Forsyth Central High School Counseling Department
Please click your counselor's link below to request an appointment with him or her. See below for caseload breakdown.Mission Statement
The mission of the Forsyth Central High School Counseling Program is to a provide a proactive, comprehensive, and developmental counseling program that impacts each student in the academic, career and personal/social aspects. As advocates, school counselors will help students develop skills to be proactive in their education and accept academic challenges by emphasizing problem solving skills, goal setting, and ownership of their success. We will educate and encourage students to use these skills in order to make a positive impact within our ever changing global society.
In accordance with the Forsyth County Board of Education, FCHS is in the process of implementing the guidance and counseling model outlined by the American School Counseling Association (ASCA).
FCHS School CounselorsWho is your counselor?
Counselors are assigned based on the last name of the student. You may contact your child's counselor by phone or email. If the counselor is not available, please leave a message and he or she will return your call at the earliest possible time. Calls will usually be returned within 24 hours. We appreciate your patience during our peak times: the beginning and end of each school year. If your call is an emergency, please notify the counseling secretary or administration.Counseling DepartmentStudents with last names Cunningham-Herbert770-887-8151 ext. 111043Students with last names A-Cummings770-887-8151 ext. 111042Students with last names Preston-Thompson770-887-8151 ext. 111045Students with last names Hernandez-Martin770-887-8151 ext. 111046Rafael Santiago, Head CounselorStudents with last names Thonus-Z; All ESOL students770-887-8151 ext. 111048Students with last names Martinez-Prada770-887-8151 ext. 111041Counseling Secretary770-887-8151 ext. 111037