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Angela Cahill Staff Photo

Middle Tennessee State University (2010)
Master of Education (Professional School Counseling)

University of Memphis (2006)
Bachelor of Arts with University Honors, Summa Cum Laude (Psychology)

Tullahoma High School (2003)
High School Diploma with Honors


Community High School (School Counselor): October 2010-Present

Tullahoma High School (Counseling Intern): January 2010-May 2010

Farrar Elementary School (Counseling Intern): August 2009-December 2009

East Middle School (Counseling Intern): January 2009-May 2009


I am currently the South Tennessee Counseling Association (STCA) President (2016-17). I have previously been the Treasurer as well (2013-16).


I was born in Iowa in 1984. I moved around quite a bit when I was little. When I was 9 my family moved to Tennessee. I call the South my home. I have lived in Tullahoma from the time I was 9 until now (except for the 4 years I was in college in Memphis).

I knew I wanted to be a counselor when I was in middle school. My counselor was very helpful when I hit some rough patches in life. I wanted to be that person to others when I "grew up." I find it VERY rewarding to help students with whatever they need, whether it is a school, career, or personal issue.

I enjoy traveling, trying new foods, reading, running, biking, and swimming. I am married to my high school sweetheart and best friend. We had our first child in March of 2013.

At Community High School, I offer all students grades 9-12 services through many different means. I address the Academic, Career, and Personal/Social aspects of students' lives. I do classroom presentations on a number of topics. I am also available to students on a one-on-one basis for individual counseling. This is done on a self-referral basis mostly; however, I also will talk to a student whose parents and/or teachers have asked me to talk to the student. I do not offer long-term counseling, though, as I am not trained to do so. I respect students’ values, beliefs and cultural background and do not impose my personal values on students or their families.

Due to the delicate nature of what I do, I maintain students' confidentiality, and I ask that parents please respect this. There are a few exceptions to this rule when safety is concerned. If students say they are going to hurt themselves, someone else, or someone is hurting them, I am legally obliged to break confidentiality to the appropriate people. If something is endangering a student's life, I will make sure the parents or guardians are made aware.

Community High School also works in conjunction with Centerstone School-Based Services to provide more long term counseling to those students that qualify. Please see Mrs. Cahill or Dr. Ralston with questions about this service.

I enjoy working with all of my students and their families!