Dombek Named New Director of Guidance & School Counseling

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st peter paulSaints Peter and Paul High School is pleased to announce the appointment of Rachel Dombek as its new Director of Guidance & College Counseling. Rachel brings experience in both school and private practice counseling, most recently working as a family and child behavioral consultant with Ocean Front Counseling in Annapolis. Rachel has also worked as a school counselor in the Bellefonte Area and Mifflin County school districts in Pennsylvania.

With a B.S. in Counseling Psychology from Mansfield University, and a M.Ed. in School Counseling from Penn State, Rachel is a National Certified Counselor (NCC) as well as a certified school counselor in both Maryland and Pennsylvania. Rachel brings a diverse skill set to the position, including guidance curriculum, large/small group facilitation, individualized goal-setting and planning, academic and career advisement, adolescent and family mental health support, and student scheduling and placement.

At Saints Peter and Paul High School, Rachel will oversee a Guidance Office that will focus on the delivery of a comprehensive counseling program that will include academic planning, the college search and preparation process, as well as counseling and education related to students’ overall well-being.

On the opportunity to come to Saints Peter and Paul, Ms. Dombek stated, “I am excited and honored to join Saints Peter and Paul High School as the new Director of Guidance & College Counseling. I am delighted to be a part of such a well-respected and dynamic learning community where I will have the opportunity to help inspire our future Sabre leaders. I look forward to meeting and working with all of our students and parents!”

Principal Jim Nemeth commented, “We are excited to have Rachel join the Saints Peter and Paul family. As we continue to position our Guidance Office to most effectively meet the needs of our students and families, Rachel’s expertise, energy and work ethic will be an outstanding addition to the Sabre community.”

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