“Counseling” is a comprehensive term used to describe all services that help students navigate through high school from initial enrollment to graduation. This includes providing students with an appropriate class schedule each year based on their interests, academic needs, graduation requirements, and post-secondary education and career plans. In addition, school counseling staff will work collaboratively with students, parents, teachers, staff, and administration to ensure that students' academic achievement, career development, social and emotional needs are met.
The school counseling staff has a passion for helping students to develop into well-prepared and goal-oriented young adults!
Social & Emotional Wellness Referral Form
If you or a friend of yours is in need help, and it is not a life threatening emergency, fill out the referral form.
All referrals will be responded to within 24 hours or the next school day. Referrals are confidential. Only those individuals with a need to know will be informed of the referral. Please remember you can always speak with Melissa Ronneseth (480-744-4572) or Eskesha Clark (480-630-5915) during school hours if needed.
*If you or someone you know is in an immediate suicidal crisis, call 911 immediately. If you have thoughts of suicide or just need to talk, you can call the Suicide Prevention Hotline at 800-273-8255 (Available 24 hours a day, 7 days per week).
Teen Lifeline is a confidential hotline for teenagers. If you have a problem or just want to talk with another teen who understands, then this is the right place for you! You can call 602-248-TEEN (8336) anytime or text between 3-9 pm.
School Counseling Office & Making Appointments
Monday – Friday | 7:15 AM – 3:15 PM
- Students can make appointments to meet with their counselor before school, after school, and during lunch.
- Parents may email their students' counselor or call the Counseling Assistant, Cecilia Hanson at 480-759-8449 ext. 50132.
- A "response" counselor is always available in case of emergencies.