Counseling Center


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  • Senior Information

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  • Checklists for each grade

  • Testing Information (SAT & ACT)

  • College bound athletics

  • Post Secondary Planning (after high school)

  • SHS Mentors

  • Connections

  • Suicide Prevention

  • Community Resources

Your SHS Counseling Team

Jeralyn Mire

Post Secondary Counselor

Shannon Kerrigan


Sara Gosling


Tavi Bandenburg


Angie Dail

College and Career Mentor

Errika Brownell

Registration and Records

Amanda Skinner

Registration and Records

Current SHS students Transcript Requests: Students need to fill out the blue form in the Counseling Office.


We adhere to the American School Counselors’ Association Code of Ethics. This means we will keep the information students share with us confidential – unless they give us permission to share it or we are required by law or school policy to share it.

Contact Counseling @ (208) 263-3034. To contact a specific department staff member click here.

Our Mission

To encourage and empower every student at Sandpoint High School to achieve academic success, strengthen personal and social growth, and develop achievable post-secondary plans, delivered with the highest ethical standards, through a developmental standards based curriculum, and in partnerships with the professional school staff, parents, businesses, civic organizations and higher education.

We Believe

    • All students have dignity and worth

    • All students have the right to participate in the school counseling program delivered by a certified professional school counselor

    • All students want to succeed and learn

    • High standards with appropriate support leads to greater achievement

    • Acceptance and mutual respect encourages students to take the risks necessary for academic and personal growth

    • Effort and perseverance are fundamental to success and growth

    • All students’ ethnic, cultural, racial, sexual differences and special needs are considered in planning and implementing the school counseling program

Course Description Videos and Media

The links below are to help students and parents navigate all the course options in order to plan the best progression of classes for them at Sandpoint High School. There are videos explaining single courses, videos explaining options within a department, and flowcharts to give an overview of the courses within a department. These materials should always be used in conjunction with the current course catalog to be sure you understand the requirements and pre-requisites for each course.