AAI Counseling & Support
Angela Steuart, School Counselor
Angela Steuart earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Weber State University in 2015 and a master’s degree in Educational Psychology with a School Counseling Emphasis in 2017. Angela’s theoretical orientation to counseling is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). While school practitioners cannot provide therapy in the school setting, CBT is a framework that analyzes student behavior by looking at the thought processes of children and adolescents. She applies this philosophy to the counseling setting. For reasons of practicality and application, Angela also integrates a solution-focused approach while providing individual counseling. Angela is focused on the individual. She enjoys interacting with students, finding out who they are as an individual, and exploring ways for them to be successful in their educational pursuits.
Cecile Robertson, Scheduling Coordinator
Cecile Robertson is a native of Southern California where she enjoyed the beach — whether it was walking along the pier, riding the waves on a boogie board, or just listening to the ocean crash while watching the sunset. She attended Mt. San Antonio College and the University of California Riverside where she studied to be a paralegal. Following her education, she worked at several law firms which eventually brought her to Utah at the age of 27. Eventually, Cecile decided she needed a change of scenery and ventured out into the world as a flight attendant for a few years. She married and became the mother of two children, which kept her busy at home for a time.
It was only a few years later that she reinvented herself as a virtual tour photographer in the tourism and real estate industry. As her children grew, she worked as a teaching assistant and in customer service while attending Stringham Real Estate School. She graduated as a licensed real estate agent in 2018. Cecile joined the AAI team in 2020 as the scheduling coordinator in the counseling department. In her current role, Cecile enjoys the opportunity to interact with and support students, parents, teachers, and staff and to achive the goals set forth collectively by the counseling team.
Counseling Calendar & Course Catalogue
2021 - 2022 Counseling Calendar
2021-2022 Course Catalogue
View AAI's full 2020 - 2021 course catalog online. Discover new course offerings, in-depth class descriptions, required texts and materials, course policies, and more!
SafeUT Crisis Chat & Tip Line
The SafeUT Crisis Text and Tip Line app provides 24/7 access to crisis counseling and school tip reporting for students and their parents and guardians that live in the state of Utah. After installing the app you can connect directly to the UNI CrisisLine or report a confidential tip on bullying, school threats of violence, or concern about someone in crisis. CrisisLine staff can assist with a wide variety of problems, including emotional crisis, grief and loss, drug and alcohol problems, mental health issues, self-harm, and suicidal behavior.
FOR CRISIS CALL: 833-372-3388 (833-3SAFEUT)
AAI provides multiple learning options to meet the individual needs of students and families. With three options to choose from, we can support your student at school, at home, or abroad.
Career & Technical Education Pathways
Career and Technical Education provides all students access to high-quality, rigorous career-focused programs that result in attainment of credentials with labor market value. Skill certifications are aligned with standards and objectives set by the state of Utah. Certifications are awarded based upon student’s knowledge and performance. CTE Pathways offered at AAI include:
Concurrent Enrollment & Dual Credit Programs
AAI students have multiple opportunities in which they can earn college credit while enrolled in high school. Students may take up to two courses per semester at Salt Lake Community College for college credit or enroll in a certification program at Mountainland Technical College. Dual Credit programs may be pursued by AAI students who are performing at a collegiate level. College credits awarded by Southern Utah University or Snow College may be transferred to any other college of choice.
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The new Utah System of Higher Education includes eight technical colleges, two community colleges, four regional universities, and two research universities. By statute, there are three programming categories: technical education, Career and Technical Education, and academic education.