SVHS Counseling Center

*If you or someone you know is considering suicide or self-harm, then please call 911, go to the nearest emergency room, or call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255

*For other mental health issues, please talk to your parent or guardian and reach out to your healthcare provider. There are many ways to get help online from home, with or without insurance. You can also text HOME to 741741 (Crisis Text Line) to text with a trained Crisis Counselor

*To submit anonymous tips and reports during school closures, submit a SafeVoice at 1-833-216-SAFE or visit


Spring Valley School Counseling Mission Statement

In collaboration with students, parents, staff and the community, the Spring Valley High School counseling department, within the framework of the comprehensive school counseling model, will empower all students with the tools necessary for graduation and lifelong learning.

Spring Valley School Counseling Vision Statement

The students at Spring Valley High School are actively engaged in the learning process through participation in a highly challenging global curriculum. They will acquire the skills and knowledge necessary to become responsible, contributing citizens.

Frequently Asked Questions!

Question: I can't log in...what should I do?

Answer: Go to for help with Canvas, Google, and Infinite Campus!

Question: I was absent. How do I excuse it?

Answer: Your parents must submit a note digitally linked at

Question: Who do I contact for the driver's permit/license attendance form?

Answer: Contact Ms. Renna Perkins, the attendance clerk, at

Question: I have a bunch of missing work, what should I do?

Answer: Talk to your teacher!

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