Welcome to Alpharetta High School Counseling!
It is the mission of the Alpharetta High School Counseling Department to provide a comprehensive and developmental counseling program that addresses the academic, career, personal and social development of all students. Counselors work with the school staff to provide the best educational experience for students and develop the skills necessary to become a respectful, healthy, productive, and responsible citizen in an ever-changing global society.
We believe that a positive, safe and successful education for our students needs to be a combined effort of teachers, administrators, parents, and the community. The vision of the Alpharetta High School Counseling Department is to educate, inspire, and encourage all students in our diverse community. AHS must be a place where we administrators, staff, students, and the community value one another and work together in a mutually supportive environment to encourage academics, personal excellence, and respect for self and others in the educational process.
- Beginning in October and continuing through December, counselors meet with all juniors to review graduation requirements, plan next year's classes, and discuss post-secondary options. Each Junior will schedule one20-minute meeting with their counselor. Parents/guardians are invited to attend via Teams or telephone. A link to the Teams meeting will be sent once the appointment is scheduled.
Juniors and their parents/guardians are asked to view the informational presentation below before the meeting with their counselor. In addition, the following Naviance tasks must be completed by the student before the appointment:
o Complete SuperMarch college search and save at least three colleges to their Naviance account.
o Compete the Dual Enrollment survey.
o Complete the Workforce Development survey.
To schedule your Junior Meeting, please use the appropriate link for each counselor below. Note that counselors are assigned by students' last names.