Our Beliefs

  • ALL STUDENTS have dignity and worth.
    ALL STUDENTS have the right to a safe & nurturing instructional environment which supports & enhances academic achievement.
    ALL STUDENTS' ethnic, cultural, & racial differences and special needs are considered in the planning & implementing of the school counseling program.
    ALL STUDENTS have the right to be served by a professional, state-certified school counselor.

Our Role


  • Why contact your student's school counselor?

    • Concerns about your student's academic, social, or personal performance
    • Family changes 
    • Personal/Social concerns
    • Crisis situations
    • To arrange a meeting with several teachers
    • Information on community resources & agencies for your student or your family
    • When there are concerns regarding your child and you don't know where to start looking for answers

    How does a student meet with the counselor?

    • Self-referral
    • Parent referral
    • Teacher referral
    • Administrative referral

    Parents/guardians are able to meet with a school counselor...

    • By calling & making an appointment for a private conference
    • By emailing the Counseling & Advisement Department
    • By visiting the Office of Counseling & Advisement

Our Team