Welcome students, parents, families, staff, and community members to the Counseling Department at Orange High School in Hillsborough, North Carolina.
OHS Counseling Department Vision:
The OHS School Counseling Department believes all students can learn and become responsible citizens in a diverse world. OHS counselors advocate for every student and use data-driven programming to promote academic and individual success.
OHS Counseling Department Mission:
OHS school counselors provide all students with a comprehensive school counseling program that encourages the highest level of student achievement through growth in academic, career, and personal/social domains. In partnership with teachers, administrators, parents, and our community, OHS school counselors assist all students in reaching their academic goals, becoming lifelong learners, and developing the skills to become caring, respectful, responsible citizens.
Phyllis Farlow (Students with last names A - E)
(919) 732-6133 x20026
Chanta Jackson (Students with last names F - L)
(919) 732-6133 x20024
Sam Westbrook (Students with last names M - R)
(919) 732-6133 x20020
Kelly Schaeffer (Students with last names S - Z)
(919) 732-6133 x20022
(919) 73206133 x20023
Career Development Coordinator, Room 310
(919) 732-6133 x20604
Student Services Secretary
(919) 732-6133 x20025
(919) 732-6133 x20067
Students are always welcome to visit their counselor, the social worker, the career development center, and the school nurse. Drop-ins for counselor and social worker visits can usually be seen before school, after school, or during lunch. Students must request a pass from teachers for visits to counselors during class time. Parents and students may email or call student services staff to set up appointments. The school nurse is regularly available to students in her office, or assistance can be found in the main office.
If you have a student who needs to be referred to see their counselor, please fill out a referral form using the links below. We will get an immediate notification when you submit the form.
If you can’t answer the questions below, see your counselor!
How do I calculate my GPA?
How do I study, manage my time, stay organized?
How do I get help from my teachers?
How can I repeat classes if I have failed some?
How can I still graduate when I am supposed to?
How do I research what I want to do after high school?
How do I increase my chances of acceptance to college?
How do I deal with stress, friends, or any other life issues?
Or any other questions you may have... The Counseling department is here to help you.
College/CEEB/SAT/ACT Code: 341875