DHS Counseling Department
The mission of the Dexter High School counseling department is to provide high quality, comprehensive school counseling services to all students. Our program, as guided by the ASCA National Model, is designed to help all students develop and enhance their academic, career, and personal/social strengths in order to become responsible and productive citizens. There is a commitment to individual uniqueness and the maximum development of human potential. Through the skillful use of strategic, timely, and personal interventions, counselors customize educational experiences in order to enhance capabilities, close achievement gaps among high and low performing groups and support positive choices.
Read more about our guiding principles, services, standards, and focus areas in our School Counseling Mission Statement.
The Dexter Girl’s Track and Field Team won the SEC White Division League Championship meet on Friday, May 8th at Lincoln Ypsilanti High School. The girls team scored 174 points. Adrian took second place with 126 points. Showing the breadth and depth of the team, girls earned points in all 17 track and field events. Winning the league meet in a commanding fashion cinched the SEC title for the Girl’s team.
Dexter had two SEC champions . Ali McLean won both the 3200m run and the 1600m run for the third year,and Charlotte Read in the Pole Vault for the second year in a row.
Dexter girls that medaled (All SEC) included Amy Larkin and Sarah Stone in the High Jump, Lindsey Hayter and Dana Tessmer in the Pole Vault, Tracy Meisner in both the 100m and 300m Hurdles, Maddie Kurcz in the 400m Dash and Alex Ammann in the 800m run.
The Dexter Boy’s Track and Field Team came in 5th at the SEC White Division League Championship meet scoring 78 points. The boys also showed great depth scoring in 14 events.
Dexter boys’ that were All SEC included Jaccob Colosky in the Discus, Casey Hanson in the Pole Vault, Travis Spuller in the 300m Hurdles, and Kavi Kulkarni in the 800m run.