The THHS Guidance Office works collaboratively with students, parents, school faculty, and the community to support all students' academic achievement, personal/social development, and career and college readiness to help them become productive, responsible, and successful citizens in a diverse and changing world.
- Student Service Technicians (Guidance Tech)
- Administrative & Support Staff
- Guidance Specialist - Counselors
- ROP Specialist
- Mustang Tutoring
- High School Course Descriptions
Each student is assigned alphabetically by their last name to a Student Service Technician who is primarily responsible for enrolling the student, setting up his/her class schedule, tracking the student's graduation requirements and college entrance requirements. The Student Service Technician will usually remain with the student for the entire four years and will monitor his/her academic progress. In addition, the Student Service Technician in charge of records is responsible for maintaining all student files, entering academic histories for new students, requesting and receiving student records, GPA verification, and transcript requests for alumni and current students.
|A - EI||Michele McCannfirstname.lastname@example.org|
(949) 768-1934 ext. 237704
|Em - Le||Nancy Murphyemail@example.com|
(949) 768-1934 ext. 237732
|Li - Ri||Kathy Ahearnfirstname.lastname@example.org|
(949) 768-1934 ext. 237722
|Ro - Z||Stephanie Bellemail@example.com|
(949) 768-1934 ext. 237710
(949) 768-1934 ext. 237706
Amanda Bentley - Assistant Principal of Guidance & Curriculum
The Assistant Principal of Guidance and Curriculum oversees the operation of the Guidance Department. She establishes the master schedule of classes for the school, monitors existing course offerings, instructional and assessment strategies, and evaluates a portion of the teaching staff. She also assists in the development of new course offerings, course revisions, textbook selection, and operation and supervision of the total school. Advanced Placement, international Baccalaureate (IB), and CELDT testing are also part of her responsibilities.
Kim Lindsay - Guidance Secretary
The Guidance Secretary helps coordinate all aspects of the department and can provide valuable information or direct students and parents to the primary source. She provides administrative support to the A/P of Guidance as well as the Guidance Department staff. Mrs. Lindsay can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or (949) 768-1934 ext. 237705
There are 5 Guidance Specialists who are fully credentialed school counselors. They serve the entire student body in the areas: crisis intervention, college and career objectives, severe academic problems, conflict mediation, college scholarship and application information, assessing student problems, and making referrals to the school psychologists or community based agencies, when appropriate.
|A - Ei||Kathy Graniteemail@example.com|
(949) 768-1934 ext. 237703
|Em - Le||Haley Glasgowfirstname.lastname@example.org|
(949) 768-1934 ext. 237718
|Li - Ri||Aubree Erhartemail@example.com|
(949) 768-1934 ext. 237737
|Ro - Z||Christa Schulzfirstname.lastname@example.org|
(949) 768-1934 ext. 237794
(949) 768-1934 ext. 237734
**Your student's schedule will be available to view online tonight, 1/29, after midnight.**
Students should then either print that schedule or take a screen shot of it to bring on Tuesday 1/30 for the first day of the semester. There WILL NOT be paper locators for students like past practice. The library will be open from 8am-8:45am on Tuesday for students who cannot access their schedule at home.
In an effort to continually improve our processes and procedures, we are moving to paperless schedules for the start of Semester 2. Students/parents will need to access class schedules through the Portal.
it is located under Student Info / Course Requests
Here is a screenshot:
The bell schedule for Tuesday, January 30th is available on our website under Resources then Bell Schedule