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School Counseling

Dallas International School provides a full range of counseling services to support the social and emotional development of students. The counseling department seeks to provide a comprehensive school counseling program for all students, to help enhance the school environment by supporting students’ academic, and personal/social development, and career through guidance from the American School Counseling Association (ASCA).

Our school is safer when we all play a role in school safety.

At DIS, we support a "See Something, Say Something" program that allows anyone to anonymously report instances of bullying or other inappropriate behavior.

Using this QR Code, students can go to an anonymous reporting form that will be reviewed promptly and acted upon immediately if necessary. We also encourage students to report issues to a trusted adult.On our Churchill Way campus, drop boxes have been placed in easily accessible places for students to submit written posts. On our Waterview Parkway campus, our "See Something, Say Something" QR codes have been placed in locations that help to ensure reporting anonymity.

The reporting form does not capture email addresses in order to protect confidentiality.


Scan this QR code to find the form.

This QR code can also be found on myDIS and on the DIS website on the School Counseling page.
All reports will be investigated by DIS Administration.

Waterview Campus

  • Provides crisis intervention and response services
  • Facilitates and oversees Social Emotional Learning (SEL) education curriculum in cooperation with classroom teachers
  • Helps students evaluate their own interests, abilities, and skills and develop SEL skills
  • Collaborates with parents, faculty, and staff to find effective strategies to support students
  • Provides consultation for finding community resources for outside counseling or assistance

Waterview School Counselor

Kym Brinkley

Waterview School Counselor

Churchill Campus

  • Social Emotional Learning and Character Education
  • Intervention and Support
  • Conflict Resolution Management Program: Kelso’s Choices
  • Bullying
  • Cyberbullying


Churchill School Counselor

Ms. Elizabeth Sham

Churchill School Counselor

Students who wish to see a counselor can either send an email or stop by their offices during recess, lunch, after school, or free periods.  Parents who wish to see a counselor can schedule an appointment by sending an email to the appropriate counselor.