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Counseling Department


South San Francisco High School Counseling Department:


Matthew Ledesma - Last names: A-Gaq & AVID Site Coordinator

Daniel Flores -  Last names: Gar-Pad & English Language Learner Program

Jeanne George - Intervention Counselor

Jackie Belli - College and Career Technician


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Summer Scholarships

Graduating Seniors, students in 9th, 10th and 11th grades, and parents check out the June and Summer list of scholarships. There are several easy scholarships you can complete. Remember scholarships mean FREE money $$$ for your future education!

Posted by: Jackie Belli
Published: 5/27/15

Scholarship Websites & Information

Helpful scholarship websites and other information. Start applying for scholarships to save the FREE money for your future education. Seniors you can apply for scholarships all the time you are in college.

It is recommended that students register on 3-4 scholarship search sites. You will be notified by email about scholarships that you may be eligible for.
All the FREE scholarship money you can receive helps you pay less for your educational costs.

Posted by: Jackie Belli
Published: 5/27/15


Counselors are responsible for working with students and their families to create an educational plan.  Counselors also assist students in finding answers to educational, vocational, and personal questions.  The counseling office, in cooperation with the Career Center, also acts as an informational agency providing college catalogs and brochures, scholarship information and vocational and occupational materials.  College admission applications and work permits are also obtained from this department.  In addition, t his department serves as a referral agency, suggesting sources for individual and family counseling.  A student conflict resolution program is available to all students.  If a student is involved in a conflict with another student or knows of a conflict occurring between other students, they should request to see their counselor or dean.