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AHS Counseling Telephone: (804) 723-2117

Need to speak to your counselor? Submit a Counselor Request. 

Make an appointment with a GRASP representative on Tuesdays in the Career Center. 

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School counseling programs are collaborative efforts benefiting students, parents, teachers, administrators and the overall community. School counseling programs should be an integral part of every student's daily educational environment, and school counselors should be partners in student achievement.

The question has been posed, "What do school counselors do?" The more important question is, "How are students different as a result of what school counselors do?" Hanover County Public Schools adheres to the American School Counselor Association National Model, which is a framework for a comprehensive, data-driven school counseling program.

In collaboration with parents, school and the community, Hanover County School Counselors provide all students educational services that foster academic, career and personal/social growth toward lifelong success and effective, responsible citizenship for a diverse and changing world.

The Atlee High School Counseling Department will provide services to all students in partnership with faculty, staff, parents, and the community. Our school counselors will help develop independent students who are emotionally and academically prepared to achieve their post high school goals. Through our comprehensive counseling program, we aim to develop students who will be productive citizens in an everchanging world.

Atlee High School Counseling Goals:

  • By June 2018, the School Counseling Department will increase freshman school and community involvement by 15% as indicated from data from Freshman Flex and Small Group data collection. 

  • By June 2018, the School Counseling Department will implement three small groups to address anxiety and stress, academic success, and wellness. Group participants will show 25% growth based on pre-post testing from group objectives.

  • By May 2018, the number of juniors and seniors at-risk for on-time graduation due to testing and credential requirements will reduce by 50% through individual meetings and small group work. 

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