Some resources to help support you during this time.
-Call 911 if you are in immediate danger to yourself
-Call 1-800-273-8255 (Suicide Prevention Hotline)
-Text “HOME” to 741741 to speak with a trained crisis specialist
-Need help? Want to speak to someone? have concerns or just need
someone to listen? contact: STRENGTH UNITED. Advocates are available 24 hrs
a day. San Fernando- (818) 886-0453 and Santa Clarita Valley (661) 253-0258
(Los servicios tambien estan disponibles en espanol)
-Struggling and need support? Wellness Center Social Worker,
Nancy Phillips is available for phone counseling, M-F from 8-3PM.
Scan the following QR code to make
an appointment. Make sure you leave a call back number.
Will counselors be available? How do I contact my counselor?
Counselors are available to answer your questions via email. Like you, we are working from home and will reply to you Monday-Friday during normal school hours. Counselors will not be available during spring break.
What if I have a question about Distance Learning and an assignment?
The best thing to do is to contact your teacher directly. They will be your best resource on how to navigate this new learning environment.
Will counselors be reaching out to us during this time?
Yes, counselors will be reaching out to you via your school email. Keep an eye on it.
I am a 9th grader and have not registered for classes yet.
Not to worry, counselors have sent out information on how to register. Contact your
counselor if you need help registering.
website has been updated to support online services. Click here to access their site.
Once you know which classes you would like to take, send your College Now form
to your counselor for the appropriate signatures. When it is all completed, your counselor will send it back to you.
Submit the College NOW! Form for the semester/term you are applying to before the high school registration date by either:
Ask Canyons Days(Formerly Ask Canyons Tuesdays). Representatives are set up to assist students via email and through appointments utilizing Zoom and Google Chat from the Ask Canyons Days webpage.
For any questions about College Now, concurrent enrollment, or dual enrollment go
I am worried about college admissions and what this means for my future. Where do I go to find answers?
Colleges are working on rolling out alternatives for students every day. As we get word and compile the information, we will send out information to your school email. If you are unsure about a specific school, feel free to reach out to them directly. In the meantime, visit the NACAC page who is updating information daily.
Where can I find Colleges that offer Rolling Admissions?
Click here for the University of California Admissions changes and updates in
response to COVID-19.
Should I be working on assignments all day?
Take time to be with family. This is a very stressful time and being there to support your loved ones is what is the most important. I know it is easier said than done but remind yourself that colleges will adjust and be understanding about these unprecedented times. Communication is key! Make sure to check in with your teachers if you are struggling with your work. We are all here to help and support you!
Make sure to stay connected! Follow WR on Instagram or Facebook.
What is my Counselor’s email address?
Ms. Ferry A-CA: email@example.com
Mrs. Warford: Cb-Gh: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs. Reynoso: Gi-Ki: email@example.com
Mrs. Cazan: Kj-N: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs. Woolridge: O-Sh: email@example.com
Mrs. Van Amberg: Si-Z: firstname.lastname@example.org
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