Counseling & Career

The Counseling department is available to answer questions and provide assistance to students who are attending school on-campus by appointment only through the links provided below. For on-campus students, appointments should not be made during class time, but instead before school, after school, or during breaks. No walk-in traffic will be allowed. If you are a student who is Distance Learning from home, you may use the links below to make a Zoom appointment. If a parent would like to make an appointment, the appointment will be through Zoom, not in-person.

School Counselors and Academic Advisors

Shannon Roberts

Class of 2024 Counselor


Jessica Blair

Class of 2023 Counselor


Marlin Quintanilla

Class of 2022 Counselor

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Judith Kuykendall

Class of 2021 Counselor


Click names to email your School Counselor or Academic Advisor.

Raquel Krantz

Class of 2024

Academic Advisor


Millie Jaggard

Class of 2023 Academic Advisor

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Rose Cook

Class of 2022 Academic Advisor


Adriana Chittuluru

Class of 2021 Academic Advisor

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Lisa Read

Social Worker


Contacting or Meeting with

School Counselors and Academic Advisors


  • Email is the most efficient way to get in contact with your Counselor or Academic Advisor

    • Most questions can be answered by email

  • Zoom Meetings will be available by appointment (access links above)

  • Call our office (numbers above)

When we are back in person:

If you are a STUDENT:

  • Appointments are available in Counseling & Career Office before school or after school by appointment (access links above).

  • Walk in anytime. This method is ONLY for students who have a concern or situation that needs immediate attention.


  • If you have a question about your student's current grade or content in a course, contact the teacher directly or visit the teacher’s web page. Staff Directory can be found here.

  • If you have a general Counseling & Career question or concern, the most effective way to contact your student's school counselor is via email (access links above) or phone. Please keep in mind that if the issue you wish to discuss is teacher-related, you should consider first contacting the teacher.