NHS Counseling Program
Our Mission is to provide a comprehensive, coordinated counseling program addressing the academic, college/career, personal and social development of all students. We advocate for all students and believe that every student can achieve his or her maximum potential. In partnership with the Irvine Unified School District, parents, or guardians, and the community, the school counselors at Northwood High School ensure that all students have access to the skills and knowledge required to become productive and successful members of society.
For more information about Northwood's school counseling program, please review our Counseling Program Profile.
WHO IS MY COUNSELOR?
Each student is assigned to a TA class which they follow from grades 9-12. Each TA teacher is paired with a counselor. Click here to determine who your counselor is based on your TA teacher.
Click on Counseling Staff below for each counselor's contact information.
Counselors are available to see students on a drop-in basis before school, during breaks, during tutorial, and after school. Students can make an appointment with their counselor by asking them or emailing them. Parents may make an appointment to see their student's counselor by contacting them via email or phone. We always prefer that the student is present at meetings with parents, however, we realize there may be instances in which you want to meet with us privately.
Important dates for the 2019-20 school year
- October 15-18- Fall Conferences
- October 16- Testing Day for 9-11 Grade
- October 23- Sophomore Family Morning
- November 30- CSU/UC Applications Due (Seniors)
NHS Tutor Center
Need some extra help in a class? Come check out the NHS Tutor Center in Room 1105! It's open Monday-Thursday from 2:00pm-3:30pm, and is free for NHS students!