EHS Counseling Center
Welcome to EH student services online!
The Counseling Center Calendar
Book an appointment with your counselor for virtual counseling visits using a secured video conferencing platform that is HIPAA compliant.
Ms. Seebach - 12th Grade: https://calendly.com/seebach/15min
Mr. Clark - 11th Grade: https://clarkrichard.youcanbook.me
Mrs. Sena - 10th Grade: https://calendly.com/ehhsena/15min
Mrs. Varnell - 9th Grade: https://calendly.com/varnelleastham/15min
Ms. Ellis - College Advisor: https://calendly.com/ellis_natasha
For additional counseling support please see information below regarding community-based mental health support
A quick overview of data for our school and programs offered.
Need some Encouragement?
Words of Affirmation?
Positive vibes only?
Follow Counselor Cane on #Insta for a daily dose of positivity and empowerment to make every day just a little brighter!
Suicide Prevention Videos
Access to Naviance student
Peer Ambassador's Club (pac)
Location: Mr. Clark's classroom
(Lower Red/Green Connector #1134)
TN Promise/UT Promise Info
Balfour/Cap & Gown Info
Can be purchased online at:
Please visit the following websites for more information and to register:
free ACT success Workshop
UT Martin is offering the ACT Success Tactics Workshop and the ACT Mastery Classes FREE to Tennessee high school students who graduate in 2022 and 2023. The workshops and mastery classes are available at a multiple of sessions and times - conducted via Zoom. For a complete description of the workshop and mastery classes and to register, go to:
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HIGH SCHOOL (STUDENTS & PARENTS)
Last Names A-H: @ehs2024a
Last Names I-Q: @ehs2024b
Last Names R-Z: @ehs2024c
Last Names A-L: @ehs23a
Last Names M-Z: @ehs23m
Dual Enrollment info
October 8th - Last day to pay dual enrollment fees before being dropped.
October 16th - Mid-term grades are due to the college. We will get those collected and out to the high schools the following week.
October 30th - Last day to drop with a "W" for full term courses. Please keep in mind that while dropping with a "W" does not impact the student's college GPA, there could be financial aid impacts when the student attends college after high school. See your counselor for a drop form.