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Counseling Services

The Albuquerque High School Counseling Department is responsible for supporting the academic, personal, social, college and career needs of all students. Information that you share with a counselor is by law confidential and your trust is always a priority. Conversations and information disclosed during sessions will not be shared with others. However, your safety and well-being are of great concern and if, for any reason, you indicate a desire to hurt yourself, to hurt others, or if you are in danger of, or are currently being hurt by someone (including neglect), your counselors are required to share that information with someone who can help protect you in dealing with those issues.


Counseling Services that are offered at Albuquerque High School include, but are not limited to, providing:



Individual student planning (4-year)
•Transcript reviews and graduation credit checks
•Pre-Registration & Registration
•Standardized Test score review & advisement (SAT, ACT, SBA)
•College Application Process (Letters of Rec.)
•Goal-setting & career planning
•Classroom guidance lessons
•Credit recovery recommendations and registration (i.e. summer school, night school, & online classes)






•Individual counseling
•Crisis response services
•Peer facilitation/mediation
•Consultation, collaboration and referrals with community agencies
•Coping strategies and problem solving
•Classroom guidance lessons (*Depending on needs of students)







•Financial Aid guidance (i.e. FAFSA & scholarships)
•Assistance with college application process
•College Events
•Financial Aid Nights
•FAFSA Completion Workshops
•College Fair
•Senior Night
•College Visits
•College Entrance Exam (i.e. registration, preparation, & promotion)
•AP Exams
•Dual Enrollment support
•College searches
•Guidance curriculum lessons
•Career and Major exploration
•Work Permits
•Internship and volunteer opportunities


Counseling Office Hours:  Monday-Friday: 7am-3pm