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Guidance Department

Guidance Staff

Sheila Bryant, Clerk 355-0004 Email Me
Heather Foster (S-Z) 355-0019 Email Me
Bethany King (L-R) 355-1081 Email Me
Kim McConnell (A-D) 355-0017 Email Me
Emily Scott (E-K) 355-1084 Email Me

The letters in parentheses indicate the counselor assigned to students based on last name of the student.

Newsletters and Other Documents

Scholarship Update for January, 2018

2018 Curriculum Night Presentation

Transcript Request Form

All documents are in PDF format. You will need the Adobe Acrobat Reader to view.

Important Information

The following documents are in PDF format. For more information contact the Guidance Department.

Financial Aid Workshop Information

Sirrine Scholarship Application Form

Promotion, Graduation, and College Requirements

Individual Graduation Plan Information

College Application Help

Scholarship and Financial Aid Information

SAT and ACT Information

Testing Information

NCAA Eligibility Information

About the Guidance Department

Guidance counselors are professionals trained to assist parents and students in scheduling and career choices. Counselors do personal, academic, and career counseling in a variety of ways – individually, in small groups, and in whole classrooms when possible.

Counselors are responsible for the following:

  1. Referral to and coordination with community service organizations.
  2. Helping determine types of diplomas.
  3. Information distribution on courses, testing, registration, colleges, financial aid, etc.
  4. Helping with SAT, ACT, and PSAT registration.
  5. College scholarship and financial aid counseling.
  6. Record services for graduates and Sr.s applying for college as well as permanent record keeping for all students.
  7. Determine eligibility for graduation.
  8. Coordinating teacher and parent conferences.
  9. Student orientation and registration.
  10. Career testing and advisement.
  11. Assisting with student scheduling and course registration.
  12.  Counseling with teachers concerning students who need assistance.
  13. Handling schedule changes – no changes may be
    made after the fifth day of class.

Counselors encourage students and parents to take advantage of the services the guidance department offers. Parents may contact counselors by calling the school and setting up an appointment. Students can go by the guidance office and request to see a counselor or ask one of their teachers to help coordinate a visit to a counselor.

Please see pages 5 and 6 in the Student Handbook for additional information including promotion and graduation requirements.

Course Catalogs and Forms

Rising 9th Grade (HTML)

Rising 9th Grade (PDF file)

Rising 10th-12th Grade (HTML)

Rising 10th-12th Grade (PDF file)

Enoree Course Catalog