• Counseling Department

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    The Counselors at Norcross High School work with students one-on-one, through classroom guidance, and in small groups. Students seek services for a host of issues, both psychosocial and educational in nature. A counselor's caseload is determined by the student's last name and grade level.


    During digital learning, Gwinnett County School Counselors will continue supporting students' academic success, career development, and social-emotional growth, utilizing Zoom and Google Meet for individual meetings, conferences, presentations, groups, and classroom lessons/activities.

  • Caseloads

    BY Grade Level and Last Name

    Ninth Grade:
    Shantini Francis: A-J
    Cedric Cooks: K-Z

    10th - 12th Grade:
    Tracy Gamerman: A-COM
    Monique Santana: CON-F
    Phyllis Gerard: G-J
    Chauntice Corbin: K-N
    Rick Donahue: O-R
    Anna Pasch: S-Z

    College & Career Specialist (9th - 12th): Valerie Houston Moss

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  • Office Hours: 7AM - 3PM
    Phone: (770) 447-2648
    Fax: (678) 442-5096

  • Our Beliefs

    We believe...
    • All students can achieve despite barriers.
    • Providing age-appropriate activities and lessons will allow students to expand their knowledge and showcase their growth.
    • All students should receive fair and equitable services in their educational endeavors. 
    • Counselors are responsible and accountable for delivering an effective program structured to meet all students’ needs
    • In using data to drive students’ achievement through well-developed plans and activities. 
    • Counselors demonstrate ethical behavior in delivery of a comprehensive program.

  • Confidentiality Policy

    A school counselor, who is in a counseling relationship with a student, has an ethical and legal obligation to keep information contained within that relationship. Confidentiality is the ethical and legal term ascribed to the information communicated within the counseling relationship, and it must be maintained unless keeping that information confidential leads to foreseeable harm.

    “Serious and foreseeable harm is different for each minor in the school setting and is determined by students’ developmental and chronological age, the setting, parental rights and the nature of harm”

    (ASCA, 2016, A.2.e).

  • Mission Statement

    The mission of Norcross High School Counseling Department is to support and assist all students in acquiring the knowledge, skills, and behavior to thrive in their current and post-secondary pursuits. We provide a comprehensive, data driven program that addresses academic, college and career readiness, and social/emotional development needs of our diverse student population. The counseling staff works closely with students, teachers, administrators, parents and community members to ensure that all students receive an equitable, world-class education. We encourage students to be intrinsically motivated, self-disciplined, empathic beings, and life-long learners.

  • Vision Statement

    Norcross High School Counseling Department vision is that all students acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to excel and thrive in their college and career goals. Students live a life of continuous personal and social growth while engaging and interacting in their communities as world-class, life-long learners who are socially conscious and global thinkers equipped to impact their communities and the world.

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