Englewood High School - Counseling Department

Celeste Delgado: Counseling Secretary/Registrar
celeste_delgado@engschools.net
303-806-2223
 
Dawn CominskySchool Counselor
Students with last names A-L Class of 2018, A-K Class of 2019-2021
303-806-2222
 
Mary Abbott: School Counselor
Students with last names M-Z Class of 2018, L-Z Class of 2019-2021
303-806-2220
 
Patrick Maschka: School Psychologist/Counselor
Students with last names A-Z with an IEP through Special Services
303-806-2342
 
Erin Ulrich: Post-grad Specialist
303-806-2275
 
Need an appointment?  Click on your counselor's name.
 
 
Vision
 
The Englewood High School Counseling Department is dedicated to empowering every student to achieve academic success, personal and social growth, wellness, and career readiness.  
 
Mission
 
The counseling program at Englewood High School strives to positively impact the lives of our students by partnering with parents, community, faculty and staff. The counselors offer an innovative, comprehensive planning and guidance program addressing student academic and career goals as well as personal and social needs. We provide students with the opportunities to acquire the educational and social competencies necessary for their growth toward lifelong success and effective responsible citizenship for a diverse and changing world. 
 
Beliefs
 
School Counselors at Englewood High School believe:
  • We have a primary obligation to the students, who are to be treated with dignity and respect as unique individuals
  • Education is a responsibility shared by students, parents, staff and community and is based on an atmosphere of mutual respect 
  • Every student has the potential for learning and for meeting high school academic standards
  • All counselors will abide by the ethical guidelines and standards developed by the American School Counselor Association
  • In the use of data to make decisions about program implementation
  • It is important to partake in professional development activities to promote student achievement and stay abreast to the counseling profession
  • We should be both comprehensive and developmental in nature, proactive in design, and responsive to societal trends
  • In our goal to promote district and school goals such as achievement, cultural diversity, equality, and school safety 
 
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