RHS School Counseling Department

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Meet Our Staff

The RHS School Counseling Department is available to assist students and parents with various concerns. If you need to contact the us, you may do so by calling {864} 355-7804 or by fax at {864} 355-7841. Before calling, please use the links to the right to search for desired information. Thank you for visiting our web site.

Fall Exam Schedule

As we near the end of the 1st quarter we want to pass along some important information regarding 2018 mid-term exams. This year, exams will be given prior to Winter Break. This change allows students to test on material while it is fresh in their minds.  Parents are asked not to schedule appointments during exam time.

Please note that we will move to a modified schedule for exam days and that attendance will be taken each day with unexcused absences counting against a student's required seat time hours. Any absence without a written doctors note must be approved by Ms. Huffman in advance of the exam.

 

2019 ACE Awards

Nominations are NOW open for the 2019 ACE Awards sponsored by Coaches 4 Character.  The selection process, established by Greenville County School Counselors, focuses on identifying and selecting at risk students as award winners. These students quite often are true “Unsung Heroes” who are comprised of students who have overcome tremendous odds to achieve wonderful things in their churches, schools, homes, or communities but have not been recognized for doing so.

72 male and female character and education award winners from all 35 Greenville County middle and high schools are recognized and honored.  The focus of the ACE Awards Banquet is totally on the students and showcasing their good deeds. It is truly an “evening to remember” for these 72 “Unsung Heroes” and their families.  NOMINATE a "Unsung Warrior Hero" today!

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is NOW OPEN!

Need financial aid? Here's what you could get if you fill out the FAFSA form.

Getting federal student aid has never been easier....

  1. Create your account - An FSA ID is your username and password combination that you use to log in to certain U.S. Department of Education websites and to sign the FAFSA form electronically. If you're a dependent student, both you and your parent need FSA IDs.
  2. Submit your FAFSA - The online FAFSA form will guide you step by step. Once you complete and submit the application, your information automatically gets sent to the schools you listed on your FAFSA form.
  3. Review & Accept your Aid - Your school will send you an aid offer listing the types and amounts of aid you're eligible for. Look carefully at your options. If you're offered loans, remember that you should borrow only what you need, and consider federal loans before private loans.

After completing the FAFSA, what happens next?

If You're in a Crisis Now......

If you're in a crisis now, do not hesitate to call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:

Stay informed with our Text Messages

Students and parents are encouraged to sign up to receive text messages from their grade level counselor!