Counseling

Front of Cabrillo High School

Cabrillo High School Counseling

 Helping Kids “Conq'uer All!
 
Office Hours:  7:15 a.m. – 3:45 p.m.
Phone:  805-742-2850

Fax: 805-742-2917

Cabrillo Counselors 


Angie Diaz, Brianne Jory,
Laura Garcia and Paula Hannaford

Counseling Office Staff

Elicia Cota, Registrar
7:15 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.
742- 2886
cota.elicia@lusd.org
  
Michelle Cass, Counseling Secretary  
7:15 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.
742-2889
cass.michelle@lusd.org

 

Cabrillo Office is Closed

Message to students from your CHS Counselors during the School Closure

The Cabrillo High School office is currently closed. This includes the counseling department. Cabrillo Counselors will be available by email only Monday through Friday for any students or parents who may have questions or need to speak with a counselor. 
Click on your counselors name to the left to send an email.
 
Please call the main Counseling line at 805-742-2850 to leave a message if you need to. Our staff will be checking voicemails daily.  Please leave us a message with your email and or phone number so we can get back to you. 

If you need to register a new student please contact Michelle Cass (click link below to send email). Please include student's name, grade and last school attended in the email. Also, please enroll your student by clicking here. If you are completely new to LUSD (meaning your student NEVER attended an LUSD school) please select "Start your new enrollment". If your student has EVER attended an LUSD school please email Michelle Cass first, as you will need your parent portal information to login to Q connect.
 
If you need to update a phone number or email address for our automated system please email our secretary by clicking her name.
 
Michelle Cass
 
Thank you and stay healthy Cabrillo!

Cabrillo High School Counseling Department Mission

Lompoc Unified School District school counselors are committed to providing comprehensive and developmentally appropriate counseling programs addressing the academic, personal/social and career growth of all students. Counselors will work as student advocates in partnership with families, community, administration, teachers and other school staff. Programs developed will foster students' cultural awareness, appreciation of differences, personal responsibility, personal and social informed decision-making, and highest level of intellectual potential through access to a rigorous academic program. 

Academic Support

http://bjpinchbeck.com/ Homework Helper
http://www.purplemath.com/ Math support
http://www.math.com/ Math support
https://www.khanacademy.org/ Support for all subjects

Graduation Requirements

Course Descriptions

Scholarships