• Kimberly Gwin
    Counselor for 9th grade students at West Linn High School 
    Go, Lions! 
    Please contact me with any questions you may have at gwink@wlwv.k12.or.us or (direct) 503-673-7816. We will work with you and/or your student(s) to find an answer.
    ME! 2013
    The 2020-2021 will be my 7th year in the West Linn-Wilsonville School District, and I love it! Our families, staff and students (most of all) make this the absolute best place to serve as a counselor. Before my time with WLWV, I worked as a counselor for the Centennial School District within the Gresham/Portland area. I joined the West Linn-Wilsonville team in 2014 after 3 years with Centennial. Both communities are equally fabulous and strong. I have a big passion for college and career prep, supporting the whole student (and family unit) around personal/social challenges, utilizing both school and community-based resources to enhance student learning, and working alongside all stakeholders in the pursuit of each individual child's success as little humans and budding adults.
    When I am not in the office, I am thoroughly enjoying my three adorable sons and wonderful husband. We are an active family that loves to adventure in the great Northwest and beyond. As a fifth generation Oregonian, I have fully immersed myself in all things "outdoorsy" and we are typically busy gleaning something from our great Mother Earth... be it fishing, clam digging, forest forage, hiking, lounging on a boat, star gazing---outside is just a great place to be. Additionally, we love the athletic scenery and our eldest son plays for the West Linn Ballers. Go, K-Dub!
    Please stop by and introduce yourself!  I strive to connect with each and every person/student with positivity, empathy, and kindness. I believe acceptance, collaboration and encouraging connections create a far more harmonious school experience for all.
    Along with many passionate teachers, administrators, and staff at WLHS, I look forward to great work with each 9th grade kiddo. 
    Thank you,
    Mrs. Schiewe-Gwin