School Counseling

Welcome to the GHS School Counseling Site!



Vision, Mission & Belief Statements



Our vision of the school counseling program is to empower all students to gain the skills needed for life after graduation, preparing them to become productive members of an ever-changing society.


Our mission as school counselors at Greenbrier High School is to provide a comprehensive developmental counseling program that attends to the personal, social, emotional, academic, and career and college planning needs of all of our students. Through the delivery of a comprehensive school counseling program, we look to promote a commitment to raising a community of productive citizens who value excellence and responsibility while learning the necessary skills for life after high school. Our mission and our goal will be supported and further strengthened by consultation with teachers, staff, administrators, parents, and community advocates.


The counselors at Greenbrier High School believe that:

  • all students have worth
  • all students can achieve and be successful learners
  • all students have the ability to be successful in life
  • the school counselors’ primary purpose is to advocate for the student
  • school counselors adhere to the Tennessee Model for Comprehensive School Counseling and to the American School Counselor Association’s Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice
  • school counselors should pursue opportunities to develop their professional competencies to ensure the provision of a quality school counseling program
  • the School Counseling Program is a critical component within the school system and is integral to the academic, personal/social, and career development and progress of each student
  • the School Counseling Program helps build a positive school environment by encouraging collaboration among counselors, teachers, administrators, parents and the community to further student achievement
  • the comprehensive developmental School Counseling Program is continuously refined and improved through systematic review and evaluation of data.

GOALS FOR 2015-2016 SCHOOL YEAR (per most recent School Improvement Plan)

1. Continue to improve ACT scores in Math, English, Reading, and Science to meet or exceed State College and Career-Readiness Benchmarks.

2. Student achievement scores on the TNReady and EOC tested subjects will meet or exceed expectations

3. Successfully begin to implement and focus on the Tennessee Model for Comprehensive School Counseling and the American School Counselor Association’s Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice as a guide to counseling program organization.

4. Meet or exceed the goal of 95% graduation rate.






Please look through the links above to find information on graduation requirements, transferring to GHS, and much more.


Click here for the registration handbook and course description.

Contact Us


Jacqui Shelton, Guidance Personnel - Transcripts & Records:

Free EOC Prep - Select State.  Go to the "Support" tab.  Click on "Resources" in the column on the right hand side. Select the "ePATS" tab across the top.  There are 32 pages of practice tests for various grades.  Sort for EOC topics or starting on pages 6, 7 & 21 you will find full practice tests for EOC topics.

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