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The Guidance Department serves to encourage, support and challenge students as they prepare for college and beyond. We offer a comprehensive four-year counseling program that addresses the academic, career and personal development of every student.
Counselors are trained to be leaders and collaborators within the school, advocates for the students and proponents of systemic change to increase the academic achievement of students. Our team of counselors and advisors promote school success through prevention and intervention, advocacy, social/emotional development and career exploration.
The Guidance Department offers individual student counseling, academic advising, standardized test analysis, crisis counseling and referrals for counseling or academic needs. Resources are posted and updated on RenWeb that include information on colleges, admission processes, financial aid, scholarships, standardized testing and careers.
Parent Nights are coordinated through the Guidance Department, providing grade-level information to parents and families. Please contact Mrs. Tammy Hopson, Guidance Assistant, for parent night dates and information: (865)560-0501 or email@example.com.
Test Prep: KCHS provides a free, online test preparation program – PrepMe – to all students. The program helps students as they prepare for the ACT, SAT, and PSAT. PrepMe can be accessed through Naviance, a website used by the Guidance Department for academic, college, and career planning. Click here for a PrepMe video tutorial.
KCHS Alumni: If you would like to request a copy of your high school transcript, please contact Christina Eder, Registrar, at (865)560-0313 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
School Counselor, Sophomores and Juniors
School Counselor, Seniors
Freshman Advisor & Admissions Dean
Mary Ann Merrell
Learning Center Assistant