• We believe that given proper support, all students can achieve at high levels according to their strengths; can maximize their potential; have equal access; have dignity and worth.
  • Counselors are a bridge between students, teachers, and administrators in valuing and encouraging community and parental input; in using every opportunity to discuss academic, career, and personal social development.
  • Our school counseling program is available to every student; is preventive and responsive; selects measurable student competencies based on local need in the areas of academic, career, and personal/social domains; has a delivery system that includes school guidance curriculum, individual planning, responsive services, and system support; monitors student progress and following through; seeks improvement each year based on results data; shares successes with stakeholders; is culturally sensitive.
  • We will abide by the professional school counseling ethics as advocated by the American School Counseling Association (ASCA) and continually participate in professional development activities essential to maintaining a quality school counseling program.


  • The vision of Liberty High School counselors is that all its students will acquire the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to reach their fullest potential and successfully manage their lives as healthy, responsible, competent, and productive citizens who respect themselves and others.


  • The mission of the Liberty High School Counseling and Guidance Department is to support and enhance the educational process of all students by helping each student develop an accurate self-image, take personal responsibility, and learn to make informed, healthy decisions. The Counseling and Guidance Program is developmental by design, focusing on needs, interests, and issues related to the various stages of student growth in three domains: personal/social, academic, and career/postsecondary planning.


Mrs. Diana MinutelliMA, Counseling Psychology, WVU304-326-7476Assigned junior and senior

Mr. Jeff Rush
MA, Counseling Psychology, Marshall University
Assigned freshmen and sophomore students.