The Reeds Spring High School Counseling Program is committed to providing a comprehensive counseling program that addresses the personal/social, academic, and career/college planning needs of all students at RSHS. As counselors, we advocate for all students to develop to their fullest potential in order to become responsible and productive members of society.
Services provided include individual and group counseling, academic support, crisis intervention, college and career planning, and guidance lessons that foster personal and social growth. We collaborate with students, parents/guardians, teachers, and community members in order to fully meet the needs of all students.
Reeds Spring High School students and parents may use Family Connections to develop high school and post-secondary planning. This link https://connection.naviance.com/family-connection/auth/login/?hsid=reedssh can be used to access your Family Connection account. Students will use their computer login information to access their account and parents will receive an email with login information at the beginning of each school year to access the site.
News & Highlights
- Make a Difference. Gain new skills. Travel the country. AmeriCorps NCCC opportunity ages 18-24
- College visits- juniors are allowed to take 1 college visit day during the school year, seniors are allowed 2. Pick up the visit form in the counseling office or download from the College & Career Planning page.
- Scholarships for 2017-2018 are listed on the Naviance Page. This can be found on our High School Page under students. Students may login in with their computer username and password. https://connection.naviance.com/family-connection/auth/login/?hsid=reedssh
- Seniors: need help with applying to college or scholarships? Ms. Nichols meets with seniors Fridays during GSH to answer questions and provide assistance.
- Applications for early graduation are due 2 weeks after the start of the school year. Please click here to complete the application. Please see your counselor for additional questions about graduating early.