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Green Mountain High School helps students chart their course toward a bright postsecondary future.

Mission Statement

We empower our students to be resilient, curious and compassionate by nurturing meaningful relationships.

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What Does a High School Counselor Do?

The GMHS Counseling Department’s mission is to work with all students to help them become productive citizens and lifelong learners by advocating for the unique needs of students and families within the Green Mountain community.

Counselors work with students in three domains: academic, career and social-emotional development. We present to large groups, work with teachers to do classroom lessons, provide small group counseling, and meet with students and families individually to meet students' needs within each of the domains.

College and Career Readiness Standards

Similar to classroom teachers, counselors help students achieve benchmark standards set forth by the American School Counseling Association (ASCA). These standards guide our practice as counselors as we help students reach their full potential as learners and as members of society.

Read about the American School Counseling Association (ASCA) National Model.

Upcoming Events

Coffee with the Counselors

In The HUB, 8:30 to 9:30 a.m.

  • Nov. 9 – Robbie’s Hope – suicide prevention
  • Dec. 7 – Boundaries and expectations
  • Feb. 8 – Work-based learning
  • April 4 – College admissions representative panel

Parent "Ram"bassadors

The Parent "Ram"bassadors is an “ask-a-parent” resource list made up of GMHS parents who want to help other parents with their big or small questions. Whether you are a new parent to GMHS or have been around a while but still have questions, they're here to help!

Career & College

Green Mountain staff can help students plan their path toward college and career.

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Course Registration

View information on course offerings, course selection and registration at Green Mountain.

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Graduation Requirements

Green Mountain students must meet credit and workforce readiness requirements to graduate.

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Individualized Career & Academic Plan (ICAP)

ICAPs help guide Green Mountain students and families in their exploration of career, academic and postsecondary opportunities.

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Mental Health Supports

Green Mountain promotes a safe, positive learning environment by supporting mental health.

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Seal of Biliteracy

Green Mountain students can earn the Jeffco Seal of Biliteracy by demonstrating proficiency in at least one world language in addition to English by graduation.

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Student Records & Transcripts

Jeffco students and families can access official records and transcripts.

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Transitioning from Middle School

Resources are available for Green Mountain students and families as they transition from middle school.

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