Our mission is to serve our students and promote academic achievement, career development, and personal and social growth. The guidance team is dedicated to each student and works collaboratively with parents, teachers, staff and administration to provide a positive school atmosphere. Our restructured guidance program allows students to develop a relationship with their assigned counselor starting their freshman year. 


    Students are welcome to stop by the Counseling office without an appointment before school, break, lunch and after school with any questions they may have. (Do not come during class time as we do not want you to miss instructional time)

    Parents & Guardians may contact their student's school counselor via email or phone.  Please call or email if you have a school counseling-related question.  If you have a question regarding a class grade, assignment, policy, or anything classroom related, contact the teacher directly.  


    Counselor Caseloads for 2018-2019


    9th Gr.

    10th Gr.

    11th Gr.

    12th Gr.

    Mrs. Jacquie Morck 
    (714) 626-4423

    A - B & AVID Freshmen

     All AVID Sophomores

     A - Bl & AVID Juniors

     A - E & AVID Seniors

    Mrs. Sarah Saleen
    (714) 626-5812

    C - I

    A - Hanna

    Bo - G

    F - KH

    Ms. Sonia Diaz
    (714) 626-5825

    J - L

    Hartman - Lee

    H - Lim

    Ki - N

    Mrs. Dionne Evans (ROP)
    (714) 626-4418

    M - R

    Leem - Reyes

    Lin - Sf

    O - Sh

    S - Z

    Rhee - Z

    Sh - Z

    Si - Z

    Career Center
    (Guidance Tech., College Fair, Esports, University Visits) 

    Counseling Secretary


    Mr. Aldaco

    Miss Moreno

    Mrs. Rosner





    Seal of Biliteracy for Class of 2019 Diploma
    Attention Seniors: If you would like to apply to have the Seal of Biliteracy on your diploma, complete the attached application and return it to your counselor by 3 PM on March 15, 2019.  The requirements for the seal are listed on the application form.
    Sophomore Parent & Guardian Presentation
    On the evening of Open House the Counseling Department hosted a presentation for 10th grade families. 

    Important Dates and Deadlines for
    May 2019 AP Exams
    January 28- February 8 (AP Exam Sign-Ups)

    February 9- 24- Late Sign-Up (additional fees apply)
    March 3- Deadline to Drop (full refund)

    April 7- Deadline to Drop (partial refund) - $25.00 Less Per Exam Dropped 

    AP EXAM SCHEDULE MAY 2019 (Locations and check-in pending)
    Date Morning Exam Afternoon Exam
    May 6 US Gov’t & Politics Chinese Language,
    Environmental Science
    May 7 Spanish Language Japanese Language,
    Physics 1
    May 8 English Literature & Comp (Seniors Only) European History
    French Language
    May 9 Chemistry
    AP Studio Art (Per 0, 3, & 4)
    May 10 US History Computer Science Principles
    Physics 2
    Date Morning Exam Afternoon Exam
    May 13 Biology Physics C: Mechanics (Noon)
    Physics C: E & M (2:00 pm)
    May 14 Calculus AB
    Calculus BC
    May 15 English Language & Comp (10 & 12) Macroeconomics
    May 16 World History Statistics
    May 17 Music Theory Computer Science A

    Financial Aid Presentation & Handouts
    A financial aid presentation was held for 11-12 grade families on September 24th.  In case you missed it, the presentation and handouts are attached.

    2018-2019 Counselor Q & A Sessions
    The Counseling Department is hosting question and answer sessions for Troy parents and guardians.  This informal meeting is a time to share resources and answering questions.  All sessions are held in the Staff Lounge located in the Front Office.  All Troy parents and guardians are welcome to attend!
    Tuesday, April 9th, 2:00-3:00 PM
    NACAC National College Fair
    April 14, 2019
    Anaheim Convention Center

    Freshman Parent/Guardian Presentation:
    Preparing Your Freshman for High School Success
    If you were unable to make this August 8th presentation, please download the presentation and related handouts.

    Freshmen Success

    Department of Education - College ScoreCard
    To further empower students and families, today we released our first annual update of the redesigned College Scorecard, a college search tool that President Obama launched in September 2015 and that nearly 1.5 million usersacross the nation have accessed since. With over 4,000 institutions available for students and families to search, the College Scorecard provides answers to critical questions about each institution, like how likely studentsare to complete their degrees, how much debt students take out, and how much the students typically earn after attending. And the interactive website provides users with the ability to search by program, degree type, location, or by namFe of institution. All of this information is available at https://collegescorecard.ed.gov/.