• SFHS COUNSELING

  • Important Dates

September

3rd– Coffee with Counselors (9:30-10:30 AM)

4th– Grade Level Workshops

4th– College Application Process Parent Night (6:00-7:00 PM)

9th– PROBE Fair (juniors)

10th– World Suicide Prevention Day

 

October

7-10th– Signs of Suicide (freshmen)

15th– Financial Aid Night (6:00-7:00 PM)

16th– PSAT

22nd– Coffee with Counselors (9:30-10:30 AM)

23rd-31st– Red Ribbon Week (Drug Awareness & Prevention)

 

November

TBD– Sophomore/Junior Status Meetings

12th– Coffee with Counselors (9:30-10:30 AM)

 

December

5th – Dual Enrollment Parent Night (6:00-7:00 PM)

10th– Coffee with Counselors (9:30-10:30 AM)

 

January

14th – College Mini Fair in The CCC (FLEX)

29th– Live Broadcast of College Panel (IF)

 

February

11th – College Mini Fair in The CCC (FLEX)

19th – Long Island University (Post) Visit in The CCC (FLEX)

24th – GCSU Visit in The CCC (FLEX)

25th – Coffee with Counselors: Safe Dating for Teens & Healthy vs. Unhealthy Relationships (9:30 AM)

 

March

10th – College Mini Fair in The CCC (FLEX)

16th – Belmont University in The CCC (FLEX)

17th – Kennesaw State University & North Carolina State University in The CCC (FLEX)

24th – Columbus State Visit in The CCC (FLEX)

 

April

TBD –

 

May

TBD –

Counseling Department
  • Left to Right: Aaron Pileggi, Courtney Johnson, Shari Frankel, Michele Vargas, Edward Fernandez

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  • Mission 

    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.