Counseling Services

  • High School Counselors:  Tonya Ivey (for students with last names A-K)
                                             Raeleen Eckerd-Taylor (for students with last names L-Z)
    Career Counselor:             Jamie Doi 
    Administrative Assistant: Kathy Cook

    Counseling Center Phone Number: (717) 901-2500 ext. 3969
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    The counselor's role in education is to help students achieve personal, social, and academic adjustment through a better understanding and use of their abilities. Involved in the process are self-understanding and the establishment of goals in conjunction with abilities and a realistic plan of achievement of these goals. Academic, personal, and crisis counseling; consultation with other professionals; and coordination of a student's educational program are an integral part of the counselor's duties.
      Counselors work with students in several counseling areas, but are not limited to:
    1. Academic
    2. College
    3. Career
    4. Decision-making  
    5. Personal


    • Any student planning to take a dual-enrollment course at HACC in the spring semester must have his/her application and parent approval form submitted to the Counseling Center by November 27 in order to meet HACC's enrollment deadline of December 1.
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    Upcoming Events:


    •  Course Selection Informational Meeting - Wednesday, January 30, 2019, 7:15 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. in the high school auditorium. We encourage you to bring your student with you to what will be an enlightening and informative evening. In part one of Course Selection Night, you will be provided with valuable information on the course selection process and timeline, course changes, graduation requirements, and Keystone exams.  The second part of the evening will allow you to rotate between five, separate 10-minute interactive programs of your choice, showcasing the myriad offerings to assist students in reaching their career and educational goals.  Offerings will include: Cumberland-Perry Area Vocational-Technical School, Advanced Placement courses, dual enrollment, apprenticeships, and internships/special programs. Guests from community organizations and educational institutions will be joining us to host several sessions. A special meeting for parents of rising ninth grade students will also be included. 




    Recent Parent Programs
    If you are unable to attend a program hosted by the counselors, please check here for the PowerPoint or notes that were used for the program after the date of the presentation. The file is located at the bottom of this page under Related Files.





Related Files