• Meet our Staff

     Guidance

     

    At EHS, our guidance office is staffed with four counselors, broken up by student's last name,  a College & Career Counselor, a Career Coach, a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), a Registrar, and a Secretary.  Additionally, our Enterprise Career & Technical Center (ECTC) also has their own counselor. To speak with a counselor, please either call the Guidance Office at (334) 347-2640 or email the counselor directly. - Mrs. Adonna Meeks- ameeks@enterpriseschools.net

    A-D - Mrs. Brooke Cavanaugh bcavanaugh@enterpriseschools.net

    E- K - Mrs. Valerie Nelson vnelson@enterpriseschools.net

    L- R - Mrs. Sally Sutley ssutley@enterpriseschools.net

    S- Z - Mrs. Susan Wells swells@enterpriseschools.net

    College & Career Counselor- Ms. Christy Hogan- chogan@enterpriseschools.net

    Career Coach- Angela Brockman- abrockman@enterpriseschools.net

    LPC- Ali Saxon- msaxon@enterpriseschools.net

    Registrar- Sabine Kutschat- skutschat@enterpriseschools.net

    Guidance Secretary- Courtney Dow- cdow@enterpriseschools.net

    ECTC Counselor- Sherry Fitzpatrick- sfitzpatrick@enterpriseschools.net

     A LITTLE MORE ABOUT US.......

    Mrs. Cavanaugh is responsible for coordinating all guidance activities, to include assisting the curriculum assistant principal with the master schedule.  Additionally, she plans and coordinates spring registration at Enterprise High School and for the junior high schools. She is currently responsible for 504 plans. 

    Mrs. Nelson - is responsible for ELL paperwork, assists with student schedules, educational planning, and social/emotional support.

    Mrs. Sutley is our Student 2 Student sponsor. She also assists with student schedules, educational planning, and social/emotional support. 

    Ms. Hogan is our College & Career Counselor and is housed in the College & Career Center on the first floor.  She will be glad to help with college admissions, registering for the ACT, filing the FAFSA, scholarships, and anything else related to life after high school.  The College & Career Center also maintains an e-mail distribution list of parents and students that would like updates emailed to them.  If you would like to be added to this list, email collegeandcareer@enterpriseschools.net.  In the subject line, type "add to scholarship list" and indicate the student's name and grade.

    Mrs. Brockman, our Career Coach, divides her time between the EHS and ECTC campuses.  She provides career development guidance for our students.  Mrs. Brockman encourages students to explore career options, helps them make a plan to pursue a career, and assists students in choosing classes and high school experiences that will pave the pathway to achieving their goals.  Mrs. Brockman is a great resource for students when choosing classes, completing job applications, submitting college admission packets, or researching financial aid options.  Mrs. Brockman also conducts public relations efforts to promote our Career and Technical programs at EHS and ECTC.  She interacts with our regional workforce to foster communication between education and business and industry.  

    Mrs. Ali Saxon is a Licensed Professional Counselor who serves Enterprise City Schools.  She is on the EHS campus on Mondays and Fridays.  

    Mrs. Kutschat fills transcript requests and education verifications, transfers and receives student records, and processes all student withdrawals. 

    Mrs. Dow greets visitors, schedules conferences, and requests assignments.  She also receives transcript requests and educational verifications. 

    Ms. Fitzpatrick is the counselor at the Enterprise Career Technical Center (ECTC) Campus.  

     Definition

    Just what is a School Counselor??

    Parents, the press, administrators and the general public often wonder just what it is that school counselors do on a daily basis. Gone are the days of school counselors sitting in their office simply handing out college applications, making schedule changes for students who want to drop a class or waiting for a crisis to occur. Today's school counselors are vital members of the education team. They help all students in the areas of academic achievement, career and social/emotional development, ensuring today's students become the productive, well-adjusted adults of tomorrow. 
    The role of the School Counselor is one of support, collaboration, leadership and advocacy. We value each person's unique qualities and provide positive solutions to situations. Communication and compassion  are the goals of the School Counselors in working with parents, students, staff, and administrators. All aspects of academic assistance are provided after reviewing all data available to determine student's academic progress. We address these student needs through individual and group counseling, classroom lessons, crisis counseling, and providing resources to our community.