If you are a parent requesting a meeting, please email your child's counselor directly.  These links are for student appointments.  

Mrs. Haynes

Serving Last Names A-D

Ms. Turner

Serving Last Names E-K

Mrs. Williams

Serving Last Names L-R

Ms. Bruce

Serving Last Names S-Z


The Counseling Department at Douglas County High School provides a comprehensive, data-informed program that empowers students to reach their maximum potential academically, personally, and emotionally. The Counseling Department advocates, inspires, and prepares students to become college and career ready by giving them the relevant learning opportunities to access the knowledge, skills and attitudes to be lifetime learners. Our Counseling team creates a safe and supportive environment that fosters student resilience. We collaborate with all stakeholders to advocate for equity, access and success for all of our students. 


All graduates from Douglas County High School are lifelong learners. Our graduates demonstrate resilience by achieving their goals regardless of personal circumstances. They are responsible, productive citizens, and independent thinkers who are active in their community and are empathetic to all mankind. Douglas County High School graduates excel in the global marketplace because they are culturally competent and self-aware. 

School Motto

We will be 5G Ready!

Goals, Grades, Grind, Growth and Graduation!

NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATORY POLICY: The Douglas County School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age, disability or gender in employment decisions or educational programs and activities, including its athletic programs. Any student, employee, applicant for employment, parent or other individual who believes he or she has been subjected to harassment or discrimination by other students or employees of the school district based upon any of the factors listed above should promptly report the same to the principal of the school or the appropriate coordinator as listed below, who will implement the board's discriminatory complaints or harassment procedures. Students may also report harassment or discrimination to their school counselor.