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The focus of the PWHS Counseling Center is to provide students with support in their with academic, career, and personal/social development. The counselors assist students with scheduling, course selection, career exploration, college and scholarship advising, coping with peer pressure and stress, developing time management skills and more. To make an appointment with your counselor, stop by the counseling center, email or call 704-296-0154.
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9th Grade Counselor
Nicole Gress 10-12th Grade Counselor, Last Names A-F Shari Davison 10-12th Grade Counselor, Last Names G-M Terri Onley 10-12th Grade Counselor, Last Names N-Z Lisa Cauthen Student Support Counselor, CASP Coordinator Shawn Johnston
Counseling Center Administrative Assistant
School Social Worker
Behavioral Health Therapist
Katrina Fisher (Reyes)
Career Development Coordinator
Parkwood High School Basic Information:
- Block Scheduling
- 4.0 GPA scale
- 10 point grading scale
- We rank students on exact calculations.
- College-going students are on a College Prep track.
- CEEB/Testing Code: 342662
Parkwood High School and the Parkwood High School Counseling Department do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, or handicap. Male and female students may enroll in any course regardless of tradition in the respective area of training or employment.
School counselors recognize their primary obligation for confidentiality is to the student but balance that obligation with an understanding of the family or guardians’ legal and inherent rights to be the guiding voice in their children’s lives (ASCA Code of Ethics).
The role of the school counselor in regards to confidentiality is:
- To support the students right to privacy and protect confidential information received from students, the family, guardian and staff members
- To explain the meaning and limits of confidentiality to students in developmentally appropriate terms
- To provide appropriate disclosure and informed consent regarding the counseling relationship and confidentiality
- To inform students and the family of the limits to confidentiality when: Student poses a danger to self or others, Court ordered disclosure, Consultation with other professionals in support of the student i.e. colleagues, supervisors, treatment teams, and other support personnel
- To keep personal notes separate from educational records and not disclose their contents except when privacy exceptions exist
- To seek guidance from supervisors and appropriate legal advice when their records are subpoenaed
- To assert their belief that information shared by students is “confidential” and should not be revealed without the student’s consent
- To adhere to all laws protecting student records, health information, and special services (i.e., HIPAA, FERPA, IDEA)