- (A-G) CSU/UC Minimum Freshman Admission
- Behavioral Health
- California Healthy Youth Act
- Graduation Req & College Planning
- ROP Information
- Stop Bullying
- Counseling & Career Center
- College & Career Center
How Do I Meet With My Counselor?Please make an appointment to meet with Mrs. Carrillo for your academic planning. Parents/guardians may contact Mrs. Carrillo to schedule an appointment. You can email Mrs. Carrillo at email@example.com
Individual & Group CounselingSchool counselor will meet with students on an individual basis to discuss academic, college application, personal and social concerns. Counselor monitors class scheduling and graduation requirements and credits along with Mrs. Redkey.
Classroom Guidance LessonsSchool counselor provides instruction in the classroom during advisory week throughout grades 9 through 12 along with Mrs. Redkey and Mrs. Pesce - Career Center, using California Career Zone and other resources. Lessons focus on keys to A-G academic success, setting goals, budgeting, and exploring careers and colleges to help students plan for their future during and after high school.
Guide to the College Admission Process
Meet with Mrs. Carrillo for your college application. UC/CSU students self report all "a-g" courses and grades must be reported.
The CSUs will consider course grades of "credit" or "pass" as fulfilling "a-g" requirements for those courses completed during winter, spring, or summer 2020 terms. All other coursework must be graded and a grade of C- or better must be earned for the course to satisfy "a-g" requirements. Grades of credit/pass or no credit/no pas will not be included in the calculation of high school GPA. Click here for more details.
Remember, GPA calculation is different from a-g requirements. Get a copy of your unoffical transcript to self-report grades by semester for PCA. Check here for the checklist before meeting with your counselor.
Common Application you don't self-report, get an 'unoffical copy of your transcript.' Come prepared. Click here to know what you need for the Common Application. Click here for college requirements worksheet.