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Programs to Check Out!

Project REACH - afterschool program, open year round and provide teens with an opportunity to connect with stable adults, access homework assistance, and be exposed to youth development curriculumn as well as service learning and community engagement activities.

King Counseling

King Middle School Counseling Program


Promoting Academic Growth for Every Student

What do counselors do?

We help students

  • With grades, classes (academics)
  • With friends and other people (social, emotional)
  • With personal issues (social, emotional)
  • With planning for the future (career)

How do counselors help?

  • We will listen to you
  • We will clarify and explain things to you
  • We can mediate in case of a conflict
  • We can refer you to a person or place for more help

When to ask to see your counselor

  • When you are confused about your classes
  • When you need help with a class, friends, or other people
  • When you feel really sad, angry, worried

What are the requirements for School Counselors?

All school Counselors are credentialed by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing and possess a Pupil Personnel Services Credential in the state of California. In most cases a master’s degree is required.
How can parents help?
Active parental involvement in the activities of the guidance and counseling program are essential if students are to make informed choices. Parents can assist by always encouraging their children to do their best in school.   Attending school functions helps to encourage positive home-school relationships and is a good opportunity for parents to see and learn what is happening at school. Parents can also assist through teaching their children that learning is important and tied to future career choices and career success.
Where can I obtain more information?
For more information on this program, contact your child’s counselor. Appointments are recommended.


The last day to submit schedule change request form is Friday, August 31st. You can submit your requests to student services. 

Schedule Change Request Form

All schedule changes must be in writing and will only be done the first two weeks of school. Please use the attached form or pick up from Student Services. Thank you for your patience and cooperation. 

Schedule Change Request Form

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Safe School Presentation - Students

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