New Consortium for School Counseling


Leaders continue to work tirelessly for the profession of school counseling and ultimately for the welfare of students. The most recent visible effort Continue Reading

California Legislation

California School Counselor Legislation

California Senator, Ricardo Lara, received the Legislator of the Year Award from the California Association of School Counselors at their recent Continue Reading

College Admission Prep

Preparing for College Admissions Tests

Here are ways to prepare for the SAT and/or ACT from free to expensive in ascending order: 1.    Do the Official SAT and/or the ACT Question of the Continue Reading

College Admission Testing

College Admission Testing

Most 4 year colleges and universities require the SAT or ACT college admissions test in order to consider a student for admission. Many of the most Continue Reading

Student and Teacher

Students Advocating for Themselves

There’s an interesting article on entitled Kids of Helicopter Parents are Sputtering Out excerpted from a new book by Julie Lythcott-Haims: Continue Reading


Tracking Your Time

When designing a comprehensive school counseling program, the ASCA National Model recommends that counselors spend 80% of their time in direct and Continue Reading

Positive Pops

School Counseling Week Celebrated!

The counselors at our sister high school decided to celebrate National School Counseling Week this year and they reported that it was a big hit! This Continue Reading