Guidance Counselor William Herzog Retires from Greenwich High School

William (Bill) Herzog

William (Bill) Herzog. Credit: Kailee Donnelly

After seven years of working at Greenwich High School, beloved guidance counselor William (Bill) Herzog is retiring.

Bill Herzog, after being in the field of teaching and guidance counseling for 43 years, has decided to leave GHS to pursue a private counseling business.

Bill Herzog has spent his last seven years being a guidance counselor at GHS. Out of the eight different schools he has worked for, he found GHS to be the most welcoming. He loved working with the amazing staff, parents and students.

He said  “I hope the people in Greenwich realize how lucky they are to have such a good high school.”

Although the parents, students, and staff are upset that they are losing such a devoted member of GHS, they are happy that he will be remaining in the Greenwich area and hope to still see him often.

Mr. Herzog is excited about his new adventure and all of us here in Greenwich wish him the best of luck.

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