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As your school counselor, it is my job to help you through your high school journey. Please contact me if you need anything; I am here to help :)
- You can find me in the Counseling Department/Kennedy Building, Monday through Friday from 7:30-3:30. Please keep in mind you can schedule an in person appointment or a google meet at https://tinyurl.com/y24h7h2n.
- You can also email me anytime at email@example.com
End of the Year Stuff:
May 27- Final deadline to complete all Credit Recovery classes for all grade levels/
May 27- No students on campus :)
May 30- Memorial Day- NO SCHOOL
June 1- Seniors Awards Night- BY INVITATION ONLY
June 1- Will Fail for Seniors- Counselors will notify all seniors of their 'non grad status' if they failed a class needed for graduation.
June 2-3- Senior Checkout Day; Senior Survey Link
June 3- Grad Night- Disneyland
June 3- Period 1 Final for 9th-11th graders
June 6- 1st day of Graduation Practice (all eligible seniors must attend every single day of graduation practice)/ Finals for 9th-11th graders for periods 2 and 5
June 7- Graduation practice for graduating seniors/ Finals for 9th-11th graders for periods 3 and 6
June 8- Graduation practice for graduating seniors/Finals for 9th-11th graders for periods 4 and 7 and the Last Day of School!!
June 9- Graduation Day
Tutoring Opportunities at Heritage
Available Now: In-person after-school tutoring Monday through Friday for various subjects including math, science, history, English, and Spanish by Heritage teachers.
Available Now: Online Live Tutoring via Paper: 24/7 On-Demand Academic Support and even Essay Review for all subjects.
Counseling will be printing flyers and delivering one to each classroom. Please take advantage of all the resources available to you.
This three-day program offers live workshops via Zoom; Click here to sign up May 10-12. Learn how to apply to MSJC and what to do next. Hear from various MSJC departments.
Please click here for grad night dates and all things senior.
Please click here for what all students should be doing their 11th grade year.
Please click here for what all students should be doing their 10th grade year.
Please click here if you would like to know more information on class selections for the following school year.
Click here for access to the work permit information on the Heritage webpage.
If you are struggling academically- please click here for help.
If you are struggling with your mental health- please click here for help.
If you are getting D's and/or F's and need help, please click here for resources.
Click on the Parchment Logo for Official Transcript Requests
Unofficial Transcripts can be downloaded on your Infinite Campus Student Portal under Documents.
FAFSA IS A GRADUATION REQUIREMENT FOR ALL SENIORS!!!
Please follow these steps:
Start here by creating your FSA ID
Click here for the start of the FAFSA application (22-23 school year). There is a student part that YOU are responsible for and a parent part that YOUR PARENT is responsible for (your parent also has to create their own FSA ID and you can help them do this since you had to do it
Questions? Go here or schedule an appointment with me
College Bound Student-Athletes at Heritage!
NCAA Eligibility Center
You need to be certified by the NCAA Eligibility Center to compete at an NCAA Division I or II school. This means you need to create a Certification Account by the end of Sophomore Year.
You need to create a Certification Account to make official visits to Divisions I and II schools or to sign a National Letter of Intent.
NCAA DIII and NAIA schools do not require student athletes to register with the NCAA Eligibility Center.
Academic Eligibility Requirements for DI and DII Competition
DI Requirements/ 2.3 GPA and 16 Core Classes:
DII Requirements/ 2.2 GPA and 16 Core Classes:
Guide for College Bound Athletes:
This is my 7th grader. She is my favorite (don't tell that to my oldest) because she shares my love for all things chocolate and Fall/Halloween. She and I like to watch scary movies and we plan on going to Knott's Scary Farm this year together :)
This is my 11th grader. She is my favorite (don't tell that to my youngest) because she shares my love of volleyball and is working hard to try and get recruited as a student-athlete. She and I are snapchat buddies and I like snapping her throughout the day :)
I saved the best for last! This is my best buddy Beau. He is loyal, silly and loves to be by my side when I work at home. He is usually asleep but I enjoy hearing him snore. We are trying to turn him into a water baby because he gets stinky but he's doesn't like getting wet.