Rosemont High School Counseling

Welcome Wolverines to the Counseling Website where you can find all information related to school counseling support, whether it be academic support, college and career exploration tools and opportunities or mental wellness resources.

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Audrey Kamilos

If your last name begins: A- Erdm

Your counselor is Audrey Kamilos.

(916) 395-5130 Extension 508027

If you would like to make an appointment with Ms. Kamilos

Please email me here: Audrey-Kamilos@scusd.edu or call Michele Ayala at (916) 395-5130 Ext. 508020 to make an appointment.

Pam Reeder-Esparza

If your last name begins: Erv-Lon

Your counselor is Pam Reeder-Esparza.

(916) 395-5130 Extension 508058

If you would like to make an appointment with Ms. Reader-Esparza

Contact Ms. Reeder-Esparza here: esparzap@scusd.edu or call Michele Ayala at (916) 395-5130 Ext. 508020 to make an appointment.

Pam Reeder-Esparza’s Office Hours

If you would like to meet please send me an email and I will schedule a Zoom meeting, or an in-person meeting.


Onisha Cook

If your last name begins: Lopez - Roberts

Your counselor is Onisha Cook​

(916) 395-5130 Extension 508029

If you would like to make an appointment with Ms. Cook

Please email me here: Onisha-Cook@scusd.edu or call Michele Ayala at (916) 395-5130 Ext. 508020 to make an appointment.

Onisha Cook’s Office Hours

Sam Hendrix-McCowan

If your last name begins: Robin - Z

Your counselor is Sam Hendrix-Mccown

(916) 395-5130 Extension 508028

Please email me here: Samuel-McCowan@scusd.edu or call Michele Ayala at (916) 395-5130 Ext. 508020 to make an appointment.

Linda Nguyen

Career and College Counselor

Linda Nguyen

(916) 395-5130 Extension 508026

Please email me here: Linda-Nguyen2@scusd.edu or call Michele Ayala at (916) 395-5130 Ext. 508020 to make an appointment.

Counseling Appointments and Office Hours

If you would like to make an appointment with your counselor please call Michele Ayala at (916) 395-5130 Ext. 508020 or email michelay@scusd.edu

Counselors also accept drop-in ZOOM appointments if their schedule permits. This is only an option if you have a quick questions as these drop ins are limited to 5 minutes.










Academic Support

College Readiness and Exploration

Community College

4-Year Universities: California State Universities and University of California

Historically Black Colleges or Universities

What is Advanced Education?

The advanced education program lets high school students take community college classes and earn college credit while still in high school. Advanced education students may take up to two classes during any fall, spring, or summer semester.

Eligibility

Advanced education students must meet the following criteria:

  • You are 16 or 17 years old or you have already completed 10th grade by the first day college classes start

  • You are currently enrolled in high school (public, private, or home school)

  • Your unweighted high school grade point average (GPA) is 2.7 or higher


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