Counselor
Mary Reda
Sophomore/Junior/Senior Counselor (Last names A – K)
Christine Geoghegan ’95
Social Worker
Leslie Rohr ’00
Instructional Specialist
Brian Leslie ’07
Instructional Specialist
Anna Yanke
Sophomore/Junior/Senior Counselor (Last names L – Z)
Amanda Bashore


The mission of the Divine Child High School Counseling Department is to promote and enhance student success through, guidance, counseling, advocacy, and collaboration with parents, teachers, and administrators. Markers of student success include academic achievement, positive behavior, strong character, and career/college readiness.


Every student will acquire the academic, career, and personal/social skills to reach their fullest educational potential and successfully manage their lives as healthy, responsible, competent and productive citizens who respect themselves and others.

Student Safety

National Suicide Prevention Hotline and 24/7 Online Chat

No matter what problems you are dealing with, we want to help you find a reason to keep living. By calling 1-800-273-TALK (8255) you’ll be connected to a skilled, trained counselor at a crisis center in your area, anytime 24/7. The 24/7 online chat feature can be found here.


A program designed to empower Michigan students, parents, school personnel, community mental health service programs, and law enforcement to share and respond to student safety threats. Information submitted to OK2SAY is CONFIDENTIAL, so your identity is safe.  Tips can be submitted 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Tips can be submitted by phone, text, email, mobile app or web form! Click here.