The Guidance Department consists of six full-time counselors who are each assigned to a specific grade level. Counselors work collaboratively with students and their families by exploring present problematic situations, developing and navigating possible solutions, and encouraging students to achieve personal goals.

Counselors are available on a regular basis to students, parents, and teachers in order to best assist in the social and psychological development of the young men at Brother Martin. Counselors employ a variety of techniques and provide a wide range of counseling services. Students, parents, and teachers are encouraged to initiate contact with the appropriate counselor for help.

Materials revealed in counseling will remain strictly confidential except under circumstances in which a student expresses an intent to harm himself or someone else or if there is reasonable suspicion of child abuse or neglect.

Health Education Resources

Guidance Dept. Resources

Junior Parent:
College Seminar Presentation

Executive Functioning Presentation

"A Few Things to Know as a Parent of a Teen with ADHD"

Mrs. Jill Gomez, M.Ed.
Director of Formation
Mrs. Colleen Martinolich, M.Ed.
College Placement Counselor
Mrs. Judy Maldonado
Assistant College Counselor
Mr. Alexander Becnel '08, M.A. 
8th Grade Counselor
Mrs. Joneil Galey,
Director of Guidance
9th Grade Counselor

Mr. Paul Marcello '12, M.Ed.
10th Grade Counselor
Mr. Griffin Gremillion, M.Ed.
11th Grade Counselor
Mr. Michael Lemmon, M.S.
12th Grade Counselor


Academic Assistance and Interventions Program

The Academic Assistance and Interventions Program is designed to address the needs of those students who have recently undergone educational and/or psychological evaluation through a licensed psychologist. Those students may be eligible for admission to the Academic Assistance and Interventions Program based on the diagnosed condition. The program is overseen by a committee that reviews all pertinent educational information and determines if a student is eligible for additional classroom accommodations that may assist him in achieving his academic potential.

The Academic Assistance and Interventions Program does not address the needs of students requiring Special Education nor does it offer remedial courses. Students whose learning difficulties require ongoing services such as long-term individual tutoring, speech therapy, or reading remediation must receive these services from outside sources. Students participating in the Academic Assistance and Interventions Program will be required to meet all academic expectations for graduation.

College Placement
Standardized Testing