Welcome to Southeast Raleigh Magnet High School Student Services
The SRMHS Counseling & Student Services Department Mission is to empower students with the knowledge and skillset to become powerful, informed, and productive citizens who lead and fostering positive change domestically and throughout the global community.
Our primary focus is to support student's social, emotional, and academic success on an individual basis through strategic planning and monitoring of progress. We recognize that a student's overall well-being is fundamental to academic achievement of Social, Emotional, Learning (SEL) therefore a student and counselor collaboration is imperative in order to foster this on-going academic, social, and emotional endeavor. Counselors are here to support the WHOLE student while guiding and connecting them with in-school and outside of school resources/opportunities.
"We Are Student Focused - Student-Driven"CEEB/SAT/ACT/School Code: 343239Student Services Department: Contact Extention & EmailCounselor for last names A-D: Mrs. C. Shaw, x 24988, email: firstname.lastname@example.orgCounselor for last names E-K: Ms. J. Hall x 24984, email: email@example.comCounselor for last names L-P: Ms. D. High, x 24988, email: firstname.lastname@example.orgCounselor for last names Q-Z: Mr. J. Kuhn, x 24996 email: email@example.comSAP Counselor (Special Student Support): Vacant, (contact Ms. Poole, Dean of Counseling & Student Services)Data Manager/Address & telephone number updates: Mrs. J. Pendergraft, x 24963, firstname.lastname@example.orgRegistrar/ Coordinator of Records, Transcripts & Withdrawals: Mrs. M. Peterson, x 24966, email@example.comGuidance Technician/ Student Enrollment: Ms. K. Manning x24982, firstname.lastname@example.orgDean of Student Services Department: Ms. S. D. Poole, Ed.S., x 24985, email@example.com______________________________________________________________________________________Parent Resources: How We Can Support Your Student During Covid and In-Person)
Social Studies Department
The Parent-Teacher Conference (npr.org) Get tips for preparing for parent-teacher conferences and helping teachers understand your student.
Mysteries of the Teenage Brain (npr.org) Read about tips that can help you understand your student.Transition to High School (patch.com) Survival tips for helping your freshman.
Online Learningteachingtolerance.org: Is online learning the best for your student? Read about one student's account and experience with online education.
Preparing for College10 Things to Help You Select a College (nextstepU.com)
The College Application (princetonreview.com)
Letters of Recommendation (princetonreview.com)
Requesting Services for Learning Differences in College (princetonreview.com)
When Applying for Financial Aid, Cross Your Fingers and Hope (npr.org)