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Tucker, Lisa

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South San Francisco High School Counseling Department


The Counseling Department at South San Francisco High School is committed to the implementation of a comprehensive high school counseling program. We support student achievement through advocating for each student and supplying them with the tools needed to achieve their personal and academic goals.  We provide our students with a positive and college and career going environment where we encourage students to use their critical thinking skills to plan their journey into adulthood. The counselors actively engage in professional and educational development while assessing the students needs.



The Counselors at South San Francisco High School adhere to the philosophy that the School Counseling Program is an essential and integral part of the overall education process. Counselors are dedicated in providing a comprehensive counseling program addressing the academic, career, personal and social development of all students. In partnership with other educators, parents/guardians, community based organizations and the school community. South San Francisco High School Counselors strive to empower students to embrace their full potential and develop the skills necessary to become a productive citizen of a global society.



Each student is assigned a Counselor based on their last name. Counselors work with students and their families to create an educational plan and assist in after high school plans. The Counseling office and College & Career Center act as an informational agency providing college information, scholarships, job postings, vocational and occupational materials. In addition, this department serves as a referral agency to onsite resources and to community based organizations.


Students are encouraged to visit the Counseling Office before school, during lunch or after school to speak with their Counselor or to make an appointment. To make an appointment please stop by the Counseling Office and fill out a pink slip "Request to See Counselor" or you can speak with Mrs. Martinez the Counseling Secretary for other assistance.


"Real education should consist of drawing the goodness and the best out of our own students. What better books can there be than the book of humanity."  - Cesar Chavez


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Counseling Department Directory

Each student is assigned to a Counselor based on the first letter of their last name. Please see the list below for the current Counselor breakdown. Parents / Guardians may contact their students ...more

Meet the Counselors

How to See Your Counselor

How can I contact my Counselor?

You can reach your Counselor in the following ways:

  • Fill out a "Request to See Your Counselor" form in the Counseling Office
  • Email your Counselor through School Loop
  • Stop ...more