Counseling Center

Office Hours:
Monday – Friday – 7:00 am to 3:30 pm

Phone: (619) 656-2420

The best way to contact your student’s counselor is by email (Counseling Center Staff). In most cases, when counselors are meeting with students and parents, they will not be able to answer their phones directly. However you are welcome to leave a phone message by calling (619) 656-2420. Each counselor manages a caseload of approximately 400 students.  They strive to get back to phone messages and emails within 48 hours on school days during office hours.  Your counselors thank you, in advance, for your patience.

If you have specific questions about grades in your student’s courses or would like to set up a parent/teacher conference, it is best to contact the teachers directly.  Counselors do not have specific information pertaining to the student’s individual grades.  Teacher contact information can be accessed through the Staff Directory or Academic Departments links.

Most grades are posted on www.JupiterGrades.com which can be accessed via our home page. If you need log-in/password information, please contact the main office at (619) 656-2400 or email Assistant Principals’ Secretary, Jacqueline.Diaz@sweetwaterschools.org 

As a student at Olympian High, you are assigned to a counselor based on your last name. Your counselor is responsible for helping you with academic, career, educational, personal and social needs.  Information that you share with a counselor is by law confidential – the counselor can not share that information without your permission with anyone else.  The only exception to this is if your health, safety or welfare or someone else’s is in danger.

Counseling services offered at Olympian High include, but are not limited to, providing:

  • All students with a 4-year plan leading to graduation.
  • Appropriate referrals to community resources for psychological counseling and substance abuse programs.
  • Information regarding tutoring & test preparation courses.
  • Support groups on a variety of issues such as dealing with grief, divorce, drugs and alcohol, and sexuality.
  • Assistance in selecting courses related to career & college planning.
  • Access to financial aid and scholarships for college.
  • Career assessments and interest inventories.
  • Information on college entrance and placement exams.
  • Classroom presentations on college requirements.
  • Information on student grades, credits, schedules, and standardized test scores.
  • Assistance in facilitating parent/teacher conferences.
  • Crisis counseling.
  • Assistance in taking concurrent Southwestern College courses.
  • Conflict mediation.
  • Access to college representatives and information on college presentations and college fairs.
  • Safe and confidential atmosphere for students to share personal issues.
  • Peer counseling services.
  • Study team approach to research appropriate services for at-risk students.
  • Information on alternative school programs.
  • Assistance in obtaining and completing college applications.
  • Lessons on goal-setting, study skills, stress relief, anger management, etc.

Students are welcome to visit the Counseling Center before or after school, at nutrition break or lunch.  Students, if you prefer that your counselor call you out of class, you may complete a “Counselor Request Form” found in the Counseling Center.