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Mr. James Englerth, Pittsford Mendon High School, 472 Mendon Road, Pittsford, NY 14534


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By concealer does your gay a*s mean jizz? Yeah, all your b*tt pirates like jizz on your face. Get you some Mr. Englerth!

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Oh my gosh, the eye bag thing! I met with him a few times sophomore ye...

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Mr. James Englerth, Pittsford Mendon High School, 472 Mendon Road, Pittsford, NY 14534


Rating: 5 out of 5.

James told them they would be one of those short, pink haired unicorns with a pecker and twat at best buy trying to figure out why all of those not gender confused are getting ahead while they are making less than one legged ***.

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What a bunch of soft losers. Mr. Englerth was right about you. Hopeful...

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Mr. James Englerth, Pittsford Mendon High School, 472 Mendon Road, Pittsford, NY 14534


Rating: 5 out of 5.

James told them they would be one of those short, pink haired unicorns with a pecker and twat at best buy trying to figure out why all of those not gender confused are getting ahead while they are making less than one legged ***.

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What a bunch of soft losers. Mr. Englerth was right about you. Hopeful...

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Mr. James Englerth


Rating: 3 out of 5.

The man was my hs counselor, and he's a moral dude. But can't lie, I know several kids who didn't love him bc he jumped to conclusions about their abilities. He kinda assumed some really top-notch students should cut down on AP's just bc they weren't male scholar-athletes. They weren't too happy about that. No stankova sh*t here though...just a man trying his best and making mistakes.

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Mr. James Englerth, Pittsford Mendon High School, 472 Mendon Road, Pittsford, NY 14534


Rating: 1 out of 5.

This is an adult. I am extremely concerned this thread could encourage destructive behavior. In particular, I am addressing the individuals who asked a kid to kill herself and hope to r@pe her. You are purely evil or have grave mental illness. If the former is true, change your ways--or prepare to face prison and an irreversibly ruined reputation. If the latter is true, please seek help from a mental healthcare professional. 988 runs a national crisis line. They can refer you to whatever resources you need and/or offer insight to make you more well.

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Mr. James Englerth, Pittsford Mendon High School, 472 Mendon Road, Pittsford, NY 14534


Rating: 1 out of 5.

I am a parent and was surprised by Mr. Englerth. He is clearly not qualified, and I am suspicious of his qualifications to even be employed by the high school. He does not seem to care and even if he did, I don't think he has the aptitude to help.

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Mr. James Englerth, Pittsford Mendon High School, 472 Mendon Road, Pittsford, NY 14534


Rating: 3 out of 5.

I'm not sure if I believe you, but if that's true, his behavior is beyond strange. What kind of friggin' GUIDANCE COUNSELOR would push a kid to believe they're mentally ill? Honestly, the opposite problem, where a kid tells their gc about their anxiety disorder and is dismissed, is what I often hear. This is such a strange allegation. Either he's messed up big time, or you're twice as messed up and made up this story in attempt to tarnish his reputation. There's no middle ground.

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Mr. Englerth cares about me deeply. However, he (and a few third parti...

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Mr. Englerth


Rating: 3 out of 5.

Nah, the dude prolly got badly hurt and thought he might be able to make some quick money. Lots of ppl do it. Probably hired one of those PII's who don't charge you unless you win.

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This man is a professional victim. SUING his children's school distric...

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Mr. James Englerth, Pittsford Mendon High School, 472 Mendon Road, Pittsford, NY 14534


Rating: 1 out of 5.

I had Mr. Englerth's wife for my English class. The bluntness fits her writing style. Plus, she would refer to him by first name. Look, Mrs. Englerth or whomever you are, I do not mean to disrespect Mr. Englerth, but someone is not automatically a "dreamer" or "pothead" because they do not fully agree with how he counsels. If you are Mrs. Englerth, since you teach English, you would understand the importance of expressing oneself freely and truly.

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James is a realist. Obviously, this is a problem for dreamers and poth...

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Mr. Englerth


Rating: 1 out of 5.

Honestly, your entire situation sounds absolutely awful, so I don't want blame you for anything...but still, let this be a cautionary tale to others. "Guidance" counselor is often a misnomer for these people when it comes to anything non-academic. (And for some, like Mr. Englerth, also when it comes to academics.) They love it when you confide in them about difficult stuff because then, if you see any success, they can feel like the hero who saved you. However, rarely are they genuinely helpful. I had Mr. Englerth. The man's been in the job for over twenty years--the only useful thing he can do is tell you what kind of SAT/grades (and in some cases, extracurriculars) most colleges are looking for...which Naviance can honestly just as easily tell you. I don't think he has the best understanding of what a lot of elite colleges are looking for (for me, he couldn't explain how to boost my chances at Cornell or Brown)--which is one of the few specialized pieces of info you would expect someone in his position to have. Or maybe, he just really hated me and didn't want me to have a chance at those schools. I ended up not applying to either because he advised against it. :( And what's worse, he legitimately misadvised kids about which colleges would be a "good fit." He assumed U of R would "potentially re-ignite mental health issues" because he's heard "kids are very focused on GPA and stuff there." I completely had the grades and scores for the school--and probably the personal essay too--I now regret trusting his advice. Moreover, I don't have mental issues--I was just in a narcissistic relationship that created circumstantial stress and led me to believe *I* was "the insane one." (I'm past it now. :) ) Honestly, no disrespect to the guy, but I need to be blunt. He's in a throwaway job! (And still failing at it.) He's so much better at "guidance" on the basketball court, so honestly, he should probably just focus on that. Please don't confide any personal stuff to him unless there's absolutely no choice; as much as it seems like I'm challenging him in this review, I acknowledge he's a kind man and genuinely wants to help kids. Unfortunately, he's not the most capable at that. And in general, I don't know that most guidance counselors are much better advice givers (when it doesn't come to academics). Sure, they're probably better at helping kids get into the colleges of their choice and less...presumptive in their academic advice. I've heard Mendon has some of the best ones (other than Mr. Englerth)...and I know so many kids who have had issues with every single one of the counselors at Mendon. Moral: never confide personal stuff to a guidance counselor--unless it's really, really good stuff that could *never* be used against *anyone* and could help them write a better rec letter.

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Assuming I can't handle advanced classes or regulate my mental health ...

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