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School counseling

Phone: (757) 268 - 3343 Registrar Email:

A photo of Hunter B. Andrews school counselors, the registrar, and behavior specialist.

Mrs. Moore | School Counseling Director

Servicing Grades 6th - 8th

(757) 268 - 3349


Ms. Pierre | Professional School Counselor

Servicing Grades 3rd - 5th

(757) 268 - 3423


Mr. Payne | Professional School Counselor

Servicing Grades PreK - 2nd

(757) 268 - 3397


Mrs. White | Behavior Specialist

(757) 268 - 3416


Mrs. Brown | Guidance Secretary

(757) 268 - 3343

Our Mission

We, the Hunter B. Andrews School Counseling Department, will partner with students, parents, the community, and faculty and staff to provide a comprehensive counseling program addressing the academic, career and personal/social development of all students; empowering them to become lifelong learners and productive members of society.

Our Vision

We are student advocates and their partner in academic achievement. We collaborate to foster the development of positive relationships with parents, students, staff, and the community.

Why see a school counselor?

- My child is having difficulty adjusting to a new school, what should I do?

- My child is dealing with personal issues (death, divorce, deployed parent incarceration, etc.) and needs someone to talk to.

- I suspect my child is being bullied.

- For help setting up an academic plan that best suits the needs of my child.

- To discuss/find out about school and community resources available for my child.

- Does my child have special needs?

Hunter B. Andrews school counselors are caring, helpful, skilled, competent, and so much more...

Group Counseling

An important part of Hunter B. Andrews School Counseling Program is working with students in small groups. These small groups can help students acquire new, valuable skills and share feelings about their common experiences in a relaxed environment. In a few weeks, groups will begin and will focus on the following topics:

Ø Conflict Resolution Ø Family Challenges/Relationships

Ø Social Skills/Self- Esteem Ø Loss and grief

Ø Dealing with Bullies Ø Peer pressure

Ø Study Skills/Test Anxiety Ø And more…

quick links:

Here is a quick link to access the International Baccalaureate (IB) webpage should your child desire more information about the benefits of the IB program.
Here is a quick link to the Naviance Family Connection website where you can access many tools to research college and career plans.
Here is a quick link to Parent Portal, a webpage where you can quickly access your child(ren)'s grades.

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