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Woodland High School is moving towards using for the ordering of official and unofficial transcripts.  Current Seniors who need official or unofficial transcripts for their college applications can still order transcripts by completing a Request for Transcript Form which can be found in the Registrar’s Office and Student Services There will be a small processing fee charged for unofficial and official transcripts.


Welcome to the Woodland High School Counselor’s Corner

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Counseling Message During Quarantine:  Click Here

Counselors are available before school, at lunch, and after school for students who would like to drop in. Students can also request to see their counselor during the school day by filling out a “Request Slip” in the Student Services Office.

Appointments are also available by calling the counseling office at (530) 661-5418.

For updates and insights, follow us on Instagram: @whscounseling

Monica Garcia

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Mrs. Garcia

Serves Puente students


Damian Martin

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Mr. Martin

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Amy McCalister

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Ms. McCalister

Students with last names: A-Ga


Claudia Pizano

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Ms. Pizano

Students with last names: 0-Z


Response To Intervention Specialist:

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Adam Donald
Student Services:

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Sherri Green                         
Academic, Career, and College Advisement

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The counselors work closely with students, parents, teachers, and staff to facilitate an appropriate course of study for every student. It is our goal to develop a plan for each student to provide a challenging program that will best equip students for a life after high school. We promote a culture of preparing students to be competitively college and career ready, and provide every student with the opportunity and resources to meet their goals. Along with teachers, counselors continuously monitor grades and identify students who need additional support. Support plans may consist of reviewing class placement, referrals to Study Hall and the Learning Resource Center, student-teacher-parent meetings, and plans for credit recovery. 

Counselors provide information to students and parents through classroom presentations, individual meetings, School Loop correspondence, and communication home. Parents and students are encouraged to become familiar with the school handbook and ask questions!
Personal/Social Support

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It is our goal that every student receive the support they need. The counselors meet with students in crisis and provide information for appropriate professional personal/social counseling services.