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School of the Arts School Counseling Department
The SOA Counseling Department has been named a RAMP Program. This is a national recognition by the American School Counseling Association. We are the first in CCSD to receive this prestigious national award.
Vision of SOA School Counseling Department
All students at Charleston County School of the Arts are academically talented learners who will graduate with the knowledge and artistic skills to succeed in college or a conservatory, and prepared to meet the needs of the 21st Century global workforce. All students participate in a meticulous core curriculum supported by the comprehensive school counseling program that facilitates strategic partnerships between the school, family and community. As successful, life-long inquires and productive citizens, our students achieve their fullest potential, making a positive difference in our school and community.
Natasha A. Fields, School Counseling Director
9th - 12th Grades, A-F
(843) 529-4990 ext 66379
Stephanie Smalls School Counselor
9th - 12th Grades, N-Z
843-529-4990 ext 66409
Ciara Greco, School Counselor
9th -12th Grades, G-M
843-529-4990 ext 66386
Karen Lyle, School Counselor
6th (all) & 7th A-M
843-529-4990 ext 66410
Rachael Stallsmith, School Counselor
7th N-Z and 8th (ALL)
(843) 529-4990 ext 66362
Charleston County School of the Arts Counseling Department Mission Statement
The mission of Charleston County School of the Arts Counseling Department is to provide a comprehensive school counseling program that empowers all students while embracing their individual artistic differences. In partnership with administrators, teachers, parents, and key stakeholders, school counselors provide a continuum of support for academic achievement, career and personal/social development; simultaneously, preparing all students to compete in a global economy and make a positive contribution to our community.