Counseling & Advisement Dept.

 CSMS Counseling & Advisement Staff:

Welcome to the CSMS Counseling & Advisement Page.

We assign students to counselors based on alphabet (first letter of last name):

A-F:   Jennifer Adams- Director of School Counseling – 821-4908

G-N : Anedra Wilson – School Counselor- 821-4909

O-Z:  Amie Saunders – School Counselor – 821-4910

Tricia Speers- School Counseling Secretary – 821- 4907

Angelete White- Student Records Operator – 821-4904


CSM School Counseling Program Vision Statement

The Carolina Middle School students are goal – oriented, competitive 21st century prepared learners who pursue college and career opportunities confidently in our global world.   Every student participates in a high quality, caring environment where each student receives the necessary academic and personal support through the implementation of a comprehensive school counseling program that strategically partners with stakeholders that advocate for students to be successful citizens and life-long learners.

CSM School Counseling Program Mission Statement

The mission of the Carolina Springs Middle School Counseling and Advisement Department is to support all students in achieving their personal, academic, and career goals. We will unite our stakeholders to advocate for equity, access, and success for every student. Using our innovative and resourceful curricula, we will provide exceptional learning experiences in a caring, supportive, and professional environment.

Statement of Beliefs

The counselors at Carolina Springs Middle believe:

All students will achieve and be prepared for college, school to work and career opportunities in our global society when providing and implementing goal-oriented, high quality standards for 21st century leaders.

All students regardless of race, culture, sex, or academic abilities will have counseling needs met by differentiated counseling techniques and strategies through the implementation of developmentally appropriate counseling services and  21st century leadership curriculum opportunities.

School counselors are effective leaders in promoting high quality, accessible programs advocating for all students to attain their highest potential in areas of academic achievement, personal growth and social domains.

All students participate in a comprehensive counseling program in a caring environment developed, implemented, managed and evaluated by certified counseling professionals.

School counselors analyze disaggregated student and school data to determine the needs of the school’s population.

The school counselors are highly trained certified professionals that collaborate with all stakeholders and abide by the American School Counselor Association ethical standards and guidelines.

Important Links:

School Counseling- Lexington 1

ASCA Ethical Standards for School Counselors 

ASCA Mindsets & Behaviors for Student Success 

Who Are School Counselors?