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Dear Wolverine Families,

As registration comes to an end, the courses students need to and should take during their remaining years in high school are often front and center in their minds. There are many resources available to help you and your student prepare for the end of their PK-12 education and the beginning of their post-secondary education. First, please feel free to reach out to site staff including counselors and academic advisors with any questions regarding student schedules or future plans. CUSD Futureology counselors provide several information nights at all school sites and individual counseling by appointment to support students with specific questions or scenarios. In addition, there are several free online resources that are available to support families with course planning with a focus on college and career success. Here are a number of these resources:

Revised CUSD High School Graduation Requirements and UC a-g Requirements.

CUSD Graduation Requirements Class of 2019

CUSD Graduation Requirements Class of 2020 and Beyond

 2017-18 Course Catalog contains information about the various programs, courses, and academic policies in CUSD high schools. The 2018-19 Course Catalogue is set to be released during September 2018.

CUSD Futureology Website hosts several resources including how to make an appointment, archived presentations, and information about upcoming events.

Visit CUSD Futureology’s Resource Library for even more resources including guides, checklists, worksheets, assessments, blog posts, infographics, videos, online tools, and additional support. Watch webinar replays at

 The California Career Center supported by the CA Dept. of Education - provides tools to help students map their future, whether looking ahead to college, apprenticeship, the military or other options.

 California Career Zone supported by the CA Dept. of Education - helps students explore, plan for and pursue careers that reflect their passion, skills, and life goals. Info is available in Spanish. makes the college search easier with search tools, scholarship database, and awesome college rankings and lists. compares colleges to match students with the best fit and allows users to estimate and compare net price and financial aid as well as share lists—in minutes. provides students with an all-inclusive guide for their college & career paths & enables educators to track their progress.

 CollegeBoard’s BigFuture™ gives students and families free comprehensive college planning resources including in a great college search tool.


CUSD office of College & Career Counseling offers a wide variety of webinars, workshops, and individual college counseling (appt. required). It is a FREE service to help you and your family make informed choices by providing personalized guidance. 


How Can Students Have Guidance Questions Answered?


Drop in to see your Academic Advisor – 7:00 am – 3:30 pm (Before school, lunch time or after school).

Fill out the sign in sheet on your Advisor’s door and she will send a call slip for you.

To set up an appointment with your Advisor, click their name below.


        TBD  (A-Cha)          

Lori Tarwater (Che-Fi)

Karen Everett (Fl-Jam)

Marcia Stewart (Jan-Mar)

Logan Cheshire (Mas-Pi)    

Tonya Whiteside (Pl-Sta)

Cheryl Wood (Ste-Z)