Counseling Office

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The Counseling Department at SCHS has adopted the National Standards for School Counseling. These standards focus on helping students achieve competencies through three areas of student development: academic, career and personal/social.

The mission of the guidance and counseling program is to promote and enhance student learning through these three areas by helping students match their skills & abilities, interests, and knowledge, values, and preferences with plans that meet students’ educational and future goals.







Jodi Guzak


Counselor (A - F)




 Sarah Bessolo


Counselor (G - N)



Michelle Horning


Counselor (O - Z)



Tasha Speck





Stan Page


Social Worker



Ginger Ortiz


Career Resource Coordinator





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All 18-year-old males by law must register for Selective Service. You can register online at  You can also preregister at 17 years and 3 months of age and your registration will be held until you reach age 18.  Failure to register is against the law and could result in a fine, prison time and a loss of financial aid for college. If you have any questions, please talk to your guidance counselor.