School Counseling &
Student Support Services
CEEB Code: 470-061(Click on each photo to view the selected staff members' biography and contact information.)
Director of School Counseling
Counselor, Grades 9-12, A-B
Mrs. Burg (Dekenipp)
Counselor, Grades 9-12, C-D
Counselor, Grades 9-12, E-HI
Counselor, Grades 9-12, HO-LA
Counselor, Grades 9-12, LE-NAQ
Counselor, Grades 9-12, NAR-ROP
Counselor, Grades 9-12, ROS-TAP
Counselor, Grades 9-12, TAR-Z
College & Career Center Assistant
School Social Worker
Student Assistance Specialist
Counseling Administrative Assistant
Students thrive when their individuality is recognized and encouraged in a school setting.
All students can be productive and responsible citizens in a technologically driven society.
All students can have a successful high school experience.
Students who believe that they can achieve will achieve.
All students will graduate with a post-secondary plan that is tailored to their interests, skills, and goals.
All students should feel safe and secure in school.
School counselors are intentional in their working with and supporting students.
Students will advocate for their peers.
Every student knows that there is a trusted faculty or staff person that cares about them.
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