• What we do

    The Onslow County Learning Center is an alternative educational setting that is designed to support students as they address barriers to attending school in a traditional setting.  The goal of the student services team is to partner with students and their families to meet those needs and work together to help students reach their full potential. We are here for you! We offer individual and group counseling that focus on students academic, social/emotional and career concerns. We also provide community resources, mental health and crisis intervention support. 

  • School Social Worker








    Twila Johnson- School Social Worker  

    Phone:  (910)548-0949

    Email: twila.johnson@onslow.k12.nc.us 

    Hello Onslow County Learning Center family!

    It is an honor to serve as the Onslow County Learning Center School Social Worker.  Since this may be your first contact with a school social worker, I wanted to take a moment to describe my role and introduce myself.  As a school social worker, I work to address barriers that interfere with the ability of students to reach their educational goals.  I provide services to students and families such as assessment, crisis intervention, individual, group, and family counseling, and coordination of school and community resources. If there is anything that I can assist you with, please do not hesitate to contact me.  I am looking forward to working with you!

  • School Counselor Neal








    Priscilla Neal- School Counselor

    Phone: 910-548-1667

    Email: priscilla.neal@onslow.k12.nc.us 

    As your school counselor, I am here to support you with academic, career, and emotional/social needs. Whether you are interested in college, the military, a technical program or the workforce, I have recourses for you to explore. Send a request and we can talk about it now!

    I am here to help ALL students succeed and look forward to working with you all this year!

    Confidentiality means that the information students share with counselors are remain private with that student and counselor. 

    Exceptions to Confidentiality
    There are times when counselors are obligated to break confidentiality, including acknowledgement of potential harm of the student or someone else, state laws that mandate reporting of child abuse, or a court of law that requires testimony or student records.