The Counseling Department will assist you in making your stay in high school successful. You are encouraged to make an appointment with your counselor to discuss any aspect of your present high school life and in making your plans for the future. Counselors are in the office before school, during lunch, and after school for drop-in visits. Appointments to see your counselor during the school day can be made with the Counseling Secretary.
High School Counselor
High School Counselor
School Site Therapist
To Schedule an appointment please contact your student’s counselor or contact the main office at 209-532-5511
Self Care Webspace
This Self Care is a place for students and families to find tools and strategies for managing emotions and feelings.
UC & CSU Entrance Requirements
Tuolumne County Behavioral Health: (209) 533-6609
Provides management of program quality for inpatient and outpatient behavioral health services under state contracts. Development and implementation of the Mental Health Services Act.
National Alliance Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK
Call for immediate assistance for thoughts of suicide. Website is: www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org
SAT Test Information
This site will assist you with college planning and preparation. Visit this website for SAT registration and SAT resources.
ACT Test Information
Register for ACT test and access test preparation tools.
California State University
CSU Mentor is an online resource designed to help students and their families explore California State University campuses and programs. The online application is available on this site.
University of California
This website is an online resource designed to help students and their families explore University of California campuses and programs. The online application is available on this site.
An undergraduate college admissions application used to apply to 517 private colleges.
Explore the community college system.
This website provides information about the NCAA Clearinghouse eligibility requirements and allows students to register for the NCAA eligibility center.
Search for scholarships with this free scholarship matching service.
Financial Aid (FAFSA)
Submit a free application for Federal Student Aid (financial aid).