Welcome to SHS Counseling

  • Welcome back! 

    The Salinas High School Counseling Department encourages students and parents to use email as the form of communication instead of leaving a voicemail as some of our staff will be working from home. We are working on using calendly to book appointments. More information on how to book an appointment soon. 

    AP Google Classroom Codes 2020-21

    AP Google Classroom Code 2020-21

    Hartnell 2020 Summer Classes

    If you are interested in taking a class at Hartnell you must follow the steps in the concurrent enrollment form and submit to admissions@hartnell.edu before Friday May 29th.

    Below is a PDF of the Summer classes they are offering and the concurrent enrollment form.

    Hartnell 2020 Concurrent enrollment form

    Hartnell 2020 Summer classes

    Our Mission

    The Salinas High School Counseling Department is dedicated to helping all students to develop personal, academic and career skills in a safe environment. School counselors will facilitate the support systems that assist students in attaining the knowledge and skills to be self-sufficient and contributing members of our global society.

    Counselors' Roles

    • Guide individual and groups of students in the monitoring and managing of their academic, personal/social and career goals, including post-secondary planning.
    • Collaborate with faculty about academic, personal/social and career development activities.
    • Coordinate parent participation in educational and support services.
    • Use an effective referral process to help students, families and others to access special programs and community services.
    • Conference with parents, faculty, administrators, and other individuals to enhance student achievement.
    • Network and maintain up-to-date resources regarding post-secondary and career institutions.

    Counselors serve students in grades 9-12 and students are assigned to a counselor’s caseload by the first letter of their last name as well as by student enrollment in specialized programs. Please feel free to email or call us with any questions or concerns. We look forward to working with you!



    If your student is applying to a UC the counselors recommend to use this statement below in the additional comments area.

    The Salinas Union High School District offers students 48 semester courses in 4 years.  Of these, 8 are non A-G courses that are required for graduation. Therefore, the maximum number of A-G semesters a student may enroll in is 40. 

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