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Counselors are assigned by student's last name, all grades 9-12
A - Fo = Mrs. Kristin Fox Ext 5280 Kristin_fox@pvusd.net (Department Chair)
Fr - Mc = Mr. John Mason Ext 5283 John_mason@pvusd.net
Me - Pl = Mrs. Maureen Brandi* Ext 5285 Maureen_brandi@pvusd.net
Po - Z = Mrs. Kristen Barrett Ext 5144 Kristen_barrett@pvusd.net
Mr. Joseph Smith Ext 5176 Joseph_smith@pvusd.net (Assistant Principal)
*Me-Pl counselor is part-time
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Cabrillo College Dual Enrollment
Here is some helpful information regarding dual enrollment at Cabrillo College. Please see separate tab for the dual enrollment web page!
Cabrillo Handbook Link HERE
Socio-Emotional Counselor = Ms. Christina Souza
Ext 5106 firstname.lastname@example.org (currently out)
Quick link to Student/Family Resources here\
COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
CTE Counselor - Ms. Sandi Solis-Maldonado 831-245-3511 email@example.com*
Scholarship Counselor - Ms. Nicole Morasca 831-508-8733 firstname.lastname@example.org*
Migrant Teacher - Mr. Oswaldo Contreras 831-406-1568 email@example.com*
College Facilitator, Lead - Mario Castillo firstname.lastname@example.org
College Facilitator- Anahi Alcibar 831-461-4766 email@example.com
*Part-time at AHS
Q: How do students and parents/guardians make an appointment with a student's counselor?
Students can fill out a yellow form in the main office to request an appointment, or they can drop in! Student can always email their counselor for a quick response.
***If a parent would like to request a meeting please email your students counselor!
The professional practice of the AHS Counseling Department reflects Aptos High School's Goals. Information for students and families is provided by classroom presentations, student conferences, evening events, and more. Aptos High School Counselors collaborate with students and families with focus and intention to support student success and well-being.
Aptos High School - School Goals
- Goal 1: Increase the percentage of students who graduate college and career ready.
- Goal 2: Provide students with Common Core State Standards-aligned instruction and assessments.
- Goal 3: Maintain a safe educational and social-emotional environment that fosters a caring community where students feel connected to and supported by peers and adults.
AHS Counseling Department Vision Statement
Aptos High School students will achieve academic, career, and personal goals, to make positive contributions to the community and the global society.
AHS Counseling Department Mission Statement
The school counseling program at Aptos High School empowers all students to achieve their highest potential, prepared to meet their college and career goals to make positive contributions to the community and the global society. The school counseling team delivers a comprehensive, data-driven program for all students to gain the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary for academic success, career exploration, and personal development. The school counseling department partners with other educators and stakeholders to advocate for equity, access, and success for all students.
Aptos High School Counseling Program Basics
- Develop courses of study based on student post-high school goals with an emphasis on college and career.
- Monitor progress toward graduation and provide intervention meetings for students and families as needed.
- Assistance and advocacy with college and career exploration, planning, applications and financial aid using Naviance.