The New Albany High School Counseling program is a comprehensive and collaborative program centered on educational planning, career education, and person-social development. The counseling program recognizes that the collaboration of teachers, counselors, and parents is vital in assisting each student to develop to his/her potential. Counseling is delivered through individual and group settings. Students receive assistance in decision-making skills, coping strategies, drug and alcohol resistance, diversity awareness, managing stress, relationships with others, test-taking skills, career exploration and planning, and educational planning. Students may be referred to outside agencies when necessary.
"Drop In" Schedule for Students
A counselor is available everyday during school hours for any student to “drop in” and ask questions, obtain information or use counseling center resources. The scheduled counselor is available to assist all students regardless of their assigned counselor. If a student requires a private meeting with a counselor or requires an in depth discussion on a certain topic, they are advised to schedule an appointment with their assigned counselor.
Jill Cuthbert - Monday, 8am - 3pm
Stefanie Drugan - Tuesday, 8am - 3pm
Kim Kirtland - Wednesday, 8am - 3pm
Audra Wheeler - Thursday, 8am - 3pm
Julie Horning - Friday, 8am - 3pm
Students in grades 8-11 should begin planning for class registration for the 2018-2019 school year. Mark your calendars to attend the NAHS Curriculum Night on Wednesday, January 17 at 6:30 p.m. in the HS/MS Cafeteria. Click for more details and to links to resources.
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