School Counseling Office

The purpose of the school counseling department is to assist students in developing a high school program that will prepare them for their postsecondary goals as well to assist students with personal/social needs. Counselors are available for individual consultation to assist students with academic, personal/social and career development.  The School Counseling Department has five school counselors, a VCAC College Adviser, a Registrar, and an Administrative Assistant. The department also benefits from services provided by a John Tyler Career Coach, a representative from Educational Opportunities, and a Therapeutic Day Treatment school-based counselor provided through the National Counseling Group.

Mr. Daniel Rapp, School Counseling Director

  • Assigned to all students with the last names A-B

Ms. Sadie Madu, School Counselor

  • Assigned to all senior students with the last names I-Man
  • Assigned to all students with the last names H-Man

Mrs. Deborah McCollester, School Counselor

  • Assigned to all students with the last names Mao-R

Mr. Chad Hall, School Counselor

  • Assigned to all senior students with the last names C-H
  • Assigned to all students with the last names C-G

Mr. Shaun Winbush, School Counselor

  • Assigned to all students with the last names S-Z

Mr. Jordan Meadows, VCAC College Advisor
Mrs. Kim McFalls, School Counseling Secretary/Registrar
Ms. Brandi Lundy, School Counseling Receptionist

Ms. Sharon Mallory:   JTCC Career Coach

2018-2019 School counselor student caseload assignments are based on a student’s last name.  Students will work with assigned counselor beginning in the ninth grade through graduation.

If you have any questions, please contact the School Counseling Department during normal school days.

Phone: 804-469-4295 ∞ Fax: 804-469-4492

 

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