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How to contact your School Counselor

Ms. Lori Martinson 

Head School Counselor (A-C)

martinsonl@esuhsd.org

(408) 347-6232 

Ms. A. Victoria Calderon

School Counselor (D-K) & Phoenix

calderona@esuhsd.org

(408) 347-6231 

Mrs. Amy Choy

School Counselor (L-P)

choya@esuhsd.org

(408) 347-6234 

Ms. Mary Servin

School Counselor (Q-Z)

servinm@esuhsd.org

(408) 347-6243 

Counseling Department

Welcome to Santa Teresa High School Counseling Department

Home of the "Saints"

Who are the School Counselors?

School Counselors are certified/licensed educators who improve student success for ALL students by implementing a comprehensive school counseling program. Appropriate duties include:

  • Individual student academic planning and goal setting
  • School counseling workshops based on student success standards
  • Short-term counseling to students
  • Referrals for long-term support
  • Collaboration with families, teachers, administrators, community for student success
  • Advocacy for students at individual education plan meetings and other student-focused meetings
  • Data analysis to identify student issues, needs and challenges

American School Counselor Association (ASCA) recommends an ideal caseload of 250 students per School Counselor. 

Check ASCA Flyer

Check the school counseling calendar for important monthly upcoming events. Visit the grade level counseling menu on the left-hand side for more information detailed to you. 

Take a moment to complete the Comprehensive School Counseling Program Survey for STHS.

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Naviance

Naviance is a college and career readiness platform that helps connect academic achievement to post-secondary goals. Learn about what Naviance can do for you. Check the Naviance Link on the left-hand side menu:

  • 4-Year Plans
  • Graduation and "A-G" Requirements
  • Course Sequence Matrix
  • Naviance Videos

Click here to access: NAVIANCE 

NEWSLETTER #1 (Aug/Sep)

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