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Mission statement

The mission of our comprehensive school counseling program is to support all students, regardless of individual differences, to acquire the educational, occupational, and personal/social competencies necessary to contribute and function in a complex and changing world.

Our Philosophy

We believe that each student is a unique individual with different physical, emotional, and intellectual characteristics. Each individual, given the respect, motivation, and learning environment, can develop a positive self-image that will, in turn, help the student make the necessary progress toward the attainment of his or her goals.

A student's self-image is informed from past experiences, by successes and failures. A healthy self-image must encompass a realistic appraisal of one's capabilities and also a realization that one can be successful in life. As counselors, we strive to assist all students with their academic, career and personal/social development, which will enable successful completion of a high school program and their becoming a successful contributor to the world around them. 

Academic Development

  • Support students in developing an educational plan for academic success.
  • Assist students to become invested in their school success by showing them how school performance relates to career opportunities.
  • Work collaboratively with students, parents, and teachers to identify and help to remove obstacles that may hinder student achievement.
  • Provide information about different academic opportunities both within and outside of Valley High School.
  • Assist students and parents with information about the college planning process.

Personal and Social Development

  • Help develop positive attitudes among students towards self, family, and community.
  • Help students identify strengths and develop skills to cope with their personal issues.
  • Work with students to understand and appreciate their unique qualities and to grow personally and socially.
  • Provide educational and support services to parents.
  • Provide consultation services to teachers.
  • Facilitate referrals to community support services.

VHS Counseling Services

Welcome Valley Vikings! As the 2021-2022 school begins, make sure to do the following:

  • Complete your online registration. This needs to be completed for each student and needs to be done ASAP for the 2021/2022 school year. This allows us to have all the updated information for your student, so that you can receive all communication from the school. If you have not already done so, you will need to make a ParentVUE account. This can be created at WWW.APS.EDU. If you have forgotten your password, or need help setting up an account. Please call Jamie Lucero at Valley High School 505/345-9021 x54012. 

summer school 2021 information

Due to incredibly high demand for summer school at eCademy this year, both Term 1 and Term 2 are at capacity. 

Summer School Information: Summer School Registration is in progress. No tuition fees! Classes are online through eCademy. You can work at home or work at Valley campus. Tutors for each core subject will be available for 3 hours from 9am-12pm, Monday-Friday at Valley high school campus. Arrive at 9am and you will be directed to a classroom for tutoring support.

Term I: June 7-25
Term II: June 28-July 19


Each session is 3 weeks. You are expected to work on each class for at least 3 hours per day, Monday-Friday. If you plan to take two classes, expect to work for at least 6 hours per day, Monday-Friday.

You can review your transcript and check which class you need to make up. 

To view your unofficial transcript go to your StudentVue or ParentVue. Go to the "Course History" and then click on the blue icon "unofficial transcript" which is located at the top of the page. Your unofficial transcript will be downloaded for you to view. 

 

 

Registration for SY 2021-2022

Registration for school year 2021-2022 is currently in progress. Contact Valley High School for enrollment. 505-345-9021

Schedule corrections

Student course selections are considered final unless the selections fail to prepare the student for minimum graduation requirements.

Corrections must be made within the first 10 days of the semester. Review for schedule correction should be requested through your assigned school counselor.

 

Set up your parentvue & studentvue to access your schedule

Complete your free, reduced lunch program form for school year 2021-2022

How many credits do I need to graduate?

Transcript

You can access your unofficial transcript through your StudentVue account. Select "Course History" and click on the blue box with "Unofficial Transcript". If you need an official transcript, you must complete your order through Parchment. 

Graduation 2021

Need to contact your counselor?

Each counselor is available to help you with Academic, Persona/Social, and College & Career.

Students: Use the links below  to contact your counselor.

Parents: Contact your student's counselor by email.



Last Names: A-Go              Crystal Chavez, 9-12th    crystal.chavez@aps.edu

Contact Ms. Chavez

 

Last Names: Gp-O            Claudia Chavez, 9-12th    claudia.chavez@aps.edu

Contact Ms. Chavez

 

Last Names: P-Z                    Holly Blue-Sky-Rey, 9-12th   holly.blueskyrey@aps.edu

Contact Ms. Blue-Sky-Rey

 

Students with an IEP      Special Education                  Contact Rachel Ramirez            rachel.ramirez@aps.edu

Contact Ms. Ramirez

 

Crossroads Counselor

Deanna Valdez                       valdez_de@aps.edu

 

College & Career Readiness Counselor 

 Angelica Delgadillo                    angelica.delgadillo@aps.edu