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The mission of the Washington Community High School counseling program is to provide a comprehensive curriculum that promotes student achievement and growth in the academic, career and personal/social domains, while encouraging all students to become life-long learners. In collaboration with the Washington staff, parents and community, the school counselors will help every student become self-aware productive citizens of the local community and the world beyond.                                   

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Mrs. M. Michael
Students A-E
(309) 444-5572
Mrs. Deanna 
Students F-La
(309) 444-5573

Mrs. Molly 


Counseling Dept. Chair

Students Le-R

(309) 444-5574

Ms. Kim 


Students S-Z

(309) 444-5575

Mr. Walt Nunnally
Early Intervention Counselor Illini Family Counseling

(309) 444-5564

Mrs. Laurie Ryan

Registrar and Counseling Secretary

Student Records

(309) 444-5571


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Transcript & Health Record Requests
Fill out the request form in the office or contact Mrs. Ryan by phone, 444-5571. If you are 18 years old or older, only you can request your records.    

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