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Welcome to the Woodbridge High School Counseling Department website. Our mission is to provide educational, personal, and career guidance for all students. We strive to develop effective programs and strategies to meet the many needs of the adolescent student. Woodbridge High counselors focus on fostering a sense of social and academic empowerment, career development awareness, and responsible decision making in our students. We look forward to working with you.
News from the Counseling Department:
Creating a parent account on Canvas? Click here for step by step instructions or go to the Canvas link under the "Grad. Requirements & General Info." tab above.
The September College and Career Newsletter is available under the "College Planning" Tab at the top of this page. Find information about college visits to WHS, Scholarship opportunities and much more... check back monthly!
Save the Date: WHS Counselors are excited about the many programs and workshops we have planned for 2014-2015 at all grade levels. Preview what's coming up here.
Did you perform some community service this summer? Access the community service form here. Helpful tip: Turn it in as soon as you have completed 25 hours so you don't miss the deadline and don't forget to make a copy for yourself.
Bullying / Cyberbullying Prevention
The WHS Counseling Department, in conjunction with the Irvine Unified School District and our student, parent, and law enforcement community has compiled several resources to address the issue of bullying. Together we work to cultivate a learning evironment where all students can thrive and achieve excellence in education. Click here for more information and to access these resources.
Counseling Department Information
The Woodbridge High School Counseling Department is located in H102. The WHS registrar, ROP, Project Success and College and Career Center are also located in the Counseling office.
Woodbridge students are assigned to their counselor alphabetically by last name. Counselors are available to assist with academic planning and guidance, college and career planning, and social / emotional counseling and referral.
Click here to see your assigned counselor's contact information and office hours.
Parent Education Classes: Irvine Family Resource Center offers several parenting education classes and groups throughout the school year. Although there is a small cost for these optional classes, scholarship may be available. Click here for an overview of the classes planned for the 2014-2015 school year. Contact Susan Holt to register or for more information at 936-7502.
Check to see if a class is "UC approved" here: