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CHS Counseling

College and Career 1

The mission of the Coronado High School Counselors is to promote academic achievement and to facilitate educational and career transitions.

Services include: academic/personal/social emotional counseling and transition plans for after graduation,  college admission advising, student/parent conferences, Section 504 case carriers, IEP meetings, interpretation of transcripts. The most convenient way to speak with a counselor is to email them.  It is helpful if you mention whether the matter is urgent, and whether it is best to send for the student during a particular class time or whether before/after school or lunch time is more convenient. If it is urgent, please tell the Registrar, Kathy Redding, or someone in the front office, and you will be seen immediately.

CHS Counseling Department Contact Information


To contact via phone, dial: 619-522-8907 and enter extension


Lindsay Goldman, Counselor (Last Names A-G) (Mon-Thurs)
   Extension 2091
Misty Kint, Counselor (Last Names A-G)  (Fridays)
Kristine Johnston, Counselor (Last Names H-O)
Morgan Cummins, Counselor (Last Names P-Z) 
Afsaneh Safaie, Clinical Counselor 
Yesenia Zavalza, Clinical Counselor 
Kristen Ereno, CUSD Lead Counselor (Dual Enrollment/CTE Contact) 
Kathy Redding, Registrar
Course Catalog and Selction Process

Course Catalog and Selction Process

Click HERE for the CHS Course Catalog - Includes Course Selection Process and Course Descriptions 

College and Career:

College and Career:

2023-2024 CHS School Profile


CHS College Night - Spring 2024 Presentation


Internship Opportunities


CHS Scholarship Bulletin - Click here for national to local Coronado scholarships


Spring College and Career Events:

CHS has many exciting College and Career events throughout the year, and we hope that you join us to learn about the various post-secondary opportunities for every student.


College and Career Day - Monday January 29, 2024


College Night with workshops (UCSD, SDSU, Mesa College, Private Competitve Schools, etc.) - Tuesday February 13, 2024 

We are excited to host an in-person college night in the CHS Theater. This is a night filled with a presentation by the CHS counselors and then there will be breakout sessions with college representatives to learn more about the UC system, Cal State system, private universities, community colleges, highly competitive colleges and sports in college. This event is for all grades levels and both students and parents. Don’t miss this informative event! 
College Night Spring 2024

Public Service Career Conference - March 6, 2024

Spots are limited so please contact CHS Cousnelor Ms. Ereno at to attend. 

Southwestern College Senior Day Visit - Wednesday April 10, 2024

Spots are limited so please contact CHS Cousnelor Ms. Ereno at to attend. 

College/Career Spring Lunch Workshops for Juniors

  • 4/17 - Selecting Colleges
  • 4/24 - UC Application
  • 5/1 - Cal State Application
  • 5/8 - Common App/LOR
  • 5/15 - College Essays
  • 5/22 - Military & ROTC Scholarships
  • 5/29 - Planning for Summer
Counseling Resources

Counseling Resources

Your health is most important! Take care of yourself! See your counselor if you need support!
Reach out to a staff member if you need help or use: 
In case of an Emergency,  CALL 911
- San Diego Access and Crisis Line,
            1-888-724-7240 (Available 24 hours a day)
- Crisis Text Line: 741741, (Available 24 Hours a day)
- Child Abuse Hotline, 800-344-6000
- Coronado Police Department: 619-522-7350
- Information Line: 211

Directory of Community Resources

The Trevor Project (LGBTQ) 866-488-7386, Text 678678
Calhopeconnect - Live chat, online counseling services, and support groups
Support and counseling for students is funded by the City of Coronado, the Coronado Unified School District, and private donations. Services include: crisis intervention, individual/group counseling & assessment, outside counseling/substance abuse referrals, School Attendance Review Board, mediation of campus conflicts, behavior assistance, and mindfulness groups.