The mission of the school counseling program at Auburndale High School is to provide a comprehensive and developmental counseling program that addresses the academic, career, and personal/social development of all students. The school counseling program is an essential part of the total educational program. School counselors are advocates who provide support to maximize all students' potential and academic achievement. In partnership with educators, parents or guardians, and the community, school counselors establish a culture of high expectations where students are empowered to reach their potential while utilizing their unique abilities and interests.

How can your counselor assist you?

  • Academic Support
  • Career Development
  • Personal/Social Development
  • Individual Conferences
  • Graduation Requirements
  • Parent-Teacher Conferences
  • Collaborate with teachers to ensure student achievement

Parents and legal guardians may schedule conferences with their child's counselor by calling the office. Parents/guardians may also request to meet with their child's teachers by contacting the school counselor. Due to teaching schedules, Parent/Teacher conferences are usually scheduled at the end of the school.

Counselors are available from 6:45 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. Walk-ins are welcome, but you are highly encouraged to schedule an appointment with your child's counselor.

School Counselors:

To contact us, call (863) 965-6200, option 3.

Jana Dixon
Last Names A-C

Carol Palmer
9th-12th Grade, Last Names D-J
Referral Coordinator (MTSS)

Jeanyves Bazile
9th-12th Grade, Last Names K-Q

Richard Davis
9th-12th Grade, Last Names R-Z
Dual Enrollment

College & Career Adviser: Joslyn Giles
School Psychologist: Mary McGregor
Registrar: Lorinda Cayce