The College Admission and Counseling Office, directed by Dr. Cynthia Morton, works closely with students as they make steps toward graduation and prepare for their postsecondary options. The office provides services in person, if possible, and online, including academic advisement, parental consultation, academic support, career/college exploration, and personal/social development.
Listed below are new changes and operating procedures for parents and students during COVID-19.
Parent Remind accounts have been created to allow parents to receive information on important events, dates, and information for your student. Please join to receive the latest information.
Parents C/O 2021-@ 3bb86e
Parent C/O 2022- @c4bgh2
Parents C/O 2023-@9h6f3a
Parents C/O 2024-@bkkkbb
Parents C/O 2025-@bk8afb
There are several ways you can reach the office without face to face contact:
Call 478-987-0547 ext. 229
Soon, a new online counseling office will provide you with access to important information, forms, a link to make a virtual appointment, and much more!
The College Admission and Counseling office serves students in grades 6 through 12. College counseling begins at the 9th grade level with a goal of each student to be admitted into colleges that both appeal to the student and that also fit his/her academic co-curricular and personal profile. Students are encouraged and guided through the process for college preparation. Westfield has a successful history of 100 percent college acceptance. The office assists Middle and Upper School students dealing with personal, peer or academic issues. Westfield strives to ensure a supportive and positive experience for all students within the academic environment.
Dr. Cynthia Morton
BA History, Georgia Southern University
MED Social Science, Georgia Southern University
Ed.S School Counseling, Georgia Southern University
Ed.D Leadership, Walden University
Licensed Professional Counselor
Adjunct Faculty, Rockdale Virtual Campus, Peer Leadership