School Counselor Information

Students and Families,


During the school closure, The Counseling Team has created a RUHS Counseling Google Classroom as a place to find updated scheduling information, forms, wellness activities and resources, and social-emotional supports.


The Google Classroom Code is: alivu2e

Please check the Google Classroom regularly for updates.

Stay well and healthy.





Counselor Assignments 


Contact Information

We'd like to get to know you better!  

Visit the "Get to Know Your Counselor" page to find the name of your student's school counselor and contact information.



“Students must have initiative; they should not be mere imitators. They must learn to think and act for themselves--and be free.”  (Cesar Chavez)

As a counseling team, our goal is to teach, support and inspire students to pursue both their personal and academic goals.  We recognize each student as an individual with unique qualities and talents.  Our commitment is to help them discover and develop their interests as they continue their journey as a lifelong learner.


The Counselor's Role

The RUHS counseling team is comprised of a wealth of knowledge and combined experience, totaling over 90 years in education!  

As a team, we will emphasize the development of strong academic and personal skills as the basis for strong educational planning.  Our goal is to help your student acquire the skills needed for college or other post-high-school opportunities.  We offer the following support and advisement:
  • Schedule individual counseling sessions with students to establish personal goals.
  • Meet with students in crisis and provide information for appropriate professional personal/social counseling services. 
  • Provide group orientations at each grade level to discuss career interest and the college exploration process (The Nest).
  • Meet with parents and students to discuss personal goals and academic planning.
  • Provide technology and online resources to help students with their decision making, college choice and career planning.
  • Introduce various colleges by scheduling individual visits by college admissions representatives to talk with students (The Nest).
  • Host workshops and guest speakers to share expertise on the college admissions process and financial aid options.   
  • Prepare school materials (transcripts, recommendations and the school profile) on behalf of students to universities and colleges for admissions and scholarship purposes.

Counseling Locker



Students interested in working should check out the awesome job board the School-to-Career group keeps in the Support Services Building (at the South end of Main Hall, across from room 203).

If you want mobile updates, you can "Like" School-to-Career on Facebook!  Check it out at:


Students Linking their PSAT Results to Khan Academy 

How to Link Your College Board + Khan Academy Accounts – This video show students how to link their CB account to their KA account

Understanding Your PSAT/NMSQT Score Report  - This video allows the students to see and understand their PSAT/NMSQT scores.

Setting up your College Board account (see attached) – This instruction  maybe useful for students who need set-up their CB account before linking to their Khan Academy account.

Khan Academy flyer for students (see attached) – Feel free to print and distribute to your students

Khan Academy Toolkit  (see attached) – Feel free to review this toolkit which includes suggestions for sharing important information with students and parents on Khan Academy

Daily Practice App How To (see attached) – Flyer on Scan + Score feature of the  Daily Practice App to share with your students and parents