Welcome to the Counseling page! Use the links to the right of this page to see more Counseling Links and Information. Staff link to the right has contact information for the Counselors as well as listed in the questions below. We have a number of great videos and resources linked to our website for your convenience.
Counselor Contact Information during Distance Learning
How do I contact my counselor?You can drop in on open zoom office hours, email your counselor or call to schedule a phone or zoom appointment at 661-222-1220 ext. 141. Below you will find the zoom links as well as counselor email information.
Students: Your Counselors are available for students without an appointment
during Open Office Hours via drop in “Zoom” (for students only). A virtual waiting
room will be in place, you will be let in once your Counselor is available. If the
counselor is faced with a student emergency, all students in the wait room will be
removed so you don’t have to keep waiting. You can also email your counselor
directly with questions! Counselors will get back to you within 24 hours.
Remember, counselors are available by appointment and more time may be
Below you will find answers to some of your questions. You can also check the grade folders to the right for specific information pertaining to your grade
AP Testing-Thank you AP students for registering for your exams. The District/College Board's payment system, Total Registration closed at 3:00 pm on 11/2/20. There is no late registration option available. Good luck on your exams!
PSAT- Due to the uncertainty of our return to campus dates along with the restrictions, the District has decided to reschedule the PSAT to January 26, 2021. More information coming soon!
For COC, CollegeNow information, please check the 11th and 12th
Grade Folders to the right.
Work Permits: Email Linda Pfaucht at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Once you have secured employment, please fill out the work permit application along with the Affidavit of Compliance with Shelter in Place and have it signed by the employer. Please email the application and affidavit and she will set up an online appointment to finish the process. Thank you for your assistance with the remote process while we continue to be safe during this time.
College Admissions WEBINAR for Students and Parents. If you missed the WEBINAR Click here or visit the 9-11 grade folders to the right to view the video and slides(bottom of the page). For a copy of the pdf.slides click here.
Struggling with College Apps and Information? Don't forget our helpful videos on the 12th grade page
Students Must be Enrolled in 5 classes as per California Code, Education Code - EDC: 46145
Commencing with the first semester or quarter that begins after January 1, 1984, pupils in grade 12 shall be enrolled in at least five courses each semester or the equivalent number of courses per quarter. If any pupil in grade 12 is required by medical prescription to attend school for less than five courses during the semester or the equivalent number of courses during the quarter, the average daily attendance allowed for that pupil's attendance shall bear the same proportion to one day of attendance as the number of courses in which the pupil is enrolled bears to five or the equivalent number for the quarter system.
However, this requirement shall not apply to pupils enrolled in regional occupational programs, regional occupational centers, courses at accredited postsecondary educational institutions, independent study, special education programs where the pupil's individualized education program establishes a different number of courses, continuation education classes, work experience education programs approved under the provisions of Article 7 (commencing with Section 51760 ) of Chapter 5 of Part 28, or any other course of study authorized by the governing board which is equivalent to the approved high school course of study.
GUIDELINES FOR PERIOD 1
The option to have a Period 1 class is a privilege and students who request a Period 1 class are expected to meet the following criteria:
At least a 2.0 GPA in the previous semester
Excellent attendance and Behavior
Students currently enrolled in a P.1 class earning more than 10 tardies and/or absences, will not be allowed to take a P.1 class the following semester.
The availability of Period 1 classes are very limited, therefore students may not get their P.1 request.