ICSAtlanta School Counseling

About Us

Heather Appleby-Johnson is the school counselor. for grades K-2  She graduated with her Masters in School Counseling from Georgia State University. She enjoys working with students of all ages, but especially loves her littles! In her free time, Heather likes to go hiking with her husband and two dogs, Ellie and Ragnar!

Elissa Keller is the school counselor for grades 3-8 She graduated with her Masters in School Counseling from Mercer University and is currently getting her Ed. S from University of West Georgia. She loves teaching students how to be better humans. When she's not hanging out with students, she enjoys being in the sunshine and playing with her dogs, Lenny and Carl. 


Contact Forms

We'd love to hear from you

Individual Meeting

If you'd like to meet with Mrs. Appleby-Johnson, fill out this form.

If you'd like to meet with Ms. Keller, fill out this form

Small Group Referral Form

Fill out this form to request that your student be considered for a virtual small group.

Visit the Kindergarten - 2nd grade virtual Counseling Office

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Visit the 3rd-8th grade virtual Counseling Office

Classroom Lessons

What we are teaching in the classrooms

Kindergarten-2nd Grade Lessons

Fall  2020

Mrs. Appleby-Johnson will be teaching lessons about what a school counselor does, responsibility, staying safe, feelings, and coping skills. 

3rd-8th Grade Lessons

Fall 2020

Ms. Keller will be teaching lessons about what she does at ICSAtlanta, how to be a successful digital learner, cyber bullying, being safe, future career possibilities, and how to stand up for yourself and others. 


Let us make our future now, and let us make our dreams tomorrow's reality.

Malala Yousafzai

No upcoming events at the moment

Parent nights are an opportunity for parents to learn about important topics that can help their child succeed! 

Dates and topics are subject to change

Staying with the Pack

Our student incentive program seeks to encourage and reward good attendance habits. Students are able to earn individual and classroom rewards for perfect attendance!

ICSAtlanta Attendance Policy

Research shows that consistent school attendance is crucial to student success. Our attendance policy works to create a framework to support attendance and is also in compliance with GA State Compulsory Laws. Check out page 11 in the Student Handbook for more information

Excuse notes

If your student is absent for a purpose that is considered excused (see handbook) please send documentation within 5 days of your student's absence. Excuse notes must be received in hard copy. Electronic notes (including email notification) cannot be accepted. The excuse note will be filed and the student's record will be updated to reflect the excused absence.

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Attendance Works

 Attendance at ICSAtlanta 

Heather Johnson - Lower Campus
Elissa Keller - Upper Campus

Contact your Counselor

Lower Campus:

1335 Northmeadow Pkwy

Ste 100 Roswell, GA 30076

(470) 222-7420


Upper Campus: 

1675 Hembree Rd. 

Alpharetta, GA 30009

(470) 222-7535

Our Vision

ICSAtlanta Counseling Program graduates have the knowledge and skills necessary to achieve academic, personal, social, and career success, and they are respectful, responsible, and productive citizens. Our graduates are consistently engaging in a plethora of diverse opportunities and are thriving in this millennium. They are life-long learners, responsible citizens, and contributors to their local and global communities.  

Our Mission

The mission of the ICSAtlanta School Counseling Program is to provide a comprehensive, developmentally appropriate program for all students that focuses on academic achievement, social, personal, career, and multicultural/global citizenship development. School counselors work closely with faculty, parents and the community to advocate for, and ensure that we meet the needs of all students, remove barriers, offer equity and access to information, and provide a safe and respectful learning environment as these are the keys to excellence and lifelong success

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