• Mission

    To provide a structured program of services for all scholars, parents, and the school community, and to assist scholars in the acquisition of skills, knowledge, and attitudes needed to become college-ready and lifelong learners, productive workers, and responsible citizens upon graduation from high school.

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Meet the Counselors

  • Ebonie Butler-Cheeks

    Butler-Cheeks is the 12th grade counselor. She is a graduate of the Holmes County Public School District and Delta State University.  She has an Educational Specialist in School Counseling degree from Jackson State University.  Her philosophy on education is "Every child is a success story."

    Angela C. Samuels

    Samuels is the 10th grade counselor.  She is a graduate of the Ridgeland Public School system and the University of Mississippi.  She obtained a Master's of Education Specialist degree from Mississippi College.  Her favorite aspect of counseling is getting to know her students.

    Chalandria Walker-Evans 

    Walker-Evans is the 9th grade counselor.  She is a proud graduate of William B. Murrah High School.  She has a Master's of Education School Counseling degree from Mississippi College.  Her favorite quote to describe her job is "I'm a School Counselor, what's your SuperPower?"

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Last Modified on October 12, 2018