Counseling Services Overview

  • Callaway High School counselors are a vital link to academic, career, and personal social development for all students. Working in collaboration with other educational programs in the high school, our professional school counselors ensure equity and access to programs and services so that every student is challenged and supported to achieve his/her highest potential. 

    All Callaway, counselors utilize the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) National Standards for School Counseling Programs, which address the academic, career, and personal/social (life skills) needs of all students. 
    Callaway High School counselors provide services that assist students in learning the knowledge and skills necessary for success. Counselors also measure the results of their programs, using data to determine our successes as well as areas that need improvement. Student and parental suggestions are welcome. 

    Jackson Public School counselors provide support for students through individual counseling, group information sessions, and electronic media. We also consult with parents, teachers, and administrators as well as collaborate with other community resources. 

    Our ultimate goal is to help students obtain the knowledge, skills, and attitudes that lead to academic, career, and personal/social success 


    12 Grade Counselor & Lead Counselor               Aisha Williams Floyd, Ed.S

    11th Grade Counselor                                          Carmen Taylor, Ed.S  

    10th Grade Counselor                                          Elisabeth Weston

    9th Grade Counselor                                            Angela Williams-Norals


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Mrs. Elisabeth Ward Weston

A Jackson, MS native. I am a product of Jackson Public Schools, having matriculated through Watkins Elementary, Powell Middle, and Callaway High School. As a 1998 Callaway graduate, I continued my pursuit of education locally at the world-renowned, 'Cradle of the Civil Rights Movement', Tougaloo College and, the home of the Sonic Boom of the South, Thee Jackson State University. Having earned a Bachelor of Arts in English, a Master of Arts in Teaching, and a Specialist in Education, I am a self-proclaimed lifelong learner and social activist. Currently, I am a doctoral candidate at Belhaven University pursuing a doctorate in educational leadership. My passion for people is evident in every aspect of my life. I love being a school counselor because of the outcome. As a school counselor, I have the privilege of improving communities through children. I understand that children are essential to the growth of a community, and it is my job as the school counselor to help each child realize their potential. My role as a counselor allows me to: a) Facilitate students’ acquisition of emotional, behavioral, and academic intelligence. b) Alleviate  impediments to students’ achievement and development into citizens who can make significant contributions to our global community. c) Help students select a postsecondary plan that will allow them to establish the social capital needed to change their families' lives.

Last Modified on August 30, 2023