Our goal is to provide a comprehensive counseling program to assist students in maximizing their potential. We have college and career resources on this website to help students and parents make informed decisions about their futures. In addition, we have materials available for students and parents in our office. Most importantly, we look forward to working with the students, parents, and staff of Graham High School.
Natalie Husen serves as the Junior and Senior Counselor and feels fortunate to be a part of the amazing team at Graham High School. Her classroom experience consists of both general and special education settings. She has worked in inclusion and self-contained environments as well as a classroom Algebra I and Math Models teacher. She holds certifications in School Counseling and as an Educational Diagnostician. She looks forward to gaining the unique opportunity to support students with positive experiences that will set the course for successful life long learning
Molly Morris is the Freshman and Sophomore Counselor and she brings a passion for helping all students improve themselves and reach their career goals. Mrs. Morris has a varied background in education, having served as a foreign language teacher and a counselor from Pre-K all the way through the junior college level. She offers a variety of services to students in the areas of personal and academic issues, course selections, career and occupation awareness, testing (achievement, interest, and college entrance testing), selecting a college, obtaining financial aid for college, and armed forces information. She is thrilled to be on board at Graham High School and is excited to work with the incredible staff and students at GHS!
Maria Iltis is our "Registrar" and keeps us all on track with her sense of humor. She handles transcript requests, student entry/withdrawal information and many other issues related to student data. She is more than willing to assist students and parents as they transition to and from Graham High School.
Please call if you have any questions or would like to set up an appointment. We welcome any opportunity to assist you.
You can reach our office by calling (940) 549-4030 ext. 1003
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