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Guidance Counseling

WHY?

Each student’s greatest asset is his/her individuality. At SICAS Senior, we are dedicated to helping students recognize their uniqueness and cultivate their talent. Our work begins the day a student joins our institution, in developing a relationship which will allow us to aid each student in becoming the best he/she can be.

We recognize no boundaries and commit our energies to helping our students achieve their dreams, no matter how obscure or unlikely. Our payback is their future success and the pure joy on their faces the day they secure admissions or win scholarships!

The counselors ensure that every student is able to identify his/ her dream career, and then has all the tools to construct this dream into reality.

HOW?

The guidance-counseling department has an open door policy. Students can meet the counselors during office hours. Scheduling an appointment is strongly recommended so that the counselor can pay undivided attention to the student.

Further, the counseling department organizes workshops and information sessions so that students are up-to-date about choices and opportunities and have a good idea as to how they can go about the application processes. Such workshops/sessions rely heavily on student feedback. If the student falls into the relevant group, it is mandatory for him/her to attend these sessions. For example, if the workshop is about Chartered Accountancy as a career choice, all Accounting students must attend it.

WHAT?

The counselors guide and facilitate the students in the following realms:

  • Subject choice
  • Career choice
  • Standardized Test Preparation
  • College/university choice
  • Application process (essay, recommendation letters)
  • Financial aid and scholarships

Abu Bakr Gul

Simon Fraser University, Canada Dalhousie University, Canada

Hamza Imran

Manchester University, UK Cardiff University, UK

Ashab Shehzad

Vanderbilt University (with 100% scholarship)

Hassan Shahid Khan

Acadia University, Canada University of Waterloo, Canada University of Alberta, Canada American University of Sharjah, UAE

Anam Siddiq Kuresh

iLahore University of Management Sciences, Pakistan University of Toronto, Canada

Khawaja Mohammed Akbar

London School of Economics

Asadullah

University of York, UK Sussex University, UK University of Southampton, UK University of Essex, UK University of Surrey, UK McMaster University, Canada

Khawaja Muhammad Yawar

University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA Ohio State University, USA Pennsylvania State University, USA

Muhammad Mujtaba Farooqi

Purdue University, USA Iowa State University, USA

Misha Mehmood

Mcgill University London School of Economics

Muhammad Musa Najamuddin

Lahore University of Management Sciences, Pakistan Danforth Scholarship Nominee for University of Washington Allama Iqbal Medical College

Saad Moazzam

bimon Fraser University, Canada Dalhousie University, Canada

Shehroze Nawaz Cheema

University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA Lahore University of Management Sciences, Pakistan

Umer Shakoor

Selkirk College Kaslo, Canada

Zain Butt

Stony Brook College, City University of New York, USA Queens College, City University of New York, USA Brooklyn College, City University of New York, USA NYC Tech College, City University of New York, USA York College, City University of New York, USA Staten Island College, City University of New York, USA

Muhammad Hashim Rizwan

University of Waterloo, Canada University of Western Ontario, Canada

Asad Ahmed

Secondary School Program, Harvard Summer school, USA

Daniyal Shafiq Butt

Secondary School Program, Harvard Summer school, USA University of California at Berkley (Medical School Program)