The 2021–2022 Advisory Program at Lick-Wilmerding integrates four key strands:
Advisory happens twice a rotation in 30-minute small group sessions, grade-level class meetings, one-on-one conferences and in the school-wide retreat program.
Advisors at LWHS strive to ensure that every student is known, understood and supported.
The advisory program prioritizes building an inclusive school in helping students practice the skills needed to live and thrive in a diverse community.
Advisors serve as a first point of contact between a student’s home and the school and are informed and included in issues involving their advisees, whether social-emotional, belonging, or academic in nature. In collaboration with members of the Student Support Services Team (3S) and teaching faculty, advisors provide or connect students with the resources they need to be successful at LWHS.