Phone: 3363752466


Degrees and Certifications:

I have a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from Bennett College in Greensboro, NC. In addition, I have a Master's of Education degree in elementary and secondary school counseling from Wilmington University in New Castle, DE. My graduate program is accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP). I am licensed as a school counselor in the state of Delaware through the Delaware Department of Education (DDOE) and in the state of North Carolina through the Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI). I have been a practicing school counselor since August 2017. Before beginning as a school counselor at the Early/Middle College at GTCC Greensboro, I was an elementary school counselor at Oak Hill Elementary School in High Point, NC and a school counseling intern at Concord High School and Stanton Middle School, both in Wilmington, DE.

Ms. Tori McElrath

Hello Everyone! My name is Ms. McElrath. I am the new high school counselor at the Early/ Middle College at GTCC- Greensboro. I am excited and eager to see what this new school year will bring!


  • Appointments

    Whenever possible, students and parents/guardians are encouraged to use my Bookings page to schedule appointments:  

    Additionally, I am available at the above contacts during normal school hours. Please note I will make every effort to return calls, emails, and messages within 1-2 schooldays. If you need more immediate assistance, please contact the school's main office.


     Counseling Program Information

    The counseling program at the Early/Middle College at GTCC Greensboro is designed to help students, grades 9-13, make the most of their educational experience. As a school counselor, I am concerned about all students’ social-emotional well-being, academic progress, future planning, and development. All students participate in the school counseling program on a regular basis. 

    As a school counselor, I do not diagnose mental health conditions or charge any fees. As appropriate, I will assist the student and parent/guardian with the coordination of mental health services outside the school setting. The following specific activities are offered (but not limited to) by the counseling program:

    1. Individual and group counseling related to social-emotional, academic, or career issues on an as-needed basis.
    2. Appointments with parents/guardians to discuss concerns regarding their student’s social-emotional, academic, or career development.
    3. Assistance with future planning, college planning, and the college admissions process.
    4. Periodic classroom lessons related to positive academic, career, and social-emotional development.

    Any information the student shares with me is confidential except: if a student directs me to tell someone else, I suspect a student is in danger of someone else, the student is a danger to themselves or others, in cases of suspected abuse/ neglect of a child, elder, or disabled person, or I am ordered by a court to disclose information. 

    In the event you have questions/ concerns about the counseling program, please contact me by email or phone (information listed at top of page).  



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