• Middle school is an exciting time in an adolescent’s life and the counselors at the Young Men's Leadership Academy are here to help students succeed in school and life, and gain greater understanding of themselves and others. We strive to help students learn and practice vital life skills that will help them make positive choices, overcome adversity, and learn how to build positive relationships. 

    The counseling office at the middle school level serves students in a variety of ways, including scheduling, testing, special programs, and assistance with personal concerns. The counseling office also has information available about community resources to address personal concerns. 
    We hope any student who needs extra assistance will come and visit a counselor. We look forward to working with you.



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  • Lawrence Randle III-School Counselor

    Students with last names M-Z: Mr. Randle

    • Campus Office Phone: 972-522-3653

    Degrees, Certifications & Memberships

    • Dillard University Bachelor of Arts in Education dillard
    • Amberton University Master of Arts in School Counseling amberton
    • K-8th grade Generalist Certification 
    • Early Childhood-12th grade School Counseling Certification
    • Currently pursuing Licensure in Professional Counseling 
    • Member of Lone Star State School Counseling Associationlsssca


    Tonya Womack Campbell-School Counselor

    Students with last names A-L: Mrs. Womack Campbell

    • Campus Office Phone: 972-522-3609

    Degrees, Certifications & Memberships

    • Southern Methodist University  Bachelor of Arts in Psychology smu
    • Dallas Baptist University Master of Arts in Counseling dbu
    • 6-12 grade Life Management and Consumer Sciences Certification
    • Early Childhood-12th Grade School Counseling Certification
    • Member Lone Star State School Counselor Associationlsssca


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