ARVIN HIGH SCHOOL CODE: 050160
Who We Are
The Arvin High School Counseling Department’s purpose is to empower all students to lead satisfying and productive lives by assisting them in identifying and achieving educational, career, personal and social goals. AHS Counselors help students develop and successfully complete an educational plan that meets graduation requirements and fits students’ personal needs, interests, abilities and career aspirations. We believe the personal/social aspects of the student are just as important as academics and that the two cannot be totally separated. We strive to assist all students with coping/resiliency mechanisms as well as the skills that will enable them to better focus in the classroom. We recognize that students who experience success in their learning environment, both academically and socially, become well equipped for life after high school.
What We Do
Listed Below are the web links to apply to local community colleges, CSUs, UCs, and Private Universities and Colleges (Common Application). For application assistance be sure to visit the Student Services Office.
California Community Colleges:
California State University System
University of California System
Application Tips and tools: http://admission.universityofcalifornia.edu/counselors/files/apply-online-freshman-cal.pdf
Application tutorial: https://sites.google.com/site/scsclassof2011/CollApp/uc
Private Independent Colleges and Universities
Common Application: https://www.commonapp.org/Login
Link to Schools: https://www.commonapp.org/Login#!PublicPages/AllMembers
To request a transcript, you must fill out a Transcript Request form and return it to the registrar. You can find the forms on the registrar’s counter or download and print out the form. If you would like your Official Transcript mailed out, please include a self-addressed, legal sized envelope and leave the return address section blank. The registrar will fill in the school’s address.
All transcript requests require 24-Hour notice and all debts must be paid before a transcript can be released.