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If you need to make-up credits to fulfill graduation requirements or if you're planning to apply to a 4 year university and you've earned D's and F's in required courses, make sure to sign-up for credit accrual asap.  This is YOUR RESPONSIBILITY!  Credit recovery should begin in early October.  Classes will be offered before and after school depending on the subject and teacher's schedule.  Preference will be given to 12th grade students, any other openings will be first come, first serve.  Please fill-out google form by clicking on the link below.  Contact your counselor if you have any questions or concerns.
 
COUNSELING OFFICE
 
Counselors Assigned Students
Ms. Rosas   
(323) 887-3090 x6665
A-Chavez, G. (10th-12)
Ms. Lauren Kalmar
(323) 887-3090 x6618
Chavez, H. Gonzales (10th-12th)
Ms. Aguilar
(323) 887-3090 x3918 
Gonzalez- Loy (10th-12th)
Ms. Quan
(323) 887-3090 x6620
Lozano- Ortiz, K. (10th-12th)
Mr. Gutierrez
(323) 887-3090 x6625
Ortiz. L- Salaiz (10th- 12th)
Ms. Nabor
(323) 887-3090 x6608
Salas - Z (10th-12th)
 
 
Ms. De La Rosa   
(323) 887-3090 x6627
A-L (9th grade counselor)
Mr. Jerry Ramirez
(323) 887-3090 x3960
M-Z (9th grade counselor)
 
 
Mr. Mejia
323-887-3090 x3919
College Counselor
Mr. Cerda (Tech Support) [email protected]  

Our Schurr High School counseling department has embraced a shared leadership approach in developing a results-based, comprehensive guidance program that reaches out to all students in grades 9-12.  Our main objective is to ensure that all students have access to support for academic, career, and personal/social development.  We are following the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) National Model, which includes a guide to the following systemic areas:  foundation, management system, delivery system and accountability.  All of our school counselors are providing services in individual planning, responsive services, guidance curriculum and system support. 

The following is a list of counselors in charge of each grade level, their telephone extension, and the alphabet (based on their last name) for which they will be assigned and responsible for:

Hot Lines

  • CA Youth Crisis Line 1-800-843-5200 24/7 Hours,  Bilingual Services provided: Phone Calls, Text, & Chat
  • (800) TLC-TEEN 1-800-852-8336 6p.m. to 10p.m. Hours,  English Services provided: Phone Calls, Text, & Chat
  • Trevor Lifeline 1-866-488-7386 24/7 Hours,  English Services provided: Phone Calls 
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255 24/7 Hours,  Bilingual Services provided: Phone Calls
Suicide prevention hotline

 

SUGGESTED ACCOUNTS

  • Register for POWERSCHOOOL at School Home Page.
    • This tool gives access to student grades in class
  • BigFuture
    • Collegeboard website for College and Career Planning and Financial Aid
  • Khan Academy
    • Excellent resource for test prep and more
  • Fastweb
    • Scholarship search engine
  • Internship  opportunities
 

Families In Schools is looking for volunteers that can help us with our Passport to Success campaign. Passport to Success is a summer program that promotes summer learning for students and family engagement. It provides families FREE and low-cost learning activities to explore throughout the summer.

For a list of other volunteer opportunities please check out our website