Welcome to the School Counseling Department Homepage!
Records Requests - Please E-mail Lisa Mills: firstname.lastname@example.org
Academy of Finance (AOF)9th-12th- Kia Thao, email@example.com (https://calendly.com/msthao)
9th - Choua Vang, firstname.lastname@example.org (https://calendly.com/choua2-vang)
10th - Farah Abuqalbeen, email@example.com (https://calendly.com/farah1)
11th- Rebecca Mendoza, firstname.lastname@example.org (https://calendly.com/rebeccamendoza)
12th- Ashley Rignell, email@example.com (https://calendly.com/rignell)
PSAT/NMSQT update 2020:
There are many schools across the nation that have moved to remote learning. College Board has expanded their opportunities for testing for the PSAT/NMSQT into the winter. SPPS will not be offering the fall test date and we will instead shift our focus to the winter test date of January 26, 2021. The January administration will have the same benefits as the October PSAT/NMSQT, including eligibility for programs administered by National Merit Scholarship Corporation. Students may only take the test PSAT/NMSQT once. Information will be coming later this fall about how to sign up for the test and what the test day procedures will be for the day.
NEW STUDENT Registration
Incoming new 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th graders that have been assigned to Como Park Senior High School for 2020-2021 should use the information below to assist in completing their registration.
Como Park Senior High School Registration Guide - The registration guide will provide course description and clarity on prerequisites.
The CPHS Counseling team offers a comprehensive school counseling program that addresses the three domains of student development: Academic, College/Career, and Personal/Social.
Specific services include:
- Individual Counseling
- Group Counseling
- Crisis Support
- Conflict Resolution
- Academic Support and Planning
- Post-Secondary Planning
Como Park Senior High School's ACT/SAT registration and College Application High School Code is 242280.
Elective Change Requests
If a student did not get a course they requested it may be because:
The course was full,
The course is no longer being offered,
The course conflicts with another course your student wanted,
The student did not meet the prerequisites.
Students can change schedules for the first 2 weeks of the semester due to
the following: incorrect core course, improper course level, course conflicts, documented health concerns.
In order to effeciently address all student requests for schedule changes, counselors will not be seeing students in the auditorium for elective change requests. Students must click the link below and complete the online form. Counselors will then process the request within 48 hours and e-mail the new schedule to the student.