Counseling Services

  • PSH Profile

    School Counseling Dept. Updates/Resources:

      • School counseling updates can be found in Schoology. Students may sign up for Schoology via Class link with the designated access code below. Parents must contact the school counselor for an access code after student has joined.
        • PSH 2023: 5C38-QRZ2-9SKWV
        • PSH 2024: 6FFV-KFSF-BFKWG
        • PSH 2025: DT4N-5B7V-7MKQS
        • PSH 2026: TM52-XZB7-H66G3

      • Sign up for Accuplacer or ASVAB testing, or an event via link HERE


    Community Resources:

    • Berkeley Mental Health (843)761-8282
    • MUSC Institute of Psychiatry (843)792-9888
    • United Way’s 24 hour hotline – dial 211 or 1-800-922-2283
    • Palmetto Behavioral Health (843)747-5830


    Dr. Edmondson
    Director/School Counselor
    Last Names A-L, Grades 10th -12th
    P:843-471-2960 ext. 1025 F: 843-471-2309

    Mrs. Mabry
    School Counselor
    Last Names M-Z, Grades 10th -12th
    P: 843-471-2960 ext. 1017 F: 843-471-2309

    Ms. Buttel
    School Counselor
    9th Grade
    P: 843-471-2960 ext. 1008 F: 843-471-2309

    Mrs. Dianne Moore-Hazlett, Registrar
    Enrollments & Withdrawals
    P: (843)471-2960 ext. 1003 F: (843)471-2309

    Mrs. Joi E. Williams
    Powerschool Clerk
    Parent Portal and Report Cards
    P: 843-471-2960 ext. 1006 F: 843-471-2309

    Mrs. Dominique Ford, Social Worker
    (843) 471-2960 ext. 1009

    The role of the school counseling department is to implement a comprehensive school counseling program aligned to the American School Counseling Association (ASCA) model, focusing on services that will have a positive impact on attendance, achievement, behavior.


    The mission of the Berkeley County School District and Philip Simmons High School is to facilitate and support student-driven learning experiences by unleashing the power and potential of education. The Philip Simmons High School Counseling Department commits to the mission by working in collaboration with administration, teachers, parents, and the community to promote the academic, social-emotional, career development, and success of ALL students.


    The vision of the Berkeley County School District and Philip Simmons High School is to create a future we dare to imagine and make a positive difference. The School Counseling Department supports the vision by providing services to promote the post-secondary success of ALL students.

    Annual Student Outcome Goals

    1. 100% of graduating seniors will have a postsecondary plan upon graduation.

    2. 80% of at-risk students will pass 75% or more required courses needed to graduate at the end of first semester.

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