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The Student Services team at RPCS is comprised of counselors, nurses, learning specialists, and others, whose doors are always open to our students. Each girl is her own person. It is our job to figure out what makes each student unique and to establish a relationship that allows her to evolve and thrive. Our team is collaborative and interdisciplinary, while also personalized and discrete, so we may work in teams or individually. We use our collective expertise to help each girl thrive in her mind, body and spirit.
Our nurses, counselors and athletic trainers address health and wellness concerns through educational classes, individual work with students and families, and personalized care and treatment planning when circumstances require it. An important part of our well-rounded approach is the relationships we build and maintain with resources and individuals who are experts in the community outside of our walls. We provide referrals to doctors, nutritionists, concussion experts, psychiatrists, counselors, and more who understand our community.
Our Academic Support Services team develops individual approaches to help students with identified learning differences. We coordinate services, resources, practices, and accommodations to support students’ specific learning needs with outlined goals to monitor their growth. The philosophy of our program is grounded in three intentional themes.
Our students want to see each other succeed. Peer Health Counselors are a group of Upper School students who provide a social-emotional support system to build confidence and instill emotional well-being in their peers. Peer Health Counselors are leaders in our community as they hold school-wide discussions on relevant topics.
Peer Mentors are Upper School students who work with girls in the Lower School and Middle School who are experiencing academic, social or emotional difficulty. Both Peer Health Counselors and Peer Mentors are selected to these leadership positions through an intensive application process. They undergo trainings on drugs and alcohol, diversity, sexual health, relationships, mental health, resilience, and more.
The Student Wellness Organization is an Upper School club whose mission is to foster discussion and collaboration around topics related to mental and physical health.
Students who belong to these groups work tirelessly to better our community as they strive to build each other up. They understand that we are stronger when we work together and support each other.