Skip To Main Content

Schools Panel

Sidebar Container

Sticky call to action buttons

Downingtown East Counseling

Downingtown East High School
Counseling Department

Welcome to the Downingtown East Counseling Department. We look forward to supporting all students with their academic, social/emotional, and post-secondary planning needs. The Counseling Department door is always open. Students can stop by at any time to request an appointment to meet with their school counselor. Our Counseling Office Administrative Assistants, Stacy Yost and Michele Large, will be happy to assist students and parents with whatever they need.
Who is Your School Counselor?
School Counselor  9th-11th Grades  12th Grade
Ms. Cole   A-Cov A-Con
Ms. Chupela Cox-Gl Coo-Ga
Ms. Gallo Go-Ke Ge-Kel
Ms. Hanna Ki-Mar Kern-McC
Mr. Matta Mas-Pl McD-Pr
Ms. Gregory Po-So Ra-So
Mr. Davis Sp-Z Sr-Z


Counseling Administrative Assistants: 
Stacy Yost,
Michele Large,

Regular Hours of Operation:  The Counseling Department is open year -round, Monday-Friday from 7:00 am - 3:00 pm.  Counselors are available during the school year from 7:25 am - 2:55 pm each day school is in session.

Appointment Scheduling:  The Counseling Department operates on a "walk-in" approach.  Students are not required to have an appointment to stop in and see their counselor.  If the counselor is not available when a student drops in, they will be asked to schedule an appointment at a later time.  Students are welcome to schedule an appointment if they prefer, and parents are likewise encouraged to schedule an appointment as well, to ensure a counselor will be available when they come in.  To request an appointment, please visit the counseling office or contact your counselor. 

Counseling Support Areas

24-Hour Crisis Support

24-Hour Crisis Support

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Call, text or chat 988 

Valley Creek Crisis Intervention
24-Hour Hotline 

Safe to Say Something
24-Hour Tip Line 

Are you afraid someone you know may hurt themselves? Submit an anonymous tip and school officials and law enforcement (as necessary) will immediately respond.


In School Support

While we continue to encourage students to tell a trusted adult about any concerns, the new and existing anonymous tip lines provide additional options for reporting concerns.  

Prevention SpecialistsMental Health ServicesSchool Counselors

Resources & Parent Trainings

Please visit our YouTube channel for past parent trainings and speaker series.

DASD YouTube Channel/Pupil Services Playlist