Wade Hampton High School Counseling
Clerks & school counselors
As school counselors, we provide a comprehensive program that provides services to all students in grades 9-12. Our department calendar allots our time to direct student services (like classroom lessons and small group counseling) as well as program management and school support. Click on specific events in our calendar below to read more.
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Summer Calendar for School Counselors 2019
As school counselors are on summer break from June 11th - August 12th, we are on a limited schedule for new enrollments and scheduling. At least one school counselor will be available to help you during our open days.
During summer, we are open on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 9:00am-3:00pm.
We are closed on Fridays during the summer.
Our office is closed the weeks of
June 17th-21st and July 1st-July 5th.
Should you need to communicate directly with your alphabet caseload counselor, please contact them via email. You can find our contact information on this website.
Year in Review
View a summary of our school counseling programming this year! bit.ly/eoywade
2019-2020 Student Schedules
We will mail 2019-2020 student schedules home on July 25th. Students can also pick up a copy of their class schedule at Family Fun Fest on August 15th at WHHS from 4:00pm-7:00pm. All students will receive a copy of their class schedule on the first day of school as well.
College Fair 2019
Class of 2019 Decision Day
Check out where the Class of 2019 is headed next year on this interactive Google Map!
College Planning GO-TO Guide
Our WHHS College Planning GO-TO Guide is LIVE and newly updated (7/1/19)! We hope this can be a valuable resource to all of our General families! (Click to pop out in a larger window.)
FAQs for Rising Seniors
Between this and the College Planning GO-TO Guide, we hope we can answer many of your college questions quickly and easily. (Click to pop out in a larger window.)
Our school counseling department was recently recognized as the first and only high school in Greenville County to receive the RAMP Designation: Recognized ASCA (American School Counselor Association) Model Program. This award is reserved for schools across the country that demonstrate a comprehensive, data-driven school counseling program.
Bibliotheraphy is reading for therapeutic effect. Check out the resources Mrs. Fansher from the WHHS Library has put together for students on a variety of topics by clicking HERE!
Vision & Mission
The Wade Hampton High School counseling department delivers a comprehensive school counseling program that ensures all students experience individual success in their academic, career, and social/emotional development. Our school counselors encourage students to develop, explore, and experience an individualized path aligned with their strengths, interests, and abilities. Leading like Generals, our graduates emerge as capable and productive citizens who lead and strengthen their communities and contribute world class knowledge and world class skills to our global society.
The mission of the Wade Hampton High School Counseling Department is to provide a supportive and developmentally appropriate program that focuses on maximizing the academic, social/emotional, and career goals of each student. As advocates, school counselors foster intentional relationships with each student and enhance access to meaningful opportunities and resources. We strengthen our school’s culture of excellence by expecting the personal best from our students. Our school community of equity “Educates, Inspires, and Empowers” all graduates to be responsible, productive, and well-rounded citizens.
Find out how our school counselors plan, manage, deliver, and evaluate our program and meet this mission through our counseling program goals and beliefs.
Wade Hampton High School
Educate. Inspire. Empower
To educate and inspire students to become responsible, discerning, productive citizens empowered to change the world.
Our vision centers on a shared philosophy that our diverse student body must be served with a personalized plan for each and every student regardless of starting point, where the focus begins at his current academic level and continues to guide him to the ultimate goal, graduation, fully prepared and confident to contribute to society.