Charlene Eder has been part of the MCS community since 2012. Charlene and her husband, Mike, are the proud parents of two married daughters, Bethany Erwin and her husband, Scott and Monica Christie and her husband, Jake. Charlene meets students where they are, literally and figuratively, to listen, offer godly counsel, and to provide tools needed to meet challenges head-on.Email Charlene | 419-756-5651 ext 201
Equipping students for success.
No one can make it through life alone, and our 7–12 school counseling program is an example of our intentionality in coming alongside students to equip them to be their best for God’s glory. From classroom guidance to individual planning and everything in between, our mission is to advocate for students by providing a comprehensive school counseling program that supports the MCS administrative team, teachers, parents, and community in the academic, career, social, emotional, and spiritual development of all MCS students.
When the time comes for your child to consider the next step of his academic journey, we will take a proactive approach toward preparing for this new season of life. We know the college search process is unique to each student as they each have different God-given gifts, strengths, skills, goals, and dreams. We count it a privilege to assist them in their endeavors and to help each family simplify this exciting and, at times, overwhelming process. We meet with juniors to begin preparing them for their senior year. These conversations continue into their senior year as we discuss college plans, visits, applications, career objectives, and much more.
School Counselor, Charlene Eder, uses her resources and experience to support families as they navigate the school years. We serve students by guiding them through the many different experiences, emotions, and circumstances they face on a daily basis and incorporates biblical truth every step of the way.
The school years are full of exciting opportunities and new experiences. Inevitably those same years will also include difficult transitions and unique challenges. Have you considered where you want your child to be when those difficulties arise? Why not decide in advance to help your child navigate the ups and downs of these formative years with the partnership of a godly, knowledgeable support system? Why not join us at MCS?