Where Excellence is Expected

Fort Collins

High School

Where Excellence is Expected

Where Excellence is Expected

Peer Counseling

The Peer Counselors have a long history of helping our school and community. It is proud to be one of the first programs in the state. The peer counselors have an office on the second floor of gold hall with a welcoming atmosphere for everyone. Peer counselors are trained in empathetic listening skills.  They are a resource and support for various high school issues such as family issues, social and emotional concerns, drug and alcohol abuse, health issues, relationships, and conflict resolution.

Many of the peer counselors are also excellent academic tutors. A tutoring schedule is distributed to all the faculty at the beginning of each semester. The peers are goodwill ambassadors whom provide Peer to Peer support for Fort Collins High School students and also give terrific school tours.

Stop by their office and check out the friendliest place at Fort Collins High School!

Peer Counselors Training for Time to Talk presentations!  Working to keep our Lambkins informed and safe!


Peer Counseling Team

Aragon, Tatum M. Barstad, Katelyn E. Clarke, Michelle
Faris, Aden M. Fitz, Alexys S. Fox-Million, Avery C.
Fox-Million, Emily A. Hall, Jennelle C. Hinerfeld, Ayden C.
Kahle, Corbin D. Luther, Tean A. Munoz Rangel, Margarita
Nosler, Samuel M. Priebe, Anne W. Ramirez, Oliver A.
Rojas Miquilena, Gabriel Sandoval, Katya I. Spraker, Grant D.
Swain, Elaina F. Vacante, Elizabeth A. Verstraeten, Jacob M.
Wood, John S. Yoder, Emily A.  


PSD does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, veteran status, age or disability in access or admission to, or treatment or employment in, its programs or activities. A lack of English speaking skills will not be a barrier to admission or participation.