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Welcome Students and Parents to the Vallejo High School Counseling Page

The Counseling Office is open Monday - Friday from 7:30 am to 3:30 pm  

Are You New to Vallejo High School?  Visit our Counseling Office for a campus map and bell schedule.  

Do You Need to make an appointment?  Please see Ms. Watson, the Counseling Secretary before school, during lunch, or after school (not during class time).  

Not sure where to ask your questions?  Please contact Ms. Watson and she will direct you to the appropriate resource.  Ms. Watson maintains the student records, schedules counseling appointments, and requests records from other schools.  

Do You Have questions about your child's grades?  Please contact your student's teachers for information about current grades.

Did you know VCUSD provides parents with the opportunity to view your student's grades 24/7 online?  For more information click hereYou will be redirected to the Vallejo City Unified School District Website.  

Wondering about transcript?  See Ms. Adkins, the registrar, for more information.

The Counseling Office provides many useful services such as: 

workshops, tutoring, college information, scholarships, SAT and ACT information, financial aid, and military materials.


Today: 3/21/18

Vallejo City Unified School District Mission Statement

The mission of the Vallejo City Unified School District School Counseling Program is to support and promote a safe and effective learning environment in which all students acquire the knowledge, skills and attitudes needed in academic, career and personal/social development to assure college and career readiness and the necessary life skills to be successful.  



Since its inception in 1982, the Chicano Latino Youth Leadership Project (CLYLP) has offered a once in a lifetime opportunity for California’s youth in Sacramento. The Sacramento Leadership Conference (SLC) brings 120 high school students from throughout the state to participate in a week-long, intensive leadership program. Conference participants attend powerful workshops and seminars that enhance leadership skills, academic preparedness, self-esteem, cultural awareness, and provide an understanding of state and local government. Programming at all CLYLP programs including the SLC is based on CLYLP’s four curriculum “C’s”: Community, Culture, College and Careers.


Participants will leave with valuable information and tools that they can begin using when they return to school in the Fall.  Most importantly, students will leave with new friendships from throughout the state of California.  Housing, meals, program materials and transportation to and from the conference are provided at no cost to the participants or their families.


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