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  • The New Albany High School counseling program is a comprehensive and collaborative program centered on educational planning, career education, and personal-social development. The counseling program recognizes that the collaboration of teachers, counselors, parents, and if needed, external resources, is vital in assisting each student develop to their potential. Counseling is delivered through individual and group settings to assist students with

    • decision-making skills
    • coping strategies
    • drug and alcohol resistance
    • diversity awareness
    • managing stress
    • relationships with others
    • test-taking skills
    • career exploration and planning
    • educational planning

Schedule With Your Counselor

  • A counselor is available every day during school hours for any student to drop in and ask questions, obtain information, or use counseling center resources. A counselor is available to assist students regardless of their assigned counselor. During this time of remote learning, students in need of a private meeting or an in-depth discussion are encouraged to contact their counselor directly through email. 

School Counselors

  • Grades 9-11 (In-Person)

    A-G    Jill Cuthbert
    H-I     Julie Horning
    J-Q     Audra Wheeler
    R-Z     Julie Horning

    Grades 9-11 (VLP)

    A-Z     Stefanie Drugan

    Grade 12 - ALL

    A-D     Jill Cuthbert
    E-K     Stefanie Drugan
    L-Q     Audra Wheeler
    R-Z     Julie Horning


    Jill Cuthbert

    Stefanie Drugan

    Audra Wheeler

    Julie Horning

Support staff

  • Safe School Helpline

     Crisis Text Line Info

  • Mental Health Resources

Prevention Clinicians

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