Karen Gonzales - 11th and 12th
Jill Smith-Mott - 9th and 10th
How can I meet with my counselor? You can send an email to your counselor or you can have a teacher call for you to check when we are available and to sign-up. Your counselor will call you down from class.
What if it's an emergency? Please come to the front office or have a teacher call for you. Emergencies get first priority.
Our purpose is to support the development of all GHS students. We work to help students acieve the highest success in the classroom and in society. We can help with personal issues like stress management, relationships, grief, and conflict management skills; academic issues such as career and college planning support, academic motivation, goal setting, and planning schedules; and home life issues like handling divorce, family stresses, and homelessness. We are also here for times of crisis.
In order to maintain a trusting counseling relationship, what is discussed during counseling will be kept strictly confidential, with a few exceptions that we aren't allowed to keep secret.
1. Harm to yourself
2. Harm to others, or someone is breaking the law
3. School safety
4. Information requested by a subpoena (court order)
- ACT Information
- Education PlannerThe go-to site for students and parents; topics include: Mastering Standardized Tests, College Costs Calculator, Exploring Careers, Finding the Perfect School, SAT/ACT scores, and more.
- FAFSA - The Process of Applying and FAQsThis site has general information on the FAFSA process.
- FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)
- FAFSA IDYou will need to have a FAFSA ID before starting your student's FAFSA application.
- SAT Information
- Student Scholarships.org
- Texas Common Application (Apply Texas)