Tennyson High School

Counselor Caseload

Diana Vazquez
CMMA Program, Last Names I-L, T-Z

dvazquez2@husd.us
(510) 723-3190 x63124

Adriana Chenault
AVID Program, Last Names A  - C

achenault@husd.us 
(510) 723-3190 x63121

Joel Acuna de Haro
Puente Program, Last Names D - H

jacunadeharo@husd.us
(510) 723-3190 x63122

Alma de la Rosa-Martin
Last Names L-S

adelarosa@husd.us 
(510) 723-3190 x63126

Diana Medina
World House Program

dmedina@husd.us
(510) 723-3190 x63150

(Position Open)

Restorative Justice Counselor

(510) 723-3190 x 63123

Edward Wells
 School Psychologist

ewells@husd.us
(510) 723-3190 x63152

Maria Orozco
 Career & College Technician

morozcocoronado@husd.us
 (510) 723-3190 x63144

Raul Rodriguez

 DCAC / EAOP Coordinator

raulrodriguez@berkeley.edu

(510) 723-3190 x63112

Jacqueline Arias

College Advisor, Upward Bound Project

arias@hnu.edu

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What is CaliforniaColleges.edu?  

CaliforniaColleges.edu provides students with an all-inclusive guide for their college & career paths, and enables educators to track their progress.  Please click on the link below for an overview of how to take full advantage of the access to the CaliforniaColleges website.

 

HUSD CaliforniaColleges Plan: Overview

 

Once your account is registered, students will be able to take a career interest inventory, save the results of your favorite college searches, and find out trending careers and pathways.  Click on a link below to find out more information.

In general, there are four different systems of higher education: 2-year institutions, public 4-year institutions, private 4-year     institutions, and vocational/technical schools.Nationwide, there are thousands of colleges offering a wide variety of degrees and majors. These include community colleges, state universities, and elite research institutions.

  • Compare Careers

    Choosing a career path is an important part of planning your future. One of the best ways to find the best career for you is to compare different careers, so you can choose what will be best for you and your future.

  • Benefits of California Community Colleges

    As you consider all your options for college, consider the California Community College (CCC) system. There are many benefits to community college, and some unique offerings that you will not find at other schools

  • Learn about Financial Aid

    Financial aid is money that helps pay for college. There are different aid sources based on your situation. Some aid is based on financial need, your income, and your family’s income while other aid is based upon merit.