DFA School Counseling Department
2019-2020 Course Registration for Currently Enrolled Students
Use the link below to access the course change request form for your 2019-2020 schedule. Complete this form if you want to request a course that is not on your course registration form that you received during classroom guidance in the fall.
Dual Enrollment at Augusta University
Information sessions about dual enrollment at Augusta University will be held on the following dates: February 6, March 14, and April 3. Click on the following link to register for the session for that date:
General information about dual enrollment at Augusta University (as well as links to register for the information sessions) can be found at:
DFA students who are interested in dual enrollment need to complete the DFA Course Request Form and indicate interest in dual enrollment. Go to the Dual Enrollment page located in links on the left margin.
Any student who is interested in participating in the Students2Work program needs to complete this form Students2Work and return the completed form to Mrs. Shipman in the counseling office.
Click on Students2Work.org to complete application by February 28, 2019.
For more information click on Students2Work FAQ.
The Davidson School Counseling Program fosters an environment in which students can achieve academic and fine arts success, as well as personal/social development. The comprehensive, developmental curriculum provided through this program is designed to meet identified needs of students in grades 6-12.The program’s main goal is to facilitate the development of individuals who are successful learners and have the skills to thrive in the everyday world.
During the school year, the School Counseling Department is open to serve students and parents Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. Please contact the Counseling Office at 706-823-6924 ext. 2340.
All students at John S. Davison Fine Arts Magnet School are academically and artistically talented learners who will graduate with the knowledge and artistic skills to succeed in college or a conservatory and be prepared meet the needs of the Twenty-first-century global workforce. All students participate in a rigorous core curriculum supported by the comprehensive school counseling program that facilitates strategic partnerships among the school, family, and community.
The mission of the John S. Davidson Fine Arts Magnet School Counseling Department is to provide a comprehensive school counseling program that empowers all students while embracing their individual and artistic differences. In partnership with parents, administrators, teachers, faculty, staff, and key stakeholders, school counselors provide a continuum of support for academic achievement as well as career and personal/social development for all students. The school counseling department strives to prepare all students to compete in a global economy and make a positive contribution to the community.
Mrs. Bobbie Lou ShipmanHigh School CounselorPhone: 706.823.6924Mrs. Gina BassfordMiddle School CounselorPhone: 706.823.6924Mrs. Cindy HoopsAdministrative AssistantPhone: 706.823.6924 ext. 2340Office Hours: 8:45 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.Student Data Collection SpecialistPhone: 706-823-6924 ext. 2360Office Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.