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What is a school counselor?

School counselors create comprehensive school counseling programs that focus on student outcomes, teach student competencies and are delivered with identified professional competencies. The Counseling & Career Center at CCHS provides support services for the entire school community.

CCHS counselors assist students with their academic, social, and personal needs by monitoring student progress to ensure students meet graduation requirements. This includes direct student services, individual student planning, responsive services, and indirect student services.They refer students, when appropriate, to other services in the DCSD such as special education, psychological services, social services, homebound instruction, etc. when necessary.

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Meet Your Counselor
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Tinikia Jones
Head Counselor
9th-12th grade students with last names S-Z 
(678) 676-6928
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Lydia Adle
9th-12th grade students with last names A-Cq
(678) 676-6930
Aleesa Reese
9th-12th grade students with last names Cr-Hn
(678) 676-6946
Candice Goldman
9th-12th grade students with last names Ho-Mc
Wylene Ward-Claudman
9th-12th grade students with last names Md-R 
Counseling Support Staff
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Nancy Farrey
Administrative Assistant

College Visit Coordinator
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Latisha Simmons
678-676-6906 (phone)
678-676-6940 (fax)
DCSD Promotion & Retention Policy
DCSD Promotion and Retention Policy

Students who enter the ninth grade in 2005–2006 and beyond are required to complete 360 hours (24 units) in order to meet the requirements for graduation. The requirements for promotion are as follows:

  1. to the tenth grade: 90 hours (6 units), three (3) of which must be core courses† and three (3) elective courses
  2. to the eleventh grade: 180 hours (12 units), six (6) of which must be core courses† and six (6) elective courses
  3. to the twelfth grade: 270 hours (18 units), nine (9) core courses† and nine (9) elective courses

† core courses include English, mathematics, science, social studies, and world language

Forms & Downloads
Move on When Ready is a dual enrollment opportunity for juniors and seniors that allows students to earn high school and college credit simultaneously.
Review this document to find out more about the Move on When Ready program.
Use this form to track your Bulldog Service hours. Forms are due to the counseling department no later than the Friday before Spring Break!
Missed Financial Aid Night? Here's the presentation delivered by the GA Student Finance Commission.
The Microsoft Student Advantage program is now available to all DCSD students, allowing them to install Microsoft Office on personal devices as long as they are enrolled in DCSD.
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