Our primary mission is to empower all students to make informed and intentional decisions regarding their education, their health, and their future.
The students are assigned to a counselor as a freshman and keep that counselor all four years. Students will be assigned to a counselor based on their last names. CHS counselors are listed below with their portion of the alphabet and contact information.
- Jenny Morgan 596-8022 firstname.lastname@example.org
- A – E Counselor
- Norah Jensen 596-8024 email@example.com
- F – L Counselor
- Joel Komschlies 596-8020 firstname.lastname@example.org
- M – R Counselor
- Erin Johnson 596-8028 email@example.com
- S –Z Counselor
- Sydni Weeks 596-8027 firstname.lastname@example.org
- Counseling Professional Assistant
- Jen Boelts 596-8041 email@example.com
- Career Counselor
- Janet Anderson 596-8023 firstname.lastname@example.org
The CHS School Counseling Program provides valuable services to students, teachers, and parents. All counselors support the school’s overall mission by promoting academic achievement, career planning and personal/social development. Our primary mission is to empower all students to make informed and intentional decisions regarding their education, their health, and their future. We believe that a school counseling program should be a balance between intervention and prevention, while we assist students in developing skills necessary for success beyond high school. We work to develop and deliver a comprehensive guidance and counseling program that personalizes education for all students.
Our program is based on the standards set forth by the state of Washington and the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) National Model, and endorsed by the Washington School Counselor Association. The ASCA School Counselor Competencies outline the knowledge, attitudes and skills that ensure school counselors are equipped to meet the rigorous demands of the profession. The ASCA Ethical Standards for School Counselors specify the principles of ethical behavior necessary to maintain the highest standard of integrity, leadership and professionalism. They guide school counselors’ decision-making and help to standardize professional practice to protect both students and school counselors.
CHS Counselor Services
- Provide support for the academic, personal, and social needs of students through individual counseling and through group counseling.
- Act as a consultant to teachers, parents and administration in regards to students' educational and personal needs.
- Provide referral information for students and parents relating to outside support agencies and services.
- Provide information and coordination on testing and assessments.
- Provide college and career information and resources for students and parents.
- Provide group instruction to support The High School and Beyond Plan.
- Provide ongoing support and information regarding academic requirements and graduation.