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Our counselors support students by offering academic guidance, social and emotional support, and career exploration. They also assist with the transition to high school, provide crisis intervention when needed, and communicate with parents to address their children's academic and personal needs. Their role is essential in helping students navigate the challenges of middle school and plan for a successful transition to high school and beyond. 

California Junior Scholarship federation

CJSF membership drives are held during the months of September and February. 

Please either print an application (CJSF application link) or come into the counseling office to pick one up. All students have to do is fill out the form, sign it and bring it in with $5 to apply. Qualifying for three separate semesters will earn honor member status and a stole to wear over the gown during the Promotion Ceremony. If you have any questions then please stop into the counseling office or email them. Students with the last names A-L see Ms. Rodriguez ( and students with the last names M-Z see Mr. Thompson (


To qualify for CJSF membership this semester, follow these guidelines:

- You must submit an application to your counselor AND pay the $5 fee
 -CJSF points are granted as follows:
A = 3 points      B = 1 point    C = 0 points
- Do not assign points for grades earned in P.E., Advisory, Teacher’s Assistant (TA) or any other electives or exploration classes. Only ELA, Math, History and Science earn points (some exceptions)
- A grade of D or F will disqualify you from membership if received in ANY class.

Awards available to CJSF members:

November 1, 2023 – January 13, 2024 |  CJSF 50th Anniversary DiGiovanna Memorial Award Essay Contest
November 15, 2023 – February 25, 2024 |  Marian Huhn Memorial Award 

Arlene Rodriguez

Counselor A-L


Jason Thompson

Counselor M-Z