Counselors are available to help you during lunch, immediately after school and by appointment.
All of the counseling staff maintains an "open door policy" for those students in need of personal counseling. Students should seek counseling and guidance any time there is a need. The general Objective of the Guidance and Learning Department is to provide services to enable students to make independent, intelligent life decisions.
Your counselor is here to help you with academic, social/emotional, and career counseling. You may discuss anything from your academic standing to personal issues/concerns. Counselors are available to see students between 8:00a.m. to 3:10p.m. on most days (except for holidays) however, you will not be able to see your counselor during class without first completing the Counseling Session Request form, which can be obtained from the Student Services Office. Please note that although your counselor may not always be available to meet with you immediately, they will make every effort to meet with you as soon as possible.
Topics include, but are not limited to:
- Academics (graduation status, credit recovery, grades)
- Career options (jobs, college, career tech & military)
- Death and Grief
- Drugs and Alcohol
- Healthy/Abusive Relationships
- Media Safety
- Anger Management
- Problem Solving Skills
- Coping Skills
Crisis Hotline: 1-800-991-5272 or Text SHARE to 741741Local Crisis Hotline: 1-661-868-8000
The Trevor Hotline (LGBTQ+): 1-866-488-7386 or send a text message to 678678
Substance Use Division Access Line: 1-866-266-4898