Bishop Manogue Counselors seek to reflect God by serving students in the pursuit of excellence in their high school, college, academic, and personal development. We also recognize the college application process can be a confusing and challenging time for high school students.

At Bishop Manogue, counselors take a personalized approach, meeting individually with each student and family throughout the four years. Each student is paired with a counselor who will follow this student from admission through graduation. This partnership enables our counselors to better understand the talents and needs of our students.

Our college counseling program has milestones for each student that promote planning and preparation for college admissions. We encourage parental involvement in the college planning process, and, to that end, we utilize Family Connection, a software tool that allows both students and parents to collaborate on college selection, test preparation and financial planning. Our effort is to make the college selection process an enriching time to learn more about our students’ goals and strengths. We encourage students to be engaged actively in their college searches, reflect carefully about their goals and aspirations, and make wise, informed decisions.

Our personal counseling program provides our students with emotional and academic support to help them reach their personal goals.

We believe all students can succeed and we support the pursuit of their goals by:

  • Discovering purpose
  • Encouraging self-actualization
  • Promoting balance
  • Teaching advocacy

Academic Counselors

College Counselor

Cathy McClintock
R-Z, Grades 9-11
Grade 12
(775) 336-6027
Lauren McBride
Assistant Principal
(775) 336-6002
Bethany Salter
A-G, Grades 9-11
(775) 336-6029
Jessica Koltz
H-P, Grades 9-11
(775) 336-6097

Play “Who Dat?”

Start your day with a chance to win a pizza party for you and a friend hosted by the counseling staff! Every morning at 8am, a new trivia question will be posted below. The first person to submit the correct answer by 10am (12pm for Monday) will be one of the 5 daily winners. You are only allowed one guess, so make sure you know the answer before posting. The name of the game is “Who Dat?” so choose which BMCHS staff member the riddle of the day is referring to!