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The Work-Based Learning Experience Application Packet is available under Documents to the right of this page. It is also located on the Classwork Tab, under the Home Base section, of our Google Classroom. 

Please note the following deadlines:

August 22, 2022: deadline to have Work-Based Learning on your schedule for the first day of school.
September 12, 2022: deadline to have Work-Based Learning on your schedule in the first semester.

ANY applications received AFTER September 12, 2022 will not be considered for Work-Based Learning until January 24, 2023 (start of second semester), at the earliest.

You can hand in completed applications in person during the summer in the Tech High main office, or you can scan and email them to Mr. Broshkevitch over the summer. In addition, any questions can be emailed to Mr. Broshkevitch, sent by text to his Google Voice number (240.347.1536) or by calling his office number (301.766.8550). 

School Counseling

Today’s young people are living in an exciting time, with an increasingly diverse and mobile society, new technologies and expanding opportunities. To help ensure that they are prepared to become the next generation of parents, workers, leaders and citizens, every student needs support, guidance and opportunities during adolescence, a time of rapid growth and change. Adolescents face unique and diverse challenges, both personally and developmentally, that impact academic achievement.

Secondary School Students’ Developmental Needs

High school is the final transition into adulthood and the world of work as students begin separating from parents and exploring and defining their independence. Students are deciding who they are, what they do well, and what they will do when they graduate. During these adolescent years, students are evaluating their strengths, skills and abilities. The biggest influence is their peer group. They are searching for a place to belong and rely on peer acceptance and feedback. They face increased pressures regarding risk behaviors involving sex, alcohol and drugs while exploring the boundaries of more acceptable behavior and mature, meaningful relationships. They need guidance in making concrete and compounded decisions. They must deal with academic pressures as they face high-stakes testing, the challenges of college admissions, the scholarship and financial aid application process and entrance into a competitive job market. 

Secondary School Counselors Support Student Achievement

  • Academic planning/support
  • Crisis management
  • Parent advising and conferencing
  • Personal/social skills development
  • Post-secondary college and career planning
  • Scholarship/financial search process
  • Transitioning
  • Whole-school, small-group, classroom, and individual advising 

Contact the counselor for:

  • Academic programming
  • Post-secondary and career advising
  • Personal/social counseling