Mrs. Renée P. Miller-12th Grade School Counselor , College Counselor and Head of the Counseling Department
7:00AM-3:00PM (during school year)
Mrs. Miller earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology from Louisiana State University and her Master of Education in Counselor Education from the University of New Orleans. She has been a School Counselor at Saint Paul’s for the past ten years and was named Head of the Counseling Department in 2011. She serves the school as 12th Grade Counselor, College Counselor as well as Head of the Counseling Department.
Mrs. Christine Woodard, Y. Woodard-10th and 11th Grade School Counselor/Early College/Career Advisor
7:15AM-3:15PM (during school year)
Mrs. Woodard earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology from Louisiana State University and her Masters Degree in Social Work from Tulane University. She was named a Dupont Fellow from the University of Virginia and has previously worked as the College Counselor for St. Tammany Parish. She joined the faculty at Saint Paul’s in the Fall of 2012 and serves as 10th and 11th grade School Counselor and the Early College Advisor.
Mrs. Gina F. Hall, AFSC-8th and 9th Grade Academic Advisor/New Student Advisor
7:30AM-3:30PM (during school year)
Mrs. Hall graduated from Pearl River College with an AD in Journalism. Later, she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Secondary Education from the University of New Orleans and a Masters Degree in Special Education also from UNO. She also achieved a plus 30 in Educational Leadership from UNO. Mrs. Hall has worked with the Brothers of the Christian Schools since 1985 and was granted the honor of receiving the Letters of Affiliation from the Brothers in 1999, hence the AFSC behind her name. Mrs. Hall joined the faculty at Saint Paul’s in the Spring of 2011 and currently serves as the Academic Advisor for all students new to Saint Paul’s including the 8th graders.
Mrs. Mary H. Pierson-Student Services Coordinator
7:30AM-3:30PM (during the school year)
Mrs. Pierson received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Communications from the University of Mississippi and Masters of Education in Educational Technology from Northwestern Louisiana University. Mrs. Pierson oversees Academic Student Services and coordinates the academic interventions and accommodations for all students who have parish educational evaluations as well as those who have private vendor evaluations.
985-892-3200 ext 4102
Brother Jeffrey graduated from the College of Santa Fe in 1962. He has his Master’s Degree from Manhattan College, Bronx, New York. In addition he has psychology and education certification from Tulane University and Nichols State University. He has a wide experience in the Lasallian World including having been Principal of St. Paul’s and De La Salle High School. He gives lectures and retreats world-wide on the Lasallian history and purpose of schools run by the Brothers of the Christian Schools and their Colleagues. He teaches each summer in the Buttimer Institute of Lasallian Studies at St. Mary’s College of California. After nearly 30 years absence, he returns to St. Paul’s School and is happy to serve as Assistant Advisor to the Counseling Department.