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Chelsea High School

Welcome to the Chelsea High School 
Counseling Department

Our mission is to ensure that all students are self-sufficient, introspective and knowledgeable of their choices

The professional school counselors at Chelsea High School provide a comprehensive school counseling program based on the ASCA National Model that prepares and inspires all students to become responsible, effective, and meaningfully engaged citizens in a global community.

We collaborate with students, parents, teachers, and the CHS administration to address the academic, social/emotional and college/career preparatory needs of our student body.

We empower and encourage all students to open their minds, explore possibilities, and work towards achieving their goals.

We advocate for equity, access, and success for every student. 

We encourage student self-advocacy and accountability and we promote the development of citizenship that embraces excellence of character.  

Please refer to the Course Offering booklet for in-depth description of counseling services.

CHS Counseling Office blog announcements and more.....
Upcoming events and dates 


Counseling Office Staff
  Phone 734-433-2243
  Fax  734-433-2295

Meet our staff

Timothy Mann, Counselor
students with last name  A-G 
734-433-2201 ext. 1013  

Daniela Bickel, Counselor
students with last name  H-O
734-433-2201 ext. 1016        

Dorvia Thomas-Hill, Counselor
students with last name  P-Z
734-433-2201 ext. 1014        

Shelley Weber, Secretary             
734-433-2243 ext.1011

Important deadlines, testing dates and more


SWWC '21-'22 Application open for Consortium classes Dec. 7th - Feb. 19th

Start: Dec 7, 2020 End: Feb 19, 2021

Multi-Day Event


Students Input 2021-2022 Scheduling Requests

Start: Jan 26, 2021 End: Feb 11, 2021

Multi-Day Event


AP Test payment due

All Day Event

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