Erwin High School

If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, please contact Mobile Crisis at 1-888-573-1006, call 911, or go to the nearest emergency room or hospital. You can also call or text the Suicide Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 or 741741.

The mission of our department is to provide a comprehensive counseling program that helps all students reach their goals. We are all masters-level trained counselors. We keep our licensure and credentials updated to stay on top of the ever-changing needs of our students. We work in conjunction with school staff, families, and community agencies to help students with personal, social, and academic needs.

We provide information and counseling in matters of career choice, educational alternatives and the enhancement of personal and interpersonal skills. There are many reasons for students to seek out a counselor at school. The times that we live in can be difficult and stressful. Many personal and school-related problems have a direct impact on a child’s ability to learn. School counselors and support staff provide a safe, confidential environment for all students to discuss these issues.


Remind Texts

To receive text reminders, send the appropriate following codes to 81010:

Seniors/12th grade: @erwin2022A

Juniors/11th grade: @erwin2023A

Sophomores/10th grade: @erwin2024

Freshmen/9th grade: @erwin2025a

Student Services publishes these newsletters to share important dates and information, highlight student stories, share reminders about college applications, and promote health and wellness.

Google Classroom

Each grade level has a Google Classroom that includes information, announcements, and work from Student Services. Students should join the appropriate Classroom for their grade level during Advisory at the beginning of the year. Students can get the Google Classroom codes from their counselor or Advisory teacher.