Meet our Counselors

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Meet our Counselors

School Counselors are advocates, leaders, collaborators, and consultants who create efficient and culturally responsive change by providing and supporting educational access and success to students by aligning the school counseling programs with the school's mission plan. School counselors work under the belief that all students have the power to learn. School counselors are leaders and advocate for students to ensure education systems are providing the best learning environments and meet the needs of all students. School counselors are certified and licensed educators that are trained to develop, maintain and support a comprehensive school counseling program that fosters academic achievement, career planning, and personal/social development in students (ASCA, 2016).

Nicole Hamm

Lead School Counselor

Faith White

School Counselor/ Middle Campus

Our Role as Advocates

As School Counselors, our role is to be an advocate for students to ensure education systems are providing the best learning environments and meeting the needs of all students. To this effort, school counselors collaborate with local school boards, teachers, principals, and parents to work towards the best strategies to meet the needs of all students. As leaders in the school systems and community, Schol Counselors use data to create and maintain programs that meet the needs of all students. They consult with teachers, parents, and faculty with their concerns and problem-solve with them to best serve the student. School counselors are also culturally responsive agents of change and work to lead the school and community to foster a safe and healthy environment for all students.