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Counseling & Wellness

SI provides comprehensive personal, academic, college, and wellness counseling services to meet the needs of our students.

The Counseling Department is structured so that students will have a personal and academic counselor all four years, and a college counselor from the second semester of sophomore year through their senior year. Our mental health professionals in the wellness program are available by referral or drop-in to provide additional support and resources.

Personal and Academic Counseling

Personal and academic counselors help guide students' choices on their course of study at SI, but are also available as advisers and sounding boards for anything else in their lives. Go to the Counseling Center.

College Counseling

College counselors provide insight and advice on finding the right college for each student. SI's approach is intensely personalized and tailored to individual students' needs, abilities, and interests. Go to the Counseling Center.


Wellness staff are available for informal student check-ins, brief individual counseling, group counseling, consultation on all health- and wellness-related issues, crisis intervention whenever necessary, and off-campus referral coordination. Go to the Wellness Center.

SI Statement of Commitment

St. Ignatius College Preparatory is committed to providing safe and healthy environments for our youth.  This commitment is expressed in our Student/Parent Handbook, Faculty/Staff Handbook, and in the Archdiocese of San Francisco’s child and youth protection policies. Any concerns, suspicions, or allegations of misconduct involving clergy, employees, volunteers, or children attending Catholic schools, parish religious education programs, or other church-related events, should be reported first to civil authorities. Subsequently, they should be reported to the Archdiocesan Victim Assistance Coordinator.

For further information on this sensitive topic, or to contact the Archdiocese Victim Assistance Coordinator, please visit the Archdiocese's Protecting Children website.