AHS Counseling Department
The AHS Counseling Department is committed to providing you with the same kind of support and guidance that we would if we were meeting on campus. You can make appointments during our office hours by contacting us through email or by phone. We will ask you to choose a phone or video meeting. Once we have agreed on a time and day, we will send you an invitation to our appointment.
We want to emphasize that appointments are available for routine concerns, and should not be used for mental health emergencies. If you need immediate mental health support or crisis counseling, DO NOT wait to schedule an appointment with one of us. Instead, contact:
National Suicide Prevention Hotline
Staffed with trained professionals 24/7
Provides support for people in emotional distress or suicidal crisis
We will respond to questions, concerns, emails, as soon as we are able. Thank you in advance for your patience as we move though this together. As we all work to stay connected, we also encourage you to reach out to your teachers and classmates for support.
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The mission of the Ashland High School counseling department is to provide a comprehensive student service program that is an integral part of the school's total learning environment with a commitment to individual uniqueness, understanding of diversity and the maximum development of human potential. Our ultimate goal is for every child to graduate with the necessary competencies to make self-directed, realistic and responsible decisions and to be mindful contributors to society.
All students graduating from Ashland High School will demonstrate the following attributes:
Personal / Social Support
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