Counseling & Wellness

Director of Counseling & Wellness

When social and emotional needs are addressed, students thrive in and out of the classroom

We provide services to help all students develop the values of scholarship, character, community, inclusion, and discovery. Our school counselors work collaboratively with students, teachers, administrators, and families to foster physical, social, emotional, and academic wellbeing. Using the core Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) competencies of “Self Awareness,” “Self Management,” “Social Awareness,” “Healthy Relationships,” and “Healthy Decision Making,” we help to create a supportive and growth-oriented environment for students to thrive and reach their academic and personal goals. Ultimately, school counselors are advocates for students’ individual needs and their academic path, and we work with families, school divisions, and our community at large.
Our Counseling and Wellness department also strives to create a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion. This work is essential in order for all students to succeed academically and socially. School counselors promote an understanding of race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, religion, culture, socioeconomic status and ability levels in lessons, consults, and counseling sessions.

If families wish to share concerns about their children or discuss communication requests, please contact our Deans of Counseling.