- School Counselors
- School Based Counseling
- Site Based Social Worker
- Getting Along Together
- College & Career Readiness
Limits of Confidentiality
School Based Counseling
Parents can request for their child to receive counseling services provided by a private counseling agency at school.
Click here to see the procedures outlined by our School Board Policy 2.905.
Contact our director of Special Services for more information.
Ms. Jill Hilst, Director of Special Services
405.261.3067 | Email Ms. Hilst
Below are just a few of the school based counseling services in our area...
Site Based Social Worker
Elementary social workers:
405.350.3465 | email@example.com
405.350.3470 | firstname.lastname@example.org
405.350.3480 | email@example.com
405.350.3475 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Intermediate & High School social workers:
405.350.3420 | email@example.com
405.350.3464 | firstname.lastname@example.org
405.350.3435 | email@example.com
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Workforce Community Hope Center
Suicide & Crisis Lifeline
Access to the food and help you need!
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Latino Community Development Agency
Food for kids - Backpack Program
The Regional Food Bank delivers pre-assembled food sacks to participating schools at no cost to the school or the child. The food bags contain approximately 10 different purchased foods designed to provide nutrition and calories for chronically hungry children over the weekend.
All elementary schools in the Regional Food Bank’s 53-county service area are eligible to participate in the program. Contact your child's school for more information!
Getting Along Together
College & Career Readiness
ICAPThe term ICAP refers to a process that helps students prepare for life after high school. During the ICAP process, your child will participate in a variety of academic and career development activities. Insight gained from these activities will result in a personalized roadmap they can use when navigating college or career plans after high school.
Oklahoma Edge is the Oklahoma State Department of Education's commitment to ensuring all students have the opportunity and support to successfully secure a postsecondary degree or industry certification that reflects each individual’s passions and skills.
GEAR UP is an acronym for Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs. It's a federally funded grant program, designed to increase the number of cohort students who are prepared to enter and succeed in postsecondary instruction.
Educational Talent Search
Upward Bound is a federally funded TRIO program. The goal of the program is to assist high school students in achieving a college education. The Oklahoma State University - Oklahoma City Upward Bound program has operated since 1995. The OSU-Oklahoma City Upward Bound program offers year-round support to participating students throughout their high school years. Once students are accepted into the program they remain in the program until they graduate from high school providing they continue to fulfill the program requirements. After graduation, students can earn up to six-credit hours of summer college classes on the OSU-Oklahoma City campus.
Seal of Biliteracy
"The Oklahoma Seal of Biliteracy is a credential bestowed by the Oklahoma State Department of Education to recognize and honor high school students who have attained a high level of proficiency in one or more languages in addition to English. The Seal of Biliteracy is available to any student who is able to demonstrate biliteracy in English and another language at the Intermediate-Mid or Advanced-Low level. The recognition for attaining biliteracy becomes part of the high school transcript and recognizes the student’s readiness for career, college and engagement as a global citizen.” (OSDE)
To learn how to earn your Seal of Biliteracy, click HERE.
Oklahoma’s Promise allows students who meet certain income, academic and conduct requirements to earn a college or technology center tuition scholarship.
OKC GO Program
The OKCGo Program is available to eligible high school graduates from Western Heights Public High School. As part of a financial aid package, this program can potentially cover all tuition for the completion of one associate’s degree. Fees and books are the responsibility of the student. This unbelievable money saving opportunity is too good to pass up!
Francis Tuttle Technology Center
Project HOPE is a highly-successful dropout prevention and recovery program that helps high school students obtain their diplomas (as well as professional career skills), preparing them for successful employment or pursuit of further education.
Next Step Tuition Waiver
The Next Step Tuition Waiver provides qualifying students with a tuition waiver for one field of study in a long-term Career Training program after graduation. The waiver cannot be used for books, clothing, and any other materials or fees required by their program.
405.350.3465 | firstname.lastname@example.org
405.350.3470 | email@example.com
405.350.3480 | firstname.lastname@example.org
405.350.3475 | email@example.com
405.350.3420 | firstname.lastname@example.org
405.350.3455 | dlkirkwhisd.org
High School Counselors:
405.350.3435 | email@example.com
405.350.3435 | firstname.lastname@example.org
405.350.3435 | email@example.com