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Counseling

Welcome! Our primary focus for school counseling is to help students have a positive experience in high school and to prepare them for college, career, and life. Students who would like help in planning their academic program to fit college or career goals or who need to discuss a personal matter can meet with their counselor. Counselors are usually available on a drop-in basis before and after school and break. Students can also initiate a meeting with their counselor by making an appointment in the Counseling Center. Counselors will respond to their request as soon as possible. Students requiring immediate attention can come to the counseling office as needed.
 
Important note about signing up for an appointment:
It may take up to 2 school days before your counselor is able to send you a call slip.  Please be patient.  If you need immediate assistance, please talk to Korinna Alloway and she will find some one to help you.

Counseling_Assignments: Card IconCounseling Assignments:

Sofia Harris  A-Di                  sharris@rbhsd.org                  Click here to schedule an appointment
Margaret Gambetta Do-Ke   mgambett@rbhsd.org             Click here to schedule an appointment
Darbie Andrews Kh-Q          dandrews@rbhsd.org                Click here to schedule an appointment
 
RBHS Graduation Requirements
Subject
Credits
History/Social Science
30
English
40
Mathematics
30
Laboratory Science
30
Fine Art or Language
10
Physical Education
20
Career Technical Education
20
Exploring Computer Science
10
Electives
60
TOTAL
250
 
Here is a helpful guide to planning your classes if you want to meet the California University entrance requirements (A-G):
 

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College and Financial Aid information for Class of 2022

We encourage all seniors to look at the information that pertains to your path after high school.  Please email your counselor if you would like assistance in completing your college or FAFSA/CADAA applications.  We strongly recommend that you ask your counselor to proofread your college applications before you hit submit.

 

Applying to UC campuses or private universities

Applying to a CSU campus

Applying to Community Colleges

Spanish UC/CSU

Spanish Community College

Click here to learn about FAFSA/CADAA (money for college!)