About FPD’s College Counseling Program
The College Counseling Department at First Presbyterian Day School focuses on every student individually. We assist in finding a good fit between each student’s academic and personal interests as they explore their college options. We are invested in our students and give them the personal guidance and tools he or she needs to find that good fit.
Our student body brings diverse strengths, achievements, and personal goals to the college search. Every student has a unique story that we help him or her voice during the college application process, and the variety of those stories leads to a variety of college acceptances and decisions. We take great pride in assisting our students along their journey, and we are honored to be a part of the process of educating and equipping them to change the world for God’s glory.
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About FPD’s College Counseling Staff
Brad Thompson, Director of College Counseling
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (478) 477-6505 ext. 108
Brad has been in education for 21 years and just finished his 20th year at FPD. He graduated from Mercer (’95) and majored in English and History. He also attended Covenant College (’02) where he received a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership. At FPD, Brad has taught English, History and Bible and has coached multiple sports including football, baseball, basketball and tennis. For the past 9 years, he has served as the Director of College Counseling. He currently serves on Samford University’s Counselor Advisory Board and serves as President of Mercer’s Counselor Advisory Board. He and his wife, Katherine (’95), have three children, Olivia, Emory (5th) and Brooks (4K). He is a member of Ingleside Baptist Church and enjoys reading, running and watching sports as his hobbies.
Eric Latimer, Associate Director of College Counseling
Email: email@example.com Phone: (478) 477-6505 ext. 138
Eric Latimer has served at First Presbyterian Day School since 2014. After graduating from Berry College with a dual degree in Business Management and Business Marketing, Eric began his career at FPD as the Associate Director of College Counseling and the Coordinator of Alumni Services. Eric enjoys coaching year-round for FPD with the cross country, swimming, and soccer programs. His wife, Chelsea Latimer, is also a member of the FPD faculty. She serves as an 8th Grade English teacher, Psychology teacher, and coaches cross country and gymnastics. Eric currently serves on the Augusta University Counselor Advisory Board. He is a member of Piedmont Church and the proud father of a yellow lab named Piper.
“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.”