Counseling & Academic Affairs

Academic Affairs

At Austin Catholic, we encourage our students to go beyond STEM (the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics), and into the STREAM, a holistic education philosophy that also embraces religion and the arts.

Art teacher Mr. Littlejohn instructs Nicole N.

In addition to our competitive science, technology, engineering, and mathematics course offerings, our Augustinian values and Catholic faith inform the students’ daily lives at Austin. With a full fine and applied arts curriculum, students can experience the joy of creativity and appreciation of life’s beauty. This is how we define the comprehensive, liberal arts education your student will receive at Austin Catholic.

Please see our curriculum guide below for more information, or contact Dean of Academic Affairs, Mrs. Linville, at or (586) 200-0143 x 118.

Austin Catholic School Profile

2016-2017 Course Catalog

2016-2017 Calendar

16-17 Bell Schedule


The mission and responsibility of the Counseling Department is to advocate for students. We seek to develop a relationship with each student and become cognizant of the students’ academic, personal, social and spiritual strengths and weaknesses. We assist students in their developmental growth from freshman year through senior year and strive to maximize their potential in every way possible in partnership with parents and teachers.

Please follow our School Counselor, Ms. Hawkins, on Twitter! Or contact her at or (586) 200-0143 x 119.

Some of the Many Services We Provide:

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academic counseling
personal counseling
parent teacher consultations
referral to counseling agencies
career education exploration
college selection
financial aid workshops
job shadowing
parent orientations
parent workshops
freshman parent night
junior college info night
organization & study skills assistance
classroom presentations on social issues