• WELCOME TO TROY COUNSELING

    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. 
     

    Attention Troy Students and Families,

    2022-2023 courses are viewable on student Aeries portal accounts from Monday, April 18 through Friday, April 29, 2022.  Once in Aeries, go to the "Classes" option and then select "Course Request(s)" to view next year's courses. Students, if you would like to request a change to your 22-23 requested classes, you must see your counselor in person during the drop-in times of before 1st period, at break, lunch, or after 6th period. The final deadline to request a change is by 3:00 PM on Friday, April 29, 2022. Requests for class changes via email or phone will not be accepted. 

    Please note that most courses are full.  Students should review the registration presentations to ensure they met the course prerequisites. These presentations, along with course descriptions/profiles, can be found on the Troy counseling webpage in the ‘2022-2023 Course Registration & Course Profiles’ section here: https://www.fjuhsd.org/Page/600.

    When students return in August they will only be able to request to drop down in course levels (i.e., H/AP/IB to the lower level) if space is available or drop an additional (extra) class from their schedule.  Students in grades 9-11 must be enrolled in a minimum of 6 classes and students in grade 12 must be enrolled in a minimum of 5 classes.  Students, please review your 22-23 course requests and adhere to the above deadlines and process so that you may have an appropriate and balanced schedule for the next school year.


     Spring Deadline to Drop an Additional Class or Class Level

    Students may request to drop down in course levels (i.e., H/AP/IB/C to the lower level) if space is available or drop an additional class.  Students in grades 9-11 must be enrolled in a minimum of 6 classes and students in grade 12 must be enrolled in a minimum of 5 classes. The deadline for a level change or to drop an additional class is Friday, March 18th by 3:00 p.m (end of the third grading quarter).  Students must see their counselor in person before first period, at break, lunch or after sixth period by the deadline. 

    If a student is in an Honors, Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB) and/or Cambridge course and wishes to request to move down in levels, they have until 3 PM on Friday, March 18th to do so.  To request a level change, the student is to see their school counselor in-person at break, lunch, before first period or after sixth period.  Parent/guardian permission is required. As long as there is room in the lower-level course and it will work with the student’s schedule, the request can be accommodated.


     
    AP UPDATE:
     
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    PSAT SCORES:
     

    The October 2021 PSAT/NMSQT scores are being released today. You provided your email address on your answer sheet on test day, so you'll receive an email notifying you of when your scores are available. The email will have a unique access code that will connect you to your scores online via your College Board account. If you haven't already done so, you'll be asked to set up a free College Board account before you can view your scores.

    Once you access your scores, here are some resources for you:

     

     
     

    "How to See Your Counselor" 

    Students:
    Please see your school counselor before first period, at break, at lunch, or after school at 3:00 pm.  
     
    Parents/Guardians:
    You may contact your child's school counselor via email. Please 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 2021 - 2022 / Counselor to student ratio: 1:515

    Counselors

    9th Gr.

    10th Gr.

    11th Gr.

    12th Gr.


    Mrs. Jacquie Morck 
    jmorck@fjuhsd.org
    (714) 626-4423

    A - Ca & All AVID Freshmen

     A - Choe & All AVID Sophomores

     A - B & All AVID Juniors

    A - B and All AVID Seniors


    Mrs. Sarah Saleen
    ssaleen@fjuhsd.org
    (714) 626-5812

    Ch - G

    Choi - G

    C - H

    C - I


    Mr. Darren Varieur
    dvarieur@fjuhsd.org
    (714) 626-5825

    H - L

    H - L

    I - L

    J - L


    Mrs. Dionne Evans (ROP)
    devans@fjuhsd.org
    (714) 626-4418
     

    M - R

    M - R

    M - R

    M - R

    S - Z

    S - Z

    S - Z

    S - Z

    College and Career Center
    (Guidance Technician) 

    Counseling Secretary

    Registrar

              Mrs. Stephanie Rosner          

    Ms. Noemi Vargas Segura

    Mrs. Courtney Shirk

     srosner@fjuhsd.org  Nvargassegura@fjuhsd.org

    cshirk@fjuhsd.org

    (714) 626-4430
     
     

    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 users across 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 name of institution. All of this information is available at https://collegescorecard.ed.gov/.
     

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