Counseling

As counselors at Tokay High School, our emphasis is on a variety of academic, personal., and developmental issues. Our goal is to work collaboratively to prepare our students for success by creating a caring, challenging, and safe environment in which to develop their fullest potential. 

If you have concerns about class work, grades, or behavior, teachers may be reached by email here or through your Aeries Parent Portal. Parent communication is strongly encouraged. 

Please know that your counselors are here to provide you with support and assistance as much as we possibly can. We are available to you by phone or via email Monday – Friday, 7:00am – 2:30pm. Please don’t hesitate to call or  email us with questions, and we will do our best to get you the answers you need.  Be sure to leave a detailed message if we are unavailable. 


 

SUMMER SCHOOL 2022

The registration deadline has passed (May 16, 2022) 

Click below for flyer and Summer School office contact information:
 

 

 

Scheduling for 2022-2023

Scheduling & planning for the 2022-2023 school year has begun. Please click this link for presentations and course information for 8th graders and current 9-11 grade students. 

Need to change course selections you made for next year? Click here!

 

RESOURCES


do you need help? 

Just need emotional support and someone to talk to? SJ County Behavioral Health Services has set up their Warm Up Line for Youth. Click here for contact information. 

ths COUNSELORS
Mrs. Cynthia Mack
Phone: 209-331-7990 x340012
Student Last Name:  A - Cop
 
Mr. John Hunt
Phone: 209-331-7990 x340011
Student Last Name:  Cor - Hen
 
Mrs. Colleen Dougherty
Phone: 209-331-7990 x340009
Student Last Name:  Her - Mel
 
Miss Adilene Salas
Phone: 209-331-7990 x340010
Student Last Name:  Men - Ror
 
Mr. Venus Rincon
Phone: 209-331-7990 x340013
Student Last Name:  Ros - Z
 

Counseling Referral Form

Use this link to refer yourself, your student or another student for a counseling check-in. 

*PLEASE NOTE* this form is NOT monitored 24/7 and there may be a lag of several days prior to contact being made. If you feel that the student is in immediate danger, dial 911 and make a report.