• COLLEGE AND CAREER

    Guidance Department

Guidance Counselors

As members of the Guidance Office at South Technical High School, we are dedicated to helping our students become capable, responsible and productive members of families, communities and a global society. This is accomplished through the implementation of the Comprehensive Model Guidance Program and by respecting and promoting the development of the individual.

Russ Andrews

Russ Andrews

Sally Difani

Sally Difani

College and Career Counselor

314-989-7470

Carla Shaughnessy

Carla Shaughnessy

Guidance & Student Services

The personnel of the Technical Education Guidance Department hold advanced degrees in counseling. The guidance staff works with students, parents, sending schools, outside agencies and employers to assist the students’ in educational planning, personal counseling, and career planning.

  • INDIVIDUAL COUNSELING
    Interaction between a counselor and a student occurs in an environment in which the student may freely explore ideas, feelings, and behaviors. Counselors respect the privacy of information, always considering actions in terms of the rights, integrity, and welfare of students. Law and ethical standards obligate the designated school personnel to report and to refer cases where a person’s welfare is in jeopardy.
  • CAREER AND COLLEGE PLACEMENT
    A career and college placement counselor is particularly instrumental in assisting students in college planning, placement, and providing career awareness such as:
    • Facilitate the college application process along with post-secondary alternatives
    • Provide the information on appropriate placement tests, transcripts, and the scholarship process
    • Serve as the liaison for military and post-secondary technical training, assisting senior level internship programs, and the primary contact for college articulation credits
    • Assist in helping students to develop good interviewing techniques, acquiring ethical behavior for promoting success in the workplace, and understanding techniques for evaluating personal success in the job
  • CLASSROOM GUIDANCE ACTIVITIES
    Topics may include long range planning for students with regard to further education and appropriate technical choice. Counselors may also be asked by classroom teachers to assist in particular classroom units.
  • SMALL GROUP COUNSELING
    Small group counseling or support groups help students when going through a transition, crisis, or a concern common to all members.

Programs Served

  • Automotive Technology
  • Auto Body
  • Carpentry
  • Construction Trades
  • Cosmetology
  • Construction Innovations
  • Construction Methods and Materials
  • Electrical Trades
  • Firefighting/Emergency Medical Technician
  • Graphic Design
  • Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning
  • Law Enforcement
  • Motorcycle and Small Engine Technology
  • Precision Machining
  • Welding

Programs Served

  • CISCO Networking Academy
  • Culinary Arts
  • Dental Sciences
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Electronics and Robotics Engineering
  • Floor Layers Middle Apprenticeship
  • Health Sciences
  • IT and Graphic Design • Computer Applications
  • Law Enforcement
  • Pharmacy Sciences
  • Pre-Professional Health Sciences Academy
  • South Tech Makes
  • Veterinary Assistant
  • Web and Computer Programming

More Information

  • Fax Number: 314.989.7485
  • Secretary: Marilyn Montibeller, 314.989.7416
  • ISM's Transportion ID's: Anita Weibert, 314.989.7411
Auto Body Students attend I-CAR and Collision Repair Job Fair

Auto Body Students attend I-CAR and Collision Repair Job Fair

Instructor Ken Neuman felt the job fair was an ideal place to bring potential employees and employers together as he said they were “surrounded by automotive nirvana!”

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Engineering Students are Two-Time Winners of Gateway Robotics Challenge

Engineering Students are Two-Time Winners of Gateway Robotics Challenge

"Our students competed with grace and professionalism. I was very proud of how they handled the pressure of this competition. They are very excited about the upcoming FIRST Robotics Season which begins in January 2018,” said Electronics and Robotics Engineering instructor Mr. Rola.

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Financial Aid Basics Workshop at the Scholarship Foundation

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National ACT Test Date

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University of Missouri – Columbia College Visit

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SIU-E School of Nursing Visit Day

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Missouri Army National Guard Visit

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Missouri Baptist University Visit

Construction Parent Night

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University of Central Missouri Choose Red Day

UMSL Visit

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Fontbonne University Visit

Emergency Management Explorers Meeting – POSTPONED UNTIL 10/24/17

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Webster University Visit

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Maryville University Dawg Day

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Special School District Notice of Non-Discrimination and Accommodation

Special School District does not discriminate or tolerate discrimination, harassment, and/or retaliation against an individual based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation or perceived sexual orientation, ancestry, disability, veteran status, age, or activity protected by federal or state law in its programs, activities and employment and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. Direct inquiries and complaints under this policy to Special School District’s Director – Compliance Liaison, 12110 Clayton Road, St. Louis, Missouri 63131, telephone (314) 989-8100 or to the U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights, One Petticoat Lane, 1010 Walnut Street, 3rd Floor, Suite 320, Kansas City, Missouri 64106, telephone (816) 268-0550, fax (816) 268-0599, TDD (800) 877-8339, email OCR.KansasCity@ed.gov Information about the existence and location of services, activities, and facilities accessible to impaired persons can be obtained from the Special School District’s Director – Compliance Liaison at the phone number and address listed above.