CHS Counseling

Counseling at CHS

Coronado High School Counseling

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 counseling, scheduling of classes, college application information, student/parent conferences, Section 504 case carriers, IEP meetings, interpretation of transcripts, coordination and administration of the standardized testing program.

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 exceptionally urgent, please tell Kathy Redding or someone in the front office, and you will be seen immediately.

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CHS Counselors CHS Counselors

To contact via phone dial:  619-522-8900 and enter extension

Lindsay Goldman, Counselor (A-G)   Extension 2091

Kristine Johnston, Counselor (H-N)  Extension 2079

Debbie Collins, Counselor (O-Z)  Extension 2092

Afsaneh Safaie, Clinical Counselor  Extension 2080

Kathy Redding, Registrar Extension 2090

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The counselors provide support and counseling for students funded by the City of Coronado, the Coronado Unified School District, and private donations. Services include: crisis intervention, individual counseling & assessment, substance abuse referrals, School Attendance Review Board, mediation of campus conflicts, behavior assistance, and social skills courses at Palm Academy.

Click here to view: Video message from students regarding Mental Health

Click here to view: Mindfulness 

Click here to view the Naviance College Search Reference  Guide

College Icon College and Career Center (CCC)

The overall goal of the College/Career Center is to provide a comfortable, user-friendly environment where students, parents, and faculty can successfully obtain information and resources pertaining to the career and educational options available to our students. Services include: maintain and update college/career library, research information on: the UC, CSU, and community college systems, scholarship opportunities, SAT/ACT review course offerings, testing dates, internship, and job opportunities. They also provide lunch time sessions for students on college/career issues and organize and oversee campus visits by college/service recruiters.