The Counseling Center at NHS
The Nolensville High School Counseling Department is dedicated to assisting all our students in reaching their full potential. NHS strives to educate the whole student, creating life-long learners and seekers of excellence. In support of this mission, the Nolensville High School Counseling program is designed to address the needs of all students by helping them to acquire competencies in career planning and exploration, knowledge of self and others, and educational and vocational development through individual planning, counseling curriculum, responsive services, and individual counseling, and support services.
Through the Counseling Center, students can draw on various resources, including frequent visits by college representatives, a library of college guides, scholarship information, financial aid, and standardized testing. Programs sponsored by the Counseling Center include Williamson County College Fair, Financial Aid Night, NHS College Night, and relevant grade level, informational classroom presentations.
Each counselor works with students in acquiring guidance competencies that form the foundation for their next steps educationally and occupationally. They assist students in developing realistic educational and career plans based on a clear understanding of themselves, their needs, interests, skills, and the realities and possibilities of the worlds of education at work.
Please visit the WCS School Counseling page for more information regarding Parent, College & Career, and Student Wellbeing Resources.
Nolensville Counseling Department
Registrar - Kelly Danner
Counseling Secretary - Barbara Driscoll
Students are assigned School Counselors by last name:
Students with last names A-D - Jacquline Collins
Students with last names E-L - Stacey Landa
Students with last names M-R - Christie Battenfield
Students with last names S-Z - Maddy Bunyard
Part-Time Counselor - Jennifer Wood
Extended Counseling Staff:
School Social Worker - Lori Thompson
504 Coordinator - Lindsay Naylor
School Psychologist - Sarah Ann Sowada