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About the NHS Counseling Department 

Northview High School Counseling Department

Counseling Assistant Phone: 470-254-3835

Counseling FAX: 470-254-3840

NHS Counseling Department Vision Statement:

All NHS students will be future productive members of society who have incorporated the 21st century skills necessary to be successful in post-secondary options and the workforce. Students will grow continually through numerous opportunities while obtaining lifelong dynamic skills for achievement in the world.

Fulton County Schools Vision Statement:

Our Vision is for all students to learn to their full potential.

NHS Counseling Mission Statement:

The Northview Counseling Department works in conjunction with stakeholders to provide equity, access, and success for all students regardless of ethnicity, socioeconomic standing, religion, gender, sexual orientation or any other term to indicate otherness. Through implementation of a comprehensive counseling program that encompasses all aspects of college and career readiness, students will become productive members of society who accept responsibility for their actions and reverence for others. In our counseling program we strive to create a safe, personalized, and supportive environment that fosters tolerance and respect for each student who enters our school community.

Northview High School Mission Statement:

Our mission is to instill excellence in academics, arts, and athletics.



Fulton County Schools Mission Statement:


Our mission is to educate every student to be a responsible, productive citizen.




NHS Counseling Department Belief Statements:  


  • The NHS Counseling Department believes that all students deserve a chance to succeed no matter the barriers they may face.

  • The NHS Counseling Department believes that all students should be treated with dignity and respect.

  • The NHS Counseling Department believes in using data as a tool to deliver our comprehensive school counseling program.

  • The NHS Counseling Department believes that advocating for not only student success, but the overall development of the school counseling program is accomplished by collaborating with stakeholders, faculty, and parents.

  • The NHS Counseling Department believes that all school counselors should adhere to the ASCA Ethical Standards to ensure that all students are being served by professionals with high standards.

  • The NHS Counseling Department believes that school counselors should continue to develop professionally by attending conferences, workshops, and programs to increase their overall knowledge in the field of school counseling.






1. We believe that learning takes place in an environment conducive to the educational needs of all students.

2. We believe that education is a partnership between students, parents, and our school; therefore, all will take an active role in the learning process.

3. We believe that all stakeholders will foster an environment of respect, care, and concern for each other.

4. We believe in our faculty as empowered instructional leaders committed to working together, promoting best practices, and establishing high expectations for all students.

5. We believe that all students will acquire the skills necessary to become productive citizens in the 21st century.





Fulton County Belief Statements:

We Believe In:
Trust and Honest Communication

Common Understanding
Personal Responsibility
Academic Achievement
Measured Results
Continuous Improvement

Safe and Nurturing Environment
Involved Family, Community and Staff
Transparency and Accountability 

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