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Emotional Support

A Place to Start- Welcome

Counseling Services

The THS Counseling Department provides a variety of services including but not limited to; personal, social, career, and academic counseling.  We can reached by phone, email or student drop in.  Contact us to set up an appointment.

 

FREE Young Adult Counseling, ages 15-22, offered by SLO County Behavioral Health

This program is designed to offer free counseling to young adults, ages 15 to 22, who aren't otherwise connected to mental health services or support. This program fits well for seniors who have been receiving counseling services through the high school but won't have support after graduation, recent graduates, or early college students who are in need of a counselor.  There are drop in hours from 2-4 on Wednesdays in San Luis Obispo, or by appointment for alternative locations and times.  Contact Jessica Cozzeto-Duong, Young Adult Counseling, at 805-781-4290 or by email jcozzettoduong@co.slo.ca.us.

PSAT and Pre-ACT

The PSAT (practice SAT) will be offered at THS on Wednesday, October 11th at 8:00 a.m.

 

The Pre-ACT is offered at THS on Thursday, November 9th at 8:00 a.m.

 

These tests are offered every year, once a year.  This is an excellent opportunity for students to prepare for taking the real exams required as part of the 4 yr college and university applications.  Students receive their results, along with all the questions and and answers, as well as opportunities for improvement.   All students are encouraged to register for these opportunities.  Juniors and sophomores will be given priority.   

Please see the College Preparation page for additional information.

Cuesta College for THS Seniors

THS seniors have the opportunity to take advantage of Cuesta's priority registration each year.  Seniors will take part in a 3 step process before registering for their classes.  We recommend that every senior takes part in this process regardless of their intended college plans.  The information is very useful and it's good to have a local back up option for college and/or vocational training.

Application-  The application process for Cuesta College opens November 1st.

Assessment-  Students must complete an assessment in Math and English unless they took and passed the Math and/or ELA portions of the EAP which is given in their Junior year of High School. EAP results are mailed home.  Cuesta assessment dates are TBA.

Orientation-  All seniors who have completed the two steps above will be invited to attend an orientation at Cuesta during the month of April.  We typically make the visit a field trip.  Students receive very useful information about college opportunities, classes, degrees, etc.  They will also receive smaller group and individual information relative to the program or degree they are interested in at Cuesta eg: certificate or vocational training, 2 yr degree, transfer to a UC or CSU. 

 

Test Preparation for the SAT and ACT

 

The KHANACADEMY has teamed up with CollegeBoard for FREE SAT Practice at https://www.khanacademy.org/sat

SAT/ACT workshops and tutoring sessions are offered year-round from College Road Tutoring and Consulting.  College Road Tutoring and Consulting is a local business and Templeton Chamber of Commerce Member http://www.‚Äčtempletonchamber.com  College Road also offers various summer "College Bound Student" workshops.  Please call for dates and availability  (805) 441-6908 or visit www.CollegeRoad.us

Cal Poly may be offering a 6 week online test preparation courses through Continuing Education and University Outreach.  For more information go to: www.continuing-ed.calpoly.edu  or call (805) 756-2053.

Revolution Prep may also be offering SAT/ACT test preparation locally during this academic year.  Call 1-877-738-7737 or go to www.revolutionprep.com

Students in 10th and 11th grade should take the practice tests in the fall.  The PSAT is administered in October (16) and the PLAN is given in November (13), every year.  Freshman can sign up if space is available.  Students who take these practice tests receive their results, the questions, and information on how to improve.  The test fees typically range from $10-$15 for each exam.  Purchase availability  begins in September of each year through the online store or in person in the THS ASB office.

Senior College Bulletin

THS seniors planning to apply to a 4yr college or university should have already taken the SAT or ACT, however, it is not too late!   You also have time to re-take any of the exams to improve your score.  Most California and out of state universities will accept the SAT or ACT taken in the first few months of senior year.  California schools prefer them to be completed prior to December of the senior year.  It is highly recommended that you research the preference of the colleges you are interested in.  See the section below for additional information on college preparation tests.

Applications for California State Universities are accepted online between October 1 and November 30. www.csumentor.edu

Applications for the University of California are accepted online between November 1-30.  http://www.universityofcalifornia.edu/admissions/undergraduate.html

Contact your counselor to obtain a copy of your transcript and to discuss your plans.

All seniors will be invited and encouraged to participate in the application, assessment, and orientation for Cuesta Community College.  More information will be available through your counselors and delivered to your senior classes.  Typically the application process takes place at THS during the month of December.

Web Update

Minor update on this webpage only, September 28, 2016.

THS Counseling Department

 

Lenora Jeter, Counselor

ljeter@templetonusd.org 

805-434-5830

10th - 12th Grade Students with Last Names A to J

 

Bre Goetz, Counselor

bgoetz@templetonusd.org

805-434-4115

10th - 12th Grade Students with Last Names K to Z 

 

Maria Carroll, Counselor 

mcarroll@templetonusd.org

805-434-5883

All 9th Grade Students

 

 Teresa Scott, Registrar 

tscott@templetonusd.org

805-434-5893

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