Guidance Resources
  • Contact Information


    Luke Morrissey, LPC

    COLT School Counselor



    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: Phone: (803) 377-9133

    Room (COLT Blue Hall): 628 

    Office Hours: By Appointment 7:30 - 3:30


    Classroom Schedule:

    Grades 3rd-5th meet with Mr. Morrissey biweekly

    Grades K-2nd meets once a month

  • Mr. Morrissey's Bio

    Mr. Morrissey is married and a proud father of two daughters. He enjoys spending time with his family, watching football, and spending time outside or on the water.

    Mr. Morrissey has a wide-range of experiences working with families and children in both the schools as an elementary school guidance counselor at Chester Park since 2008 and in the community as a private practice counselor in Rock Hill.  He has also worked with families at Chester Park in the Families and School Together (FAST) Program.  And, in the past, you might have even seen Mr. Morrissey coaching soccer at Chester High School.

    Mr. Morrissey is a proud Gamecocks Fan, and holds a Post-Master’s degree as an Educational Specialist (EdS) in Counselor Education from the University of South Carolina and is also licensed as a LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor) in South and North Carolina.

  • Classroom Counseling Lessons

    Classroom counseling lessons take place each month in grades K-5 and focus on three core components: learning to learn, learning to live, and learning to work.

    The learning to learn component focuses on academics and becoming a successful student. The learning to live component spotlights the development of many personal and social skills needed to; successfully deal with conflict, understand feelings, and develop positive relationships. The final learning to work component centers on the exploration of careers and the connections between school and work.

    Classroom Rules:
    Please Check out our five classroom rules by clicking on link.
    Mr. Morrissey's 5 Classroom Rules

  • Individual and Group Counseling Page

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