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Welcome to the BLHS Counseling Office

Important Contact Information

Office: (803) 532-9251

 Fax: (803) 532-9597

School Code/CEEB Code: 410110

School Counseling Staff

Caitlin Gordon, Director of School Counseling

Students L-Z


Sarah Wicker, School Counselor

Students A-K


Gale Gibson, Receptionist


Lynne Cade, PowerSchool Operator





The purpose of the Lexington 3 School Counseling Program is to assist all students to achieve their potential, become lifelong learners, graduate college or career ready, and live as productive citizens.


The direction of Lexington 3 School Counselors is to provide all students with a comprehensive, developmental school counseling program in partnership with teachers, administrators, parents, and a caring community.  The school counseling program will encourage all students to be successful 21st century lifelong learners by addressing their academic, personal/social, and career needs.


  • Lexington 3 school counselors believe each student’s unique potential can be nurtured and developed through a strong comprehensive counseling program.
  • Lexington 3 school counselors believe they are advocates, role models, and partners with all stakeholders to assist students to achieve high standards.
  • A school counseling program must be dynamic and developmentally appropriate for all students.
  • Input from stakeholders is necessary for school counselors to plan and deliver an effective school counseling program.
  • The school counselors believe that each year data should be used to make informed decisions regarding the development of their counseling program.
  • Lexington 3 school counselors are guided by the ethical and legal standards set by the American School Counselor Association.