Please Note: The Counseling Office is closed for summer break. Transcripts are still available through Parchment. Schedule Change Request Forms will be available during registration - no email or phone requests during the summer will be accepted.
Office Hours: 7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Monday - Friday
Fax: (858) 748-1132
School Code: 052533
Counselors' open office hours are during break, lunch, before and after school.
Students - Please sign in/scan the QR code in the counseling lobby when you visit.
Parents - Please make an appointment by phone or email, directly with your student's counselor.
||Jerilyn Padua Reyes
|Career Guidance Tech
|Student Data Tech
|Student Services Specialist
Thanks for visiting the Poway High School Counseling site! As a comprehensive Counseling Department, we work hard to impart specific skills and learning opportunities through academic, career, and personal/social development experiences in a proactive and preventive manner for all students. We promote and enhance the learning process by being actively committed to helping students understand that the choices that they will make will affect their future educational and career options.
Poway High School is committed to ensuring your student has access to the best possible education. We work hard to help students reach their academic goals for college and career readiness when they graduate. Our department is dedicated to serving students and preparing them for life after high school. In fact, we have doubled our efforts in helping students meet the UC/CSU A-G requirements.
We hope that all of our students have an enjoyable and successful school year!
- Counselors are available to students during break, lunch, before and after school.
- Parents, please make an appointment by phone or email directly with your students' Counselor.
- Our Career and Guidance Technician, Jaime Brown can answer many of the questions students and parents have for their Counselors and is well versed in college and career planning.
- Visit the Titan Center for up-to-date college, career and testing information; college visits; college brochures and research materials; scholarship information; computers for students who would like to work on school-related items; assistance with college application questions; military options information, and more.