Welcome to the FHS Counseling Office

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    Jennifer Bland-Counselor for last names A-D and U-Z (jbland@fusd1.org)

    Kate Jaffie-Counselor for last names E-J and S (kjaffie@fusd1.org)

    Kim Hemingway-Counselor for last names K-R and T (khemingway@fusd1.org)

    Darrell Marks-Native American Advisor (dmarks@fusd1.org)

    Diane Sorden-CAVIAT and DE Counselor (dsorden@fusd1.org)



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    Mission Statement

    The Flagstaff High School Student Services Office is founded on the principles of advocacy, leadership, collaboration, and systemic change through data informed practice. We are committed to developing and maintaining an environment where students will have equitable access to academic, college/career and social/emotional educational opportunities.  Our comprehensive school counseling program will eliminate barriers and empower students to successfully reach higher toward their personal and academic potential. We work to build relationships using collaboration between school, family and community to help students acquire positive skills, attitudes and knowledge in order to improve attendance, behavior, and academic achievement.

     Vision Statement

    Students and Flagstaff High School are academically successful and succeed in relevant, challenging, and supportive environments. They are knowledgable, skillful, lifelong learners and productice members of their global community.  Students are kind, inclusive, are culturally aware and consistently commit to learning over the lifespan




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    College Knowing and Going Resource

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    Flagstaff High School Receives RAMP Recognition 

    The RAMP designation recognizes schools that are committed to delivering an exemplary school counseling program. Honorees are awarded for aligning their program with the criteria in the ASCA National Model, a framework for a data-informed school counseling program. Flagstaff High School is one of five programs that have been designated in Arizona.

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