Our counselors are here to ensure that you, as a student, succeed both mentally, physically, and academically in your high school and future endeavors. On this page you can find access to many useful resources, like graduation requirements and teachers’ tutoring hours, and many other utilities.
Parents! If your student is struggling in a class it is vital that you have the knowledge and resources to get back on track, and the “Parent Support” tab can help you in this aspect. Communication is key when it comes to finding the best option for your child, so check out some of the links on how to provided your child with the most help you can.
CHS counselors are always available to answer any questions you may have and to assist you in your academic needs, so if you have questions or concerns about your academics please do not hesitate to visit the Counseling Office for support.
Head Counselor (H-N): Claudia Victorino
Counselor (A-G): Christian Ramirez
Counselor (O-Z): Megan-Blum Hopgood
You have all the tools you need to ensure your academic success, but we are here to help you along the way: our main priority is you!
Check out these tips for success from the Counseling Center at the University of Washington: https://www.washington.edu/counseling/resources/resources-for-students/tips-for-academic-success/