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Which counselor should you visit?

  • Last Names A-C (+ 10th grade AVID): Jeanne Mustille
  • Last Names D-F & P-Ri (+ 9th grade AVID) Cindy Menezes
  • Last Names G-J: April Anderson
  • Last Names K-O (+ 9th & 12th grade AVID): David Fernandez
  • Last Names Ro-Z (+11th grade AVID): Katy Weeks

Scholarship Opportunities

Check out this list of potential scholarships:

College Career Resource Center Scholarship Page

Getting Into UC or CSU schools

For assistance in determining your eligibility and future plans to attend the UC or CSU system schools, check out these websites:

CSUMentor - plan, explore, and appy to California State Universities - plan, explore, and apply to University of California schools

Counseling Department

Four-Year Planning

Students and Parents,

The Four Year Plan is a great tool to help prepare students for success and move students steadily toward graduation and college readiness.  Click here to see the Four Year Plan.

Community Service


CLICK HERE for Community Service Forms

SCHS requires that all students complete a minimum of 20 hours of community service in order to graduate.  CLICK HERE TO SEE COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES.


Counseling Dept Contacts

Anderson, April (408) 423-2609 Counselor (last names G-J)
Fernandez, David (408) 423-2638 Counselor (last names K-O + 12th grade AVID)
Lam, Tony (408) 423-2602 Vice Principal - Counseling & Discipline for last names A-L
Menezes, Cindy Counselor (last names D-F & P-Ri + 9th grade AVID)
Mustille, Jeanne (408) 423-2636 Counselor (last names A-C + 10th grade AVID)
Vela, Antonio (408) 423-2660 Vice Principal - Counseling & Discipline for last names M-Z
Walker, Britnie (408) 423-2634 Counseling Secretary
Weeks, Katy (408) 423-2637 Counselor (last names Ro-Z + 11th grade AVID)

Facebook Alerts

If you have concerns about a friend that made a possibly dangerous or suicidal post on Facebook, there is a way to to reach out anonymously to get that person some help and attention.  If you see a post that alarms you:

1) Move the mouse to the top right corner of the post and click on the "v" symbol that appears

2) Choose "Report a Story or Spam"

3) Next click on the option "File a Report" (this will not block your friend)

4) Check the "Violence or Harmful Behavior" field

5) Scroll down to "Suicidal Content" and click report

The Facebook safety team will review alerts and may send the person who posted the suicidal comment an email encouraging them to call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-2355 or to click on a link to begin a confidential chat session with a crisis worker.

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