Meet the Counseling Department in the

Tigers Den!

 Mauricio Perez, Jessica Meraz, Angela McClaron, Alyana Harris, Erika Gardner, Kristina Gurganus, Erika Nichols, Justin Carmona
How to contact a Counselor: 
Ms. Jessica Meraz, the Counseling Clerk, is your first point of contact to speak to any Counselor. She is located in the front of the Tiger's Den/Counseling Center. You can come in and speak to her directly, email her at  jmeraz@sanjacinto.k12.ca.us, or call her at (951) 654-7374 extension 2216. If there is something that she cannot assist you further with, she will direct you to the appropriate Counselor. If you have anything that you would like to speak to a Counselor about directly, you can contact the Counselors by doing one of the following:
1) Speak to the Counselor of the Day (COD): Everyday one of the Counselors is the designated COD. This Counselor is available in the Tiger's Den/Counseling Office before school, during lunch, and after school.  
2) Email or call your/the assigned Counselor directly. Please see the Counselor Contact Information page below to obtain phone numbers and email addresses. You can also speak to Ms. Jessica Meraz, the Counseling Clerk, to help you figure out which Counselor to contact.
As a Counseling Department we follow the
American School Counselors Association (ASCA)
National Model in order to implement our Counseling Program. 

Vision Statement

The students at San Jacinto High School are high-achieving learners who graduate high school prepared for college and career aspirations. All students attain 21st century skills, career, and college readiness through the rigorous curriculum and high-quality opportunities provided by partnerships with the community, family, school, and the comprehensive school counseling program. Students and graduates challenge themselves, explore their own talents, and take pride in them, their school, their community and their country.

Mission Statement

San Jacinto High School is committed to ensuring that all students receive equitable access to the knowledge, attitudes and skills necessary to achieve academic excellence, college/career readiness, personal growth and social responsibility to become contributing members of their world community.

We're here to help
with these areas:
1. Academics
2. Social/Emotional
3. College/Career 
San Jacinto High
School Code: 053070