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Counseling

Counseling Office Hours: 7:00 a.m. - 2:27 p.m. or by appointment only
Telephone: (909) 820-7777

In the Rialto Unified School District, counselors are proactive and student centered. We seek to develop a shared responsibility with parents to promote a stronger partnership between the home and the school. This relationship will assist in implementing a Comprehensive Guidance Program for your child in grades 6 - 12. Counselors will endeavor to structure their daily work activities in order to adhere to and provide services, so as to meet the needs of your student.

 

Counselors: Alpha Breakdown
Shirley Luque A, B, U, V, W, X, Y, Z
EL Level 1 & 2, Financial Aid
Kelly Edwards C, D, E, F, G - Gao
Project Lead the Way/STEM
Eric Jackson Gar, H, I, J, K, L - Lue
NCAA, Basketball, Financial Aid
Bridget Wood Luevano, M, N, O, P - Po
AVID, Internships, CAL PASS
Suzanne Kull Pr, Q, R, S, T
Upward Bound, Student of the Month, EAOP, NAPCA
Shon Hampton PBIS Counselor/At Risk Counselor

Senior Data

Cal Grant GPA Opt-Out Form

Students who do not opt out will have their GPA submitted to the California Student Aid Commission to be considered for a Cal Grant award. If you do not want your school to report a GPA, please complete this form and return it to your high school counselor.

If you wish to OPT OUT from your student’s electronic submission please fill out the following and return it to the Registrar’s Office no later than December 12, 2016. If not received, your information will be uploaded.

Community Service

Students who complete a minimum of 25 hours receive a certificate from the United Way. Students who complete 100 hours of community service may earn a varsity letter for their work. All forms must be turned in to Mrs. Kelly before Spring Break. Any questions--see Mrs. Kelly in Room F-5.

High School Graduation Requirements

English 40 credits 4 years
Math 30 credits 3 years
Social Studies 30 credits 3 years
Science 20 credits 2 years
Physical Education 20 credits 2 years
Vocational Education 10 credits 1 year
Fine Arts or Foreign Language 10 credits 1 year
Health Education   5 credits 1 sem.
Electives 55 credits  
Total credits needed to graduate 220

In order to achieve grade level status a student needs the following credits.

Freshman Status 0 - 49 credits
Sophomore Status 50 - 109 credits
Junior Status 110 - 169 credits
Senior Status 170 & Above

4 Year College "A-G"

a. History 20 credits 2 years
b. English 40 credits 4 years
c. Mathematics (preferably 4 years) 30 credits 3 years
d. Laboratory Science-Biology & Chem/Physics 20 credits 2 years
e. Foreign Language 20 credits 2 year
f. Visual and Performing Arts 10 credits 1 year
g College Preparatory Elective 10 credits 1 year

Total = 150 Credits          College Requirements - Grades of A, B, or C

Four Year Plan

Four Year Plan Worksheet:

Guidance Lessons

  • 9th Grade Class of 2021: ppt - pdf
  • 10th Grade Class of 2020: ppt - pdf
  • 11th Grade Class of 2019: ppt - pdf
  • 12th Grade Class of 2018: ppt - pdf

Other Information

 

Counseling Department - frequently asked questions

Apply to College: (universal application accepted by about 1000 schools)

http://www.commonapp.org/