Counseling

Welcome to the
Byron Nelson High School
Counselor's Corner


Counselors 2016-2017


2775 Bobcat Blvd, Trophy Club, Texas 76262
817-698-5731 phone, 817-698-5708 fax
We are here to serve!

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National Honor Society students will be available in the
Counseling Office Go Center!
Schedule:
Tuesday & Thursday
8:00 - 8:30 am
4:10 - 4:40 pm
* Bring work you need help with and your Chromebook!

Be in the know about the latest news from the BNHS
Counseling Department!

Click here for our counseling newsletter!

Please note: your counselor may have changed this year.  
Find your counselor based on your last name. 


Paige Smith                     A-Bic
Lead counselor
817-698-5689
psmith04@nisdtx.org

Leah Berry                      Bid-Dos
817-698-5794
lberry@nisdtx.org

Shannon Nobles               Dot-Hon
817-698-5674
snobles@nisdtx.org

Jennifer Martinez              Hoo-Maq
817-698-5741
jmartinez@nisdtx.org

Megan Thomas                 Mar-Pop
817-698-5847
mthomas01@nisdtx.org

Natalie Eddleman              Poq-Stel
817-698-5672
neddleman@nisdtx.org

Monique Chavez                   Stem-Z
817-698-5711
rhoda.chavez@nisdtx.org

  

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Remind 101 - Get Counseling Center Updates sent to your phone: 

Having a hard time keeping up with all the events going on with the BNHS Counseling department? New this year, you can sign up to get reminder texts from the BNHS counselors. They will include reminders about upcoming events and deadlines. You can sign up by texting @bnhsco to 682.237.8297

Northwest ISD students joined forces with the One Voice, One Choice alliance to create a District-wide positive message, “It’s Up 2 U.” “It’s Up 2 U” serves to remind all of us to be proactive in preventing suicide, bullying, cyber-bullying, drug use/abuse, violence, and any self-harm. Tell a trusted adult or submit an online NISD Tip Line. Remaining silent is not the solution. Encourage one another and share what you’re doing at #itsup2U. 

 

A new resource this year for parents is "Real Talks". The idea of “Real Talks” is to encourage authentic conversation about topics affecting our children and youth. As you see editions of “Real Talks," please make sure you take time to read what’s being discussed at school and how you can add to the discussion as a parent/guardian. “Real Talks” will provide talking points for you to initiate conversations with your kid(s) at home. As the proverb goes, “It takes a village to raise a child.” Northwest ISD, in partnership with you, will strive to facilitate healthy life choices for our students. To take advantage of this resource check out the following link:

NISD Real Talks website

NISD College and Career Readiness Website 

Northwest ISD has a new webpage that has many great resources for college and career readiness. They have links for resources on SAT, ACT, PSATNavianceFinancing CollegeTransitioning to CollegeCareer ReadinessDual Credit in NISDAdvance Placement in NISD and more. To access this resource click on the following link: College and Career Readiness Website


Mission Statement:

The mission of the Byron Nelson High School Counseling Department is to support the provision of a premier education, challenge and engage all students, and to foster distinguished academic achievement in partnership with students, parents, educators and community leaders. The Byron Nelson High School comprehensive counseling program employs data driven interventions, programs and information to help achieve our goals of endowing all students with success in school, thriving social and emotional development, leadership experiences and college and career preparation to ensure they graduate future ready and equipped to be productive citizens in an ever changing global society.

Vision Statement:

Every student from Byron Nelson High School is socially and emotionally secure and is equipped to successfully handle life’s challenges. They are hardworking, the experts and authorities in their fields and excel when pursuing goals and opportunities. BNHS students are the innovators, problem solvers and sought after, skilled professionals in their communities and in the ever-changing global society.