The high school counseling and guidance program builds on goals from the elementary and middle school. The high school program assists students in applying and enhancing acquired knowledge and understanding as they strive to become responsible adults. Counseling and guidance activities help students develop realistic and fulfilling life plans. Competency in decision making is stressed, career planning is refined, and personal responsibility is emphasized. The high school four year educational plan and the educational/career planning portfolio, developed in the middle school, move with the student to the high school and are reviewed and updated annually.
The high school guidance curriculum addresses three areas: academic development, career development, and personal/social development. We address these three areas through our school guidance curriculum, which consists of large group guidance once a semester, individual student planning, responsive services, and system support.
Appointments may be made at any time by calling the Guidance Office at (251) 928-4495. Contact information for each counselor is as follows:
Grade 9, IB, : Corey Fancher
Grade 10 : Doris Brewton
Grade 11: Andi Cox Millsap
Grade 12: Pam Scott
Social Worker: Maria Callahan
Important events this year:
Shatter the Silence - Suicide Prevention Brochure
March 18-22: National Youth Violence Prevention Week
April: Alcohol Awareness and the Prevention of Underage Drinking Month
Academic Guide for the Class of 2017 (Download Here)
Academic Guide for the Class of 2016 (Download Here)