Student Services

Health Services

Norfolk Collegiate provides dedicated faculty and services to ensure our students have a safe and healthy learning environment, both mentally and physically. Our dedicated counselors work with all students to ensure a smooth transition from one year to the next while our dedicated nurses also work to provide a successful transition from home to physician to school and back.

Health Services

Norfolk Collegiate has two health clinics, one at our lower school campus and one at our middle and upper school campus. Our dedicated school nurse, Mrs. Susie Potter, provides assistance for:
  • General illness
  • Support for chronic conditions, like asthma and allergies
  • Support for student medical needs during field trips
  • Coordination for emergency services, when necessary
Our clinics are staffed by a full-time nurse and are available during school hours throughout the school year.
  • The lower school clinic is located in the administrative office area outside of the main lobby just inside the entry hall to the main entrance.
  • The middle and upper school clinic is located in the middle school administrative offices near the middle school entrance.

Guidance and Counseling

Norfolk Collegiate has two counselors dedicated dedicated to helping our students find success in all aspects of their school experience.

Academic and developmental support is provided through a variety of age-appropriate programs and support services, including the Learning Resource Program (Kindergarten  though Grade 12) and the Advisory Program (Grades 6-12).

Counselors facilitate character development through programs promoting integrity, honesty, responsibility, citizenship, school involvement, leadership, academic integrity and multicultural awareness and understanding of diversity. Physical and emotional development is fostered through classroom visits, individual and small group counseling, assemblies, guest speakers and performers, and programs that focus on self-esteem, wellness and alcohol and drug education.

In the middle and upper school, these topics are further explored through regularly scheduled advisory group meetings. Counselors visit classes regularly and meet with students individually to establish academic and personal goals. In the middle and upper schools, counselors also work with students in planning appropriate course selections.

Health Services Administration

List of 4 members.

  • Photo of Susanne Potter

    Susanne Potter 

    Health Department Chair: Lead School Nurse
  • Photo of Mandy Martin

    Ms. Mandy Martin 

    School Nurse
  • Photo of Pannill Titus

    Mrs. Pannill Titus 

    Lower and Middle School Counselor
  • Photo of Helen Younce

    Helen Younce 

    Upper School Counselor

Middle/Upper School Campus

Lower School Campus