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Counselors are committed

ment of every student, every day. Counselors are committed to being sensitive to the ethnic and cultural diversity of our community. We strive to perpetuate a communicative environment, in which we instill trust and confidence. It is our goal to actively listen, raise aspirations, nurture self-esteem, and inspire young people to develop to their fullest potential.  

Professional School Counselors Listen and Help Students With:

  • Academic Planning

  • Career Exploration / Planning

  • Anger / Stress / Worry

  • Conflict Resolution

  • Family Issues

  • Self Esteem

  • Attendance

  • Attitude / Motivation

  • Study Skills

  • Grief / Loss

  • Divorce / Separation

  • Personal Relationships

  • Depression

  • Social Skills

  • Severe Illness of Loved Ones

  • Peer Pressure

Student Support Services

  • Individual / Group Counseling

  • Crisis Intervention / Response

  • Attendance Counseling

  • Collaboration with Teachers

  • Career Exploration

  • Coordinating Services

  • Referrals to Local Agencies

How Do Students Access Counseling Services?

  • Students ask to see their counselor or email

  • Teachers make referrals

  • Parents request counseling

  • Administrators refer students

  • Counselors call in students to check-in

  • Counselors facilitate groups or school clubs

Parent Education and Information

  • Involving parents in the student's counseling program

  • Engaging parents in the school and community activities

  • Working with families to improve student learning and development

  • Coordinating services to assist families in addressing barriers to learning

  • Communicating via meetings, email, phone, and publications 


Counseling Staff

Angela Zuniga
7th Grade Counselor
(714) 424-5914

Carolina Giraldo
8th Grade Counselor
(714) 424-5906