• What does my counselor do?



    How is my counselor assigned?

    There are two counselors that share the responsibility of 9th and 10th grade. Specifically, Mrs. Malcolm's caseload consists of 9th and 10th grade students with last names A-Lee, and Ms. Patel's caseload consists of 9th and 10th grade students with last names Leg-Z. There are five 11th and 12th grade counselors that divide their caseloads by last name. See full counselor caseload breakdown here.




    What does my counselor do?

    Communication Advocates-Counselors are in a unique position to help you establish positive communication with your teachers, coaches and administrators. Just ask!

    Academic Coaching -Struggling in an advanced course or not challenging yourself enough? Counselors will help you make informed decisions about your academic future, as well as developing your time management and organization skills.

    Social and Emotional Wellness-From test anxiety to struggling with clinical depression or grieving a loved one, counselors can help you establish positive coping skills.

    Post-Secondary Planning-Need help determining what to do next? Counselors will help match your skill set to the perfect college or career after high school.

    Coping Skills Groups- Cognitive Behavior Therapy & Peer to Peer Support for Depression and Anxiety, Grief Groups, Girls Group, Pledge Club for Substance Abuse and Education, Inner Circle Boys Group

Last Modified on July 23, 2019