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A-D (10th-12th) Susan Schmidt email    ext. 515
E-K (10th-12th)
Crystal Collins  email    ext. 521
L-Re (10th-12th)
  Jennifer Mynarcik   email
   ext. 514
Ri-Z (10th-12th)
Julie Casas email    ext. 507
Crisis Counselor/Testing Coordinator   Erica Miller   email    ext. 504
A-L (9th)
  Tiffany Clark
  email     972.923.4780 
 ext. 4116
M-Z (9th)
  Antoinette Vincent    email     972.923.4780 
 ext. 4106

We do individual planning in the areas of educational, career, and personal-social development. We do guidance curriculum in a variety of areas with all students as well as provide responsive services, both prevention and intervention, to address immediate needs and concerns of students. Some of the roles we play include counseling, consultation, program implementation and management, coordination, and assessment. The Counselor’s office has a College Cart located in the WHS Library. It has college information, catalogs, brochures, etc. from Texas colleges, as well as out of state colleges. This is always available to any student who is interested. As always, please stop by the Counselor’s office for more information. Our CHOICES software in the library, has a tremendous amount of information on careers, schools and scholarships.

 
A Choice! Students will be asked to consider their interests and aptitudes and then choose a tentative Career Pathway in the 9th grade. A Career Pathway selection helps students focus on academics and technology in subject areas which meet their needs.

Thus, as a student anticipates his four year high school program, he becomes aware of his opportunities to prepare for college, technical school and the world of work.

A Focus!

  • Frame work for a clear direction to a goal after graduation.
  • Ongoing transition from high school to college, technical school and work.
  • Careful planning for a career by student, parent and counselor.
  • Use of a road map to the future which can be redrawn as necessary.
  • Set of skills for lifelong learning and entry into the world of work.

Today! Waxahachie Independent School District has made available a Career Pathways section in their course description booklet to help students. Six major Career Pathways are offered at WHS.
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