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    Kingwood Park High School
    Counseling Team
     
    We Are KPark!
     
     
     
     
    PARENTS AND STUDENTS,

    KPHS counselors are available and working to ensure that the educational and emotional needs of KPHS students continue to be met. Counselors are prepared to communicate by email, phone and/or videoconferencing. 

    We know that you may have questions. The Covid-19 Support and Assistance tab may answer many of them. However if not, please reach out to your house counselor with any questions or concerns. 

    KPHS Counselors are here to help during this unprecedented time so please do not hesitate to reach out to us. See your counselor's information below and use the QR code to sign up to meet with your counselor.

     

     
     
    Students A-D
    Caren Barnes
    Phone: 281-641-6623
    Fax: 281-641-6717
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    Ms Barnes
    Students E-K
    Tim Hurlbert
    Phone: 281-641-6782
    Fax: 281-641-6819
     Click here or 
     Click here
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    Students L-Rh
    Kim Young, Lead Counselor
    Phone: 281-641-6697
    Fax: 281-641-6859
     
     
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    Students Ri-Z
    Jenny Vanhorn
    Phone: 281-641-6622
    Fax: 281-641-6840
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     Jenny
    At Risk Counselor
    Gina Sanchez
    Phone: 281-641-6610
     cLICK HERE
    Sanchez
    Counseling Office Manager
    Celia Herbst
    Phone: 281-641-6779
     
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    CREST Award Winners 2016-17, 2017-18 AND 2018-19
    Congratulations to Kingwood Park High School for being one of a group of only 70 schools from across the state to win the CREST Award for Counseling Excellence for 2017/18 AND 2018-2019. CREST stands for Counselors Reinforcing Excellence for Students in Texas.
    Schools receiving CREST awards have demonstrated a commitment using the school guidance and counseling program to improve the lives and achievement of students in academic, career, and personal social domains.