The focus of the Counseling Department is to offer ongoing educational, career and personal guidance. Students are assigned a counselor; a student's counselor is responsible for records and credits. Students may make an appointment with their counselor by going to the Counseling Office before school, after school or during lunch. "Request to See Counselor" forms are available in the Counseling Office.
Emergency situations are handled when they arise.
Parents/guardians must make an appointment to see a counselor by calling or emailing their child's counselor. Sorry, counselors are unable to accommodate walk-ins.
We hope you will utilize services available in the Counseling Office to make your years at SRHS as rewarding as possible and to plan constructively for your post-high school career or college choice.
Counseling Center's Mission Statement
The Mission of the Scripps Ranch High School Counseling Center is to provide educational, social and emotional support for all students so that they may reach their immediate and long range goals.
Errors in scheduling and inappropriate level placement
Students select their classes in the spring during articulation with the clear expectation that the schedule created is final and changes are made only because of an error in scheduling or an inappropriate level placement. Changing your mind about the classes you want to take does not constitute a scheduling error.
Student/Parent requests for schedule changes
Due to the recent change in the San Diego Teacher’s Contract, no academic class can exceed 36 students. Therefore, a student’s schedule may be changed to comply with this new directive.
- Information on scholarships is available on Naviance or visit the College Pathway page.
- New Scholarships Added:
Durkin Impact Scholarship– $2,500 - Due April 30th
Noelle Marra Scholarship – $500 - Due April 27th
Scripps Ranch Women’s Club Scholarship – $1,000 - Due March 30th
|Scripps Ranch Old Pro Scholarship - $1,000 – Due April 13th|