Edina High School recognizes that each student possesses unique interests, abilities and goals leading to diverse post-secondary and career opportunities.
Through a collaborative, tiered service delivery model, EHS supports all students in the acquisition of the educational and social competencies necessary to both achieve their full potential and engage in effective, responsible global citizenship.
Find information-specifically for each class within the sites below.
EHS Counseling Model
- Student Contact (1:1 & Group)
- Personalized Learning Advocate
- Post-secondary Planning/Transition
- Resource Management
- Service Referral
- Liaison/Case Management
- Academic/Personal/Social Support
- Crisis Management
- Site Leadership
- Collaboration with Key Partners
- Professional Development
- Stakeholder Communication
Counselors partner with students, parents and teachers to make sure students are included, engaged and successful at school and in life. They provide support in a variety of ways, including registration and scheduling, peer mediation and conflict resolution, social-emotional learning, and managing academic programming.
Grade 10-12 Last Name: A-Cad
Grade 10-12 Last Name: Cae-En
Grade 10-12 Last Name: Eo-Hok
Grade 10-12 Last Name: Hol-Laq
Grade 10-12 Last Name: Lar-Mor
Grade 10-12 Last Name: Mos-Rol
Grade 10-12 Last Name: Rom-Swa
Grade 10-12 Last Name: Swb-Z
Grade 9 Counselor Team 4, Team 5, Team 6
Grade 9 Counselor, Team 1, Team 2, Team 3
Social workers at EHS work to provide services to students to improve their academic performance and to help enhance their emotional well-being. They also help connect families with resources within the community that will help to support them.
Laura Livesay, LICSW
Grades 10-12 (Student Last Name Lao-Z)
Ebony Gums, LICSW
Grades 10-12 (Student Last Name A-Lan)
School psychologists partner with families, teachers, school administrators, and other professionals to create safe, healthy, and supportive learning environments that strengthen connections between home, school, and the community.
Chemical Health Coordinator
Hours: Tuesday and Thursday, 8:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Grade 10-12 Student Last Name A-Laq
Allison Du Chateau
Grade 10-12 Student Last Name Lar-Z
College & Career Center/Visit Scheduler
College & Career Center
Department Fax: 952-848-3119
High School Code: 240-708
District Mental Wellness Support
Fraser Mental Health Services
We are continuing our partnership with Fraser to provide school-based therapy this year. If you have questions about Fraser services, please contact your school support staff or the therapist assigned to your child's school.
Student Contact Day Hours:
- M – F: 6:30 AM – 8:15 AM
- M – F: 8:15 AM – 3:16 PM (Open to student use if in student prep/flex block)
- M – F: 3:16 PM – 5:15 PM