School Counseling

Student AffairsWelcome! This site is designed for current students and parents, as well as future and former students of Alcoa High School. Here you will find resources that will help current students and parents research colleges and careers, provide information for prospective students, and assistance for students who need copies of their high school transcripts; email all transcript requests to Leann White. Students are encouraged to visit their school counselor for academic, college and career, and personal/social counseling needs.

We have an open door policy at AHS! To meet with your school counselor, stop by the Student Affairs Office. If we are unavailable when you visit, you can schedule an appointment with Ms. White at the front desk or email your counselor.

Who to Contact:

Hali Wright: School Counselor, students with last names beginning with A-K ([email protected])

Katie Ferrell: School Counselor, students with last names beginning with L-Z ([email protected])

Leann White: Registrar, attendance, & transcript requests ([email protected])

Google Classroom

Join your specific grade-level Google Classroom for important announcements, reminders, and resources about events, postsecondary planning, scholarships, community service/job opportunities, graduation requirements, and more! All current AHS students are expected to join and check often. Parents are welcome to join too!


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Mission Statement of the School Counseling Department at Alcoa High School


The mission of Alcoa High School Counselors is to support students’ academic, emotional, and social growth on their paths to postsecondary success.


Vision Statement of the School Counseling Department at Alcoa High School


Alcoa High School Counselors are partners to ensure all students succeed in school, at home, and throughout life.


Beliefs of the School Counseling Department at Alcoa High School

  • All students are capable of achieving and learning according to their unique abilities with the proper tools and support.
  • All students have specific developmental needs, which school counselors take into consideration when working in individual and group settings.
  • All students deserve an advocate to connect with them so that they feel heard and to effectively communicate their needs to appropriate people or connect them with helpful resources.
  • Students are most successful when all stakeholders are involved in the planning, managing, delivery, and evaluation of the Comprehensive School Counseling Program.
  • Data should be used effectively and efficiently to inform program decisions and improve student achievement.
  • Ethical standards set by the American School Counseling Association guide the work of school counselors in order to maintain the confidentiality of all students and make them feel safe.