Counseling Center

Mental Health Services Available in our Community

If you or a family member is in need of mental health services, please click here for information and resources.

What Should I major in? Where should I go to College?

If these are questions that you ask yourself, check out these websites.  They will help you find colleges and majors that are offered there!

Assist.org (search for college majors)

Bigfuture.org (Comprehensive college search)

 

UC & CSU college applications

UC application website:

Apply to the UC


CSU application website:
Apply to the CSU

 

Are you a Student Athlete? Do you want to participate in sports in College?

If you want to play sports at the collegiate level once you start college, don't forget that you need to register with the NCAA Eligibility Center. The NCAA Eligibility Center makes sure that you have taken the appropriate classes and have earned the required grades to play sports in college.  It's never to early to start planning so make your account today.  Drop by and see your counselor if you have any questions.

NCAA Eligibility Center

Financial Aid Night

Financial Aid Night was held on Wednesday, 12/10/14.  We had a great turn out and a great presentation on the importance of filling out the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) as well as the different types of financial aid out there.  We have attached the power point that our presenter used. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact your counselor.

Financial Aid Presentation Fall 2014  

FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)

Class Selection for the Next School Year

It's already that time of the year to sign up for classes for next semester.  If you have any questions or unsure of the classes to take come in and see your counselor.  Here are all of our scheduling presentations in case you missed them or need to refer back to them for information.

Incoming 9th grade Scheduling   

Incoming 10th grade Scheduling

Incoming 11th grade Scheduling

Incoming 12th grade Scheduling

College Entrance Exams - SAT & ACT

To go directly to a 4 year college, entrance exams are required.  Students can take the SAT or the ACT, most colleges accept either one.  MHS does not offer these tests on our campus.  Students will need to sign up for the SAT at collegeboard.org and they can sign up for the ACT at  act.org .  Both websites offer valuable information and free test prep so make sure you take a look at them.  Please see your counselor for further information. 

Junior Students & Parents

Juniors!!!!  Are you trying to figure out what to do after high school?  Take a look at our power point in the locker.  We take you through all types of higher education... Community Colleges, CSU's (California State University), UC's (University of California) and Private Schools.  It's never to early to start putting a list of possible colleges together!

Welcome to Counseling at MHS

The MHS Counseling department consists of 4 counselors who serve the needs of our student body.  We are here to support students academically, socially and emotionally.  Our main goal is to keep students focused on meeting the graduation requirements as well as assisting in post high school planning.  We meet with students individually throughout the school year as well as with classroom presentations.  We encourage you to stay in contact with your counselor!  Students are divided by last name.  The breakdown is as follows:

Beth Harke - Last Names A -D

408-635-2800 ext 4160

[email protected]g

Julie Cler - Last Names  E - Li

408-635-2800 ext 4162

[email protected]

Cory Nakamoto - Last Names Ll - Rh

408-635-2800 ext 4171

[email protected]

Jenna Evarkiou - Last Names  Ri - Z

408-635-2800 ext 4163

[email protected]

SCHOLARSHIPS

MHS receives numerous scholarship opportunities at this time of the year. CLICK HERE  to access the most updated scholarship spreadsheet.  Don't delay....remember that a scholarship is FREE money for college. 

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