All school counselors at Richmond Hill High School will provide developmentally appropriate counseling services based on data-driven practices to remove barriers to students' academic achievement and promote a safe and secure environment for all students.
2022-2023 Counseling Team
TOP-Megan McDonough, Amber Crews, Emily Neff, Tam Daniels
BOTTOM-Debbie Kilpatrick, Amber Miles, and Deanna Appleton
Mrs. Kim Murphy
Mrs. Cindy White Room 516
SCHOOL SOCIAL WORKER
Ashley Johnson, LMSW
Focus for 2nd Semester
Keep Showing Up-Come to school, because we miss you when you are gone!
Be On Time-Start the day by arriving at school on time, and keep it going all day. No Tardies!
Advocate-Let us know how to help you SUCCEED
Make it Count-Every class counts toward credit, which you must have to graduate. A good GPA is needed as a foundation for college admission.
Prep Time-The time is coming to start planning for life after high school. Junior year is approaching and will focus on taking you to the next level. Prepare now.
Weighting your options-Considering Dual Enrollment, Option B, or Work-Base learning? Now is the time to discuss those options with your parents, advisor and counselor.
Reflect-Look back over the last semester, be proud of your accomplishments and concern where you would like to improve.
Take Care of Business-Stay on top of your student emails, Google Classroom, Remind 101 posts, and grades. Regardless of your plan after high school, the transition into your Senior year and beyond will be smoother when you are handling your business.
Explore Your Options: Speak with your parents/guardians, advisor, and counselor about your options after high school. Each can help you plan job shadowing, industry interviews, and college visits.
Test-Most options after high school require an admission/entrance exam, so speak to your counselor about signing up for the PSAT, SAT, ACT, Accuplacer, and ASVAB.
Stay Informed-Check Advisement Google Classroom and the SENIOR page on the school website for information about ALL things SENIOR YEAR.
Take Action-Begin executing your plans for after high school: create a resume, speak to a recruiter, or apply to college/trade school.
Finish Strong-Maintain your attendance, monitor your grades, and stay off the obligation list to ensure a smooth path toward your final semester of high school.
ENJOY-High School is almost over. Enjoy the last time at RHHS by attending sporting events, dances, and fine arts events with your classmates.