Left to Right: Courtney Johnson, Michele Vargas, Aaron Pileggi, Shari Frankel, Amy Short
8:00 am - 4:00 pmMs. Shirley McKinzie, Counseling Secretaryext. 100621Ms. Rebecca Hewitt, Assistant Principalext. 100612Amy Short, Head Counselorlast names T - Zext. 100622Courtney Johnson, Counselorlast names A - DEext. 100630Aaron Pileggi, Counselorlast names DF - KAext. 100628Michele Vargas, Counselorlast names KB - Oext. 100626Shari Frankel, Counselorlast names P -Sext. 100625Jill McKee, Graduation Coachext. 100117Helen Bennett, Registrarext. 100624Lynn Mallamace, College and Career Centerext. 100653
The mission of the South Forsyth High School Counseling Department is to assist students in obtaining knowledge, to aid them in developing problem-solving and life skills, and to provide them with opportunities so they graduate with the tools needed to succeed in higher education, in the workforce, and in a fast-paced, global world. Using system-wide interventions, SFHS Counselors advocate for all students by removing barriers to success and by empowering students to become responsible and culturally competent citizens who positively impact school climate. The counselors collaborate with parents, teachers, administrators, students, and the community to develop data-driven programs to address academic, personal/social, and career development for all members of the student body in a 21st century learning environment.
Forsyth County Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, or gender in employment decisions or educational programs and activities.