Walled Lake Northern - Outside Resources and Tutoring
The Counseling Department acknowledges families who are seeking assistance in various areas. Walled Lake Consolidated Schools (WLCS) provides this information as a source for families to consider when looking for resources. WLCS does not endorse nor receive benefits from any of the agencies listed. WLCS encourages families to thoroughly research potential agencies and programs.
How to Find the Right Therapist
Midcourse Correction - For over 20 years Midcourse Correction has run a weekend outdoor challenge camp for at risk youth. Our primary objective is to help incorrigible youth develop self-confidence and a higher concern for the effect their choices have on others. The goal is to be a preventative wake up call for youth that are on a self-destructive path.
Resource Lists for Specific Concerns
Addictions - Agencies assisting with addictions
Domestic Violence - Agencies assisting with domestic violence
Eating Disorders - Agencies assisting with eating disorders
Emergency Psychiatric - Agencies assisting on an emergency basis
Free or Low Cost Serrvices - Free or Low Cost Service Agencies
Gay. Lesbian, & Bisexual - Agencies assisting with sexual orientation
Grief & Trauma - Agencies assisting with grief & loss
Helpful Agencies - Agencies assisting with various concerns
Medical - Agencies assisting with medical issues
Self Injury - Agencies assisting with Self injury and body image
Suicide - Agencies assisting with suicide and prevention
Standardized Testing/Test Preparation
For ACT/SAT test prep and private tutor referrals, please contact Jim Calhoun at 248-956-5007.
SAT / ACT Prep Websites:
All 10th grade students have been tested in 2014. Counselors have reviewed PLAN scores with all sophomores at this time. Please see the following links for information on how to interpret PLAN results:
How to Find a Tutor
The tutoring page is a place to find the type of tutor your child needs. You will be able to request an outside tutor (usually charge a fee) or student tutors looking to earn hours for their honor societies.
For an adult tutor you are willing to pay, please contact Community Education at: 248-956-5000. They will be able to provide instructions on how to secure a tutor in the discipline you need.
After school tutoring will be provided for Northern students by the National Honor Society every Monday after school from 2:30 to 3:30 by Zoom. Sign up each week using the following link and code:
NHS Tutoring Sign-Up code L3ARN