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Making an Appointment

If you need to talk to your school counselor, please come to the counseling office and schedule an appointment through the counseling secretary.


Counseling Office
8:30 a.m.-3:06 p.m. 

Crisis Phone Numbers

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Washington County Crisis Response Unit 

Emergency Line
911 - Please call 911 if you or someone you know is in immediate danger of harming themselves or someone else. 

Course Registration Information

Course Registration

Important things to note:

  • All students should sign up for 18 courses.
  • You need to register for full years of your cores classes. Please review graduation requirements in the Course Guide for more details.
  • All zero hour and summer classes should be listed under Alternates.
  • All students MUST have 5 alternates listed unless they are taking six classes that run all year (have A, B, and C sections). 

Review this PowerPoint to learn more about registration and how to register for classes.

Review this PowerPoint if you are an incoming 9th grader.

Review this PowerPoint to learn more about Online classes in SoWashCo Schools

For a complete list of classes and their description, please review the Course Guide 

Click here for 916 Application (Juniors and Seniors)

If you have additional questions, please contact your student’s counselor.









Meet the counseling staff

Laurie Haugstad

Laurie Haugstad

Counseling Assistant

Meghna Srivastava

Faculty Information

Woodbury High School
Office Professional

Contact Information

Merry Holden

Merry Holden

School Counselor

Counselor – Students A-Co

Jeri Olson Eddicus

Jeri Olson Eddicus

School Counselor

Counselor – Students Cr-Ha

Ethan Young

Ethan Young

School Counselor

Counselor – Students He-Li

Kathy Dornfeld

Kathy Dornfeld

School Counselor

Counselor – Students Lo-Pa

Louise Hecht

Louise Hecht

School Counselor

Counselor – Students Pe-St

School: 651-425-4474

Ker Thao

Ker Thao

School Counselor

Counselor – Students Su-Z

Counseling Resources 

Search Resources

All students using the Common App are encouraged to make an appointment to meet with their counselor if they have any questions.


Credit by Assessment is an opportunity to earn credits for a course a student has not yet taken at any institution or online. Students may not attempt to earn credit through assessment for a course in which they have been previously enrolled.

View the Financial Aid Presentation presented by Jeff Olson; the director of Financial Aid at Bethel University.

Genesys Works is a non-profit that provides opportunities for students to work in meaningful, paid internships at major corporations and receive free college, financial assistance during their senior year of high school. 

If you are going to be taking an online class outside of WHS, please complete this form and return it to your counselor.

A 12th grade student in good standing academically, behaviorally, and on track for graduation may schedule a senior study period 1 hour per trimester. 

Looking for college and career resources?

Learn more on our college and career readiness page. 

Mental health and crisis resources 

Note: Although we do not give specific referrals for any agencies, the following is a list of community resources available for you to contact for counseling and related services. Many of these services offer sliding fee scales or free services. Nearly all of the following information was taken from the Washington County Family Resources Directory.

We strongly recommended that students review the following resources with a parent, guardian, or trusted adult.