School Counseling

Carroll County Public School Counselors facilitate the academic, career, and personal/social development of all students.  School Counselors are integral members of the instructional team. They directly impact student achievement by delivering comprehensive services that meet the needs of the 21st Century school community.
Professional School Counselors are uniquely trained leaders who promote success for all students.  They collaborate with school stakeholders using data-driven decisions to facilitate the success of the 21st Century learner in an ever-changing society. As a result the student will:
·      Achieve to his/her maximum potential
·      Demonstrate academic, career and personal/social problem-solving skills
·      Recognize and appreciate individual and cultural differences
·      Develop communication, citizenship and employability skills to make positive contributions to the community
·      Access human and technological resources for support and information

Judy A. Klinger, serves as the Supervisor of School Counseling, a program that employs 94 Counselors and Behavior Support Specialists. Counselors are part of the staff in each of Carroll County's schools. They provide a variety of services to students, parents, and staff.

  • Role of the School Counselor
  • Professional Disclosure Statement
  • Confidentiality
  • Frequently Asked Questions
  • Staff Assignments
  • Counseling Intervention and Prevention Services
  • Career Information
  • Applying to College/Scholarship and Financial Aid