• School Counseling services include individual and group counseling, parent/teacher consultation, and referrals to community resources. In addition, all students receive monthly classroom developmental lessons focusing on the school's Expectations of Excellence and Georgia's Career Clusters

    About Mr. Creger
    This is my seventh year as a professional school counselor and third year at MCAA. I graduated from the University of Illinois, where I completed my Bachelors of Arts in Political Science.  I completed my Masters of Science in Education School Counseling at Western Illinois University, and Education Specialist degree in Professional Counseling and Supervision at the University of West Georgia. 

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    jcreger@marietta-city.k12.ga.us
    Office Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8:20am - 4:20pm. 


    The mission of the Marietta Center for Advanced Academics School Counseling Program is to provide a comprehensive, developmental counseling program that assists all students’ acquisition of knowledge, skills and attitudes needed in their academic, career, and social-emotional development. 

    The vision of the Marietta Center for Advanced Academic Counseling Program is for all students to reach their fullest educational potential and successfully manage their lives as responsible, competent and productive citizens who respect themselves and others.

    The beliefs of the Marietta Center for Advanced Academics Counseling Program include:
    • All students can learn at their own ability level to achieve academic success.
    • The school counseling program is preventative in nature and developmentally appropriate for all students’ academic, social/emotional, and career development.
    • The school counselor actively identifies and advocates for all students’ needs.
    • The school counseling department collaborates among teachers, administrators, parents, and community stakeholders to plan, manage, deliver and evaluate school counseling programming.
    • The school counseling program relies on data-driven evidence used to assess the needs and effectiveness of the school counseling program; and will drive future program offerings, development, and evaluation.
    • School counselors must adhere to the professional and ethical standards of the Georgia School Counselors Association and the American School Counselor Association.

     

     

     

Last Modified on November 29, 2018