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Counseling Office Staff

Counseling Office Information

Office phone #:  453-6900 ext 1008        

Hours:  7:30 am to 3:30 pm


Tracey Caler - Counseling Secretary  

Call or email Mrs. Caler if you would like to

1) enroll a new student

2) set up a Student Study Team meeting for your student who is experiencing academic challenges

3) make an appointment with a counselor


Andrea Ahlin   Registrar  phone #  453-6900 ext. 1019

Mrs. Ahlin takes transcript requests from current and former students.  Current students should come by her office and fill out a transcript request form.  There is no cost for current students; Graduates and former students will be charged $5 per official transcript payable by cash, check or money order.



Counseling Staff

Ahlin, Andrea Registrar
Caler, Tracey Counseling Secretary
Cole, Monica Counselor (A-Gonzalez)
Meagor, Liz Counselor (Gooding-Miranda, AVID)
Russell, Jamie Counselor (Moisa-P, VECHS)
Urabe, Elizabeth Head Counselor (Q-Z, EL)

PSAT 9!!

The PSAT 9 will be on Wednesday, April 25th at 8am in the library. 

A great way to get early practice for the PSAT and, ultimately, the SAT.


Students can sign up with Mrs. Caler before school, at lunch, or after school now through Friday, April 20th.


$15.00 per test and limited spaces available  



Tutoring by fellow classmates in a friendly and helpful environment. You can also earn detention credit and community service credit.

We tutor in:
● Chemistry
● Anatomy
● Biology
● Math
● English
● Spanish
● French
● Social Studies
● Music


Tuesdays & Thursdays 3:15-4:15


Sign-up for updates from the Counseling Office

The Remind app is a useful tool that allows your teachers to send reminders for upcoming deadlines and dates. The counseling office now has a "class" in Remind  for students and parents to join. Sign up to get more frequent updates and important info from the counselors. Forgot to sign up for the PSAT? Wondering when report cards are sent out? Want more reminders of important deadlines?


For Students:

To receive updates through text, text the following code to 81010:

Freshmen(Class 2021): @wcwstu21

Sophomores (Class of 2020): @wcwstu20

Juniors (Class of 2019): @wcwstu19

Seniors (Class of 2018): @wcwstu18


For Parents:

To receive updates through text, you can text @wcwparents to 81010

To receive messages through email, send an email to wcwparents@mail.remind.com 

March Updates....

  • Class registration has began! Each of the counselors will be meeting individually with all of their freshmen-junior students to discuss course selection for next year. 
  • The course catalog for the 2018-2019 school year is now available on the WCW website.
  • Each of the students will receive a course request form that they are to take home and have a parent/guardian sign! Please keep an eye out for this! 

Scholarship and Financial Aid

The FAFSA for the 2017-2018 school year is now open! Deadline is March 2nd, but the sooner you file, the sooner you know your financial aid package!

  • Get a FSA ID (Personal Identification ID) HERE
    • Students and parents BOTH need an FSA ID
    • If the student does not have a Social Security number, fill out the CA Dream Act
  • Get started on the FAFSA:  www.fafsa.ed.gov 

Scholarship Searches                    





Websites for College & Career

ACT Student Register for the ACT test

Associate Degree With Transfer: A program that helps students transfer from community college to CSU 

Assist.orgReally helpful website for students planning on transferring. 

College Board-Register for the SAT test and get free practice

California Career Zone- Take interest profilers and explore hundreds of careers!

California Colleges -This website provides a summary of the requirements for all types of colleges and extensive resources on planning college with a special section for  high school students.

Community College Information- Learn about all the community colleges and their programs and services.

CSU Eligibility Index (This may differ based on school)

Princeton Review- A lot of information is provided on this site about college searches and evaluation of colleges.
Idealist -- Hundreds of paid and volunteer jobs in government, state and national parks and non-profit organizations.

Niche-- College rankings and review!

Occupational Outlook handbook --look up job prospects and how much you can expect to earn in your future career.

Salary Surfer: Research certificate and degree programs at community colleges

SAT Prep (through Khan Academy)

Solano College Transfer Center: For students interesting in transferring to 4 year college

Student Loans- A one-stop portal can help you plan and pay for college, choose a career and more.