AVHS Counseling

Welcome! Below is our upcoming news in the counseling office!

Requests to change courses for the 2019-20 school year are not accepted at this time. Students will be able to submit requests for schedule changes starting at Walk-Thru Registration (restrictions apply). Elective course changes may be requested beginning August 15, 2019. All changes are subject to space availability and with consideration to discrepancy in class sizes.

Upcoming Events & News:

The Counselors have opened up our very own Wellness Center!! Here is some information on it. Students come check it out!!


Fill out your Senior Exit Survey now! This needs to be filled out for graduation purposes!

Need to learn more about Summer School?

Counselors will also be sending home summer school recommendations to all students who have received a D or F in one or more classes. If your student received a D or F on their report card, it is advisable to secure a spot in summer school. Courses can be cancelled after June 1 if your student passes those courses by emailing summerprograms@pleasantonusd.net. Additional information regarding summer school can be found herehttps://tinyurl.com/SummerProgramsPUSD

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Welcome Dons!

The Counseling Department has created a Remind group for each grade level. If you would like to receive Counseling/College and Career Center events and reminders for important deadlines/due dates via text message, please follow the directions below to subscribe:

Class of 2019: Text @ke76kf to 81010

Class of 2020: Text @333ak2 to 81010

Class of 2021: Text @8d6426 to 81010

Class of 2022: Text @hhkf44b to 81010

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Character: It's What's Important

24 hr. Crisis Line: 800-309-2131

National SP Lifeline Network: 800-273-8255 (TALK)

Crisis Text Line: Text keyword HOME to 741-741

TextLine (4pm-11pm Daily) Text keyword SAFE to 20121

Confidentiality GuidelinesStudent confidentiality is important and vital to the counselor-student relationship. School counselors, as required by law and/or ethical standards, must maintain students’ confidentiality with the following exceptions: harm to self or others, abuse or neglect, or by subpoena. For more information on student confidentiality, please click here.