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College Information Links!

The CollegeGo app guides students through the essential steps to find, apply to, and plan for college.

 

The Up Next mobile messaging system sends fun and timely text messages to students to help them stay on track for college. They can text "COLLEGE" to 44044 to get started.

 

College Scorecard provides clear, accessible, and reliable national data on college cost, graduation rates, student debt, and post-college earnings. Read the White House press release about College Scorecard.

 

College Navigator helps students learn about institutions they're interested in, including the types of degrees offered, admission requirements, and campus safety statistics.

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Wallenberg AP Exam Schedule 2017

Date Day of the Week 8AM 12PM
1-May Monday AP ENVIRON SCIENCE  
2-May Tuesday AP SPANISH  
3-May Wednesday AP LITERATURE  
4-May Thursday AP GOV AND POLITICS  
5-May Friday AP US HISTORY  
8-May Monday AP BIOLOGY  
9-May Tuesday AP CALCULUS AB  
10-May Wednesday   AP MACRO ECONOMICS
11-May Thursday   AP STATISTICS
12-May Friday    
15-May Monday    
16-May Tuesday    
17-May Wednesday    
18-May Thursday   AP CHEMISTRY
19-May Friday AP CHINESE AP COMPUTER SCIENCE

Summer Geometry Course Registration

This summer SFUSD will be offering three sections of CCSS Geometry for current 9th graders who would like to accelerate and take CCSS Algebra 2 as 10th graders.

 

The description of the course and paper registration form are attached. SFUSD has funding for three sections; if more than 96 students register, students will be selected randomly.

 

The class is June 5 - July 14, 8am - 2pm (no school July 3 or 4), at Galileo High School.

 

The class will have nightly homework.

 

To participate minimum requirement is a B or better in Algebra 1 Fall Semester Final Grade,

and a B or better for P1 of the Spring Semester first marking period.

 

Here is the online registration link: http://tinyurl.com/SFUSDSummerGeo2017

 

If you prefer hard copy instead of registering online, attached is the paper registration form. Paper registration forms should be faxed to 415.750.8575 or email scanned copy (or photo) to yue@sfusd.edu.

 

Application is due 4/30/17. Students will be notified by 5/10/17 of the enrollment decision.

 

You do not need to see your counselor to register - students and parents can do the registration on their own.

 

 

Want to request to meet with your Counselor?

Fill out a "Request to See Counselor" form which can be picked up in the Counseling Office before school, after school, or at lunch. Your counselor will call you down to meet as soon as they are available.

Seniors, need to send your ACT scores to CSU's? Check out this PDF for how to send them using ACT Scores Manager.

Attention Juniors, register for your Spring SAT now! All Juniors are encouraged to take one SAT or ACT in Spring of junior year, with the option to retake again in Fall of Senior Year if they want to try improve their score.

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Information for Seniors!

Meet the Counseling Department!


Mr. Kevin Chan

Dean/Head Counselor

Mr. Chan was born in San Francisco. He studied Psychology at San Francisco State University and received his Master's Degree in Counseling at Purdue University. Mr. Chan enjoys eating healthy, working out, and spending time with his family.

 

Ms. Molly Kiss

Counselor (Last names A-Lee & AVID), AVID Coordinator, Link Crew Co-Coordinator

Ms. Kiss was born in Portland, Oregon. She earned her Bachelor's Degree in Sociology with a minor in Psychology and Master's Degree in School Counseling at the University of San Francisco. Ms. Kiss has been working at Wallenberg High School since 2013. In her free time she likes to go running, cook new recipes, explore the city, and spend time with her friends. 

 

Ms. Catrina Gotuaco

Counselor (Last Names Lei-Z)

Ms. G was born in Daly City, California. She earned her Bachelor's Degree in Education and Human Development from UC Berkeley and her Master's Degree in School Counseling and Marriage and Family Therapy from CSU East Bay. She is excited to join Wallenberg High School this year. In her free time, Ms. G enjoys spending time with her friends and family, including her puppy, Happy. She also loves to play and coach basketball.

 

Ms. Rachel Langdon

Counseling Secretary/Registrar

Ms. Langdon was born in Madison, Wisconsin. She earned her Bachelor's Degree in Communications from Hunter College in New York. In her free time Ms. Langdon enjoys cooking, eating, and enjoying her ten-year old son. Students can see Ms. Langdon to get copies of transcripts, to assist students in accessing the counseling office, and with general questions.

 

Ms. McCall Olson

Counseling Intern (Days at Wallenberg: Tuesdays & Fridays)

Ms. Olson will be working under the supervision of Ms. Kiss for the 2016-2017 School Year.  She was born and raised in San Diego and moved to Davis for college, where she studied human development and psychology. She is about to start her second year at University of San Francisco in the School Counseling Master's Program. Last year she interned at Everett Middle School, and she is excited to have the opportunity to complete her second year interning at Wallenberg. In addition to interning at Wallenberg, she works at USF's  Center for Academic and Student Achievement. She looks forward to getting to know Wallenberg students and their families.