THS Counseling Webpage
The Counseling Office seeks to promote and support the well-being of every student in their academic, career, and personal/social goals.
- Grade Level
- Alternative Schooling
- Community Resources
- Mental Health Activities
Meet Your School Counseling Staff!
Please click the appropriate grade level below.
Each grade level page will offer important information regarding testing, registration, grade level checklists, and other helpful tips. Please contact your counselor if you have any questions or concerns.
Robert Kupper Learning Center (RKLC)
"RKLC is an alternative school for students who have not been successful in the traditional education setting. The center houses two high school programs (Milwaukee Street Academy and EXCEL), and the Decisions program, as well as the pupil services staff including the Director of Pupil Services, school psychologists, a school nurse, physical therapists, and occupational therapists."
Rural Virtual Academy (RVA)
> Tomah High School partners with RVA to offer students an alternative education to that of a classroom setting. Students participating in this RVA-THS partnership will be required to complete the same 26.5 credits as their in-building counterparts. Students looking to apply to RVA should contact their school counselor for assistance. More information can be obtained by clicking the link below.
> Students may also take courses, not offered in-building at THS, online with RVA. If you are interested in what courses you could take with RVA, please contact your school counselor for more information.
Please view registration video by clicking the link below...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=id7m9-BfpGY
Please note that the 4-year pathway maps are a suggestion of courses to take within that pathway/career area. If you do not know what you wish to pursue as a career, please explore some courses to see where your passion lies.
As per Wisconsin's state requirement, Tomah High School students participate in an Academic Career Plan (ACP) throughout all grade levels. Participating in an ACP assists students in understanding various career options, as well as taking time to make a future plan. As stated on WI DPI website, "ACP is intended to equip students and their families with the tools necessary to make more informed choices about postsecondary education and training as it leads to careers" (Academic & Career Planning 2018).
Below is a pdf of the Academic Career Plan for Tomah High School:
“Academic & Career Planning (ACP).” Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, 5 Oct. 2018, dpi.wi.gov/acp.