22900 Esaws Rd, Apple Valley, CA 92307 Phone: 760-961-2290 Fax: 760-961-8755

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Class Changes

Hey Cougars! Do you want to change classes or need to see your counselor? It's easier than ever! Just go to GHHS Counseling Link and fill out a counseling form. Tell us what you want and why you want it and Counseling will try to make the change or call you in. Counseling does not accept teacher change requests.

9th-grade class changes will be done on 8/11 in PE/Dance and all class changes must be requested no later than 8/13.

We will not make period changes nor teacher swaps.

GHHS Counseling Center

All counselors can be reached by e-mail or call 760-961-2290 and enter the counselor's extension

Counseling Staff

Counseling Office Secretary - Julie Yackee ext. 73931

Mr. Benson


Ext. 73935

Mrs. Navarro

AVID, EL & Foreign Exchange

ext. 73932

Mr. Esparza

College and Career Counseling & PBIS

Ext. 73937

Mrs. Celle

G - O

ext. 73933

Mrs. Rubio

P - Z

ext. 73934

Mrs. Reed

Foster & In Transition Students

& Credit Recovery

ext. 73938

Care Solace is an online resource with a live 24/7 concierge meant to assist individuals in finding local mental health related programs and counseling services.

Visit this link or call (888) 515-0595 to speak to someone on the concierge team.

Family Notification Flyer/Spanish


The Granite Hills High School Peer Helpers are a group of students who care about others and are trained in communication and listening skills to help students on campus discover their own questions and answers without giving advice or solving the problem. They do “one on one” counseling and assist with conflict resolutions. The Peer Helpers have various events on campus to help bring awareness to teen issues such as drugs, alcohol, traffic safety, and bullying. They also help improve the school environment by holding an event titled, “Cougars United” where awareness is brought to the student population about their similarities and to respect each other’s differences.