Secondary Counseling and Advising

Do you need to talk?
Students can meet with a counselor by:
  • Completing this form
  • Email
  • Teacher/parent referral
  • Peer referral
*Parents are not notified if a student visits a counselor unless there is a concern for harm to self or others, significant academic concerns, or if the student requests it.



Counseling Department Vision


Frontier Academy's counseling department fosters collaborative relationships with students, parents, teachers, and the community to develop leadership in all students.

Counseling Department Mission


"The mission of the School Counseling program is to provide equitable access to a comprehensive program that provides meaningful personal, social, academic, and career development that inspires students to reach their maximum capacity as leaders in their own lives and in the community." This will be achieved by engaging students in:

  • A meaningful comprehensive program that addresses personal/social, academic, and career development

  • A delivery system that includes Classroom Guidance, Small Groups, Individual Sessions, and Responsive services

  • Data-driven directives supported by a partnership with teachers, parents, and stakeholders



Mr. Henry  Byerly

Byerly, Henry

School Counselor

970-339-9153 ext. 1160


Amanda Miller, K-12 Counselor

Miller, Amanda

School Counselor

970-339-2688 ext. 1663


Megan Steward. K-12 Counselor

Steward, Megan

School Counselor

970-339-2688 ext. 1101


Mrs. Kendra Lloyd

Loyd, Kendra

Counseling Secretary

970-339-9153 ext. 1166