• Counseling Hours & Appointments:
    The counseling center is open each day from 7:15 a.m. to 3:20 p.m. Appointments may be made by calling the Counseling Assistant, at 328-6412.

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    Quick Reference for Counselor by Grade:
    • Sandra Gilbert: Grades 9,10,11 (A-B)

                                     12 (A-E 2021.2022 only)

    •  Tim Garland:   Grades 9, (C-D and N-RI)                    
      •                               10 (C-D and Q-Ri)
      •                               11 (C-D)


    • Scott Crosby:   Grades 9,10,11 (E-G)
      •                   12   (M-O  2021.2022 only)


    • Vicki Glaser:     Grades 9,10,11 (H-K)

                                    12 (F-L 2021.2022 only)


    • Stacy Strobel:  Grades 9 (L-M)
    •                                      10 (L-P
    •                                      11 (L-RI)


    • Kathryn Hernandez: Grades 9,10,11 (Rj-S)

                                             12 (S-Z 2021.2022 only)


    • Lindsey Wedor: Grades 9,10,11 (T-Z)
      •                    12 (P-R  2021.2022 only)

    School Counseling Program Vision Statement:

    Doherty Counselors will strive to ensure that students will be post-secondary and workforce ready so they are prepared to enter a world yet to be imagined by enrolling in rigorous courses and participating in a comprehensive high school education and counseling guidance curriculum as their foundation.


    School Counseling Program Mission Statement:

    Doherty School Counselors are an integral part of the school community and provide an array of services at assist all students and their families. Services include social/emotional counseling, group counseling, academic preparation, and post-secondary planning. We will be invested in each student’s personal strengths in order to maximize their ability to stay focused, disciplined, and resilient, while thriving in an academic environment. We will develop strong professional relationships with each student to ensure an individually customized educational plan allows them to graduate with the following skills; Collaboration, Communication, Citizenship, Critical Thinking, Competitiveness, Creativity, and Character.

    If you are a Parent or Guardian, please use the following guidelines:

    If you have a question about your student's current grade or course content, please contact the teacher directly.  You may use PowerSchool to monitor your student's progress in his or her classes.  The counselors do not have additional information regarding specific classes; so teachers will be best equipped to inform and guide you. Teachers may be contacted directly through the D11 App (Reach). 

    Please keep in mind that if you're calling about a teacher-related issue, we ask that you have communicated with the teacher first.