EHS Counseling


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Interested in taking OnRamps? Click Here for more information on classes offered at Eaton and how to request an OnRamps course.

 List of courses for dual credit

List of courses for OnRamps (dual enrollment)

*The enrollment process for NCTC dual credit can be lengthy and we are starting now. If you are interested, please contact Mrs. Elifirits, counseling secretary, in the counseling office.

Have you thought about being an athletic trainer or office aide or joining Partners in PE, PALs (Peer Assistance & Leadership), our EMT program, Yearbook, or Eagle TV Announcements for the 2018-2019 school year? 

These courses require an application process. If you are interested in one of the above courses or want to learn more, please visit the Eaton Advisory Moodle Page for more information, including applications.

Some applications have specific requirements and deadlines, so make sure to click on each link and direct questions to the specific contact listed for each course.


Advisory Moodle Page: (To access the links in Moodle, make sure you are signed in to Google with your NISD login credentials) 

Check out our Upcoming Events page for the latest events happening in the district and at Eaton.

Counselor contact information:

Shana Jackson, Lead - last names A-Bl
Marcela Southerland - last names Bo-E
Irene Myers - last names F-Ji
Abby Scanlon - last names Jo-Mor
Michelle Arnold - last names Mos-Shi
Rebecca Kelley - last names Sho-Z

Want to stay informed of events going on within the Counseling Dept?
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                             Text @eatoncoun to 81010.

School Profile

                                  Eaton Counseling Mission Statement

The Mission of the Eaton High School Counseling program is to provide all students with a comprehensive school counseling program which encourages the highest level of student achievement. Through a caring and engaging environment, school counselors foster academic, career and personal/social growth to reach all students within our diverse population. Collaborating with teachers, parents and community, the school counselors help all students to be successful lifelong learners in a global society.