Welcome to Inglemoor Counseling Center
 
Attn. current Inglemoor High School Students and Families: If you have schedule change requests for Second Semester of the 2016-17 school year please wait until after winter break to contact your Counselor. Due to our registration of students for the 2017-18 school year we are not able to make changes at this time. 
 
                     Registration for 2017-18                              Graduation Requirements
 
Reasons to see your counselor
  • College guidance
  • Personal/social issues
  • Outside resources
  • Substance abuse issues
  • Graduation planning
  • SAT/ACT questions
  • Graduation requirements
    • Learning issues
    • Study Strategies
    • Tutoring options
    • Attendance issues
    • Progress reports
    • HSPE/EOC questions
    • Credit retrieval options
      
    The class of 2019 will need to meet the new "Core 24" graduation requirements. Below are some resources that will help students and parents understand these new graduation requirement.
    Counseling Staff
     
    Jennifer Orhuozee
    Students A - Fe
    425.408.7221
     
    Lettie Hobbins
    Students Fi - Le
    425.408.7222
     
    Loni Tighe
    Students Li - Rod
    425.408.7220
     
    Jim Allen
     
    Students Roe - Z
    425.408.7357
     
    Office Staff 
     
    Becky Goodman
     
    Office Manager
    425.408.7219
     
    Lori Dougherty
     
    Registrar
    425.408.7218
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    Additional Staff 
    Chris McQueen                                 
    Amy Monaghan                     
    IB Coordinators                       
    425.408.7355                           
    ihsib@nsd.org                           
     
    Mary Buckner                              
    OIS/Career Center               
    425.408.7228                        
    mbuckner@nsd.org                 
             
             Carol Wetmore
             Office Assistant
             425.408.7353
             cwetmore@nsd.org
     
     

     
    The mission of Inglemoor High School's counseling team is to provide a comprehensive, developmental counseling program to meet the academic, personal/social, and college/career needs of all students. Counselors are student advocates who support students throughout their high school career and help students prepare for their post-secondary plans. We are here to help students maximize their academic achievement while acknowledging every student’s individual and cultural uniqueness.
     
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