Welcome to the RHS Counseling Website!
We are located in the Main Administration building. Please visit our webpage as it changes on a daily basis. You can also contact us by phone at (559)305-7100 or by fax (559) 637-1028.
Is Fresno State a good school? YES!
Fresno Fair 4.0 and Above ProgramThe Big Fresno Fair’s 4.0 & Above Program invites all 8th – 12th grade students in Fresno County, whose cumulative GPA is 4.0 or above as of June 2018, to The Big Fresno Fair for FREE on Opening Day of the Fair – Wednesday, October 3, 2018. The 4.0 & Above Program includes a special presentation in the Brian I. Tatarian Grandstand, where prizes are drawn and awarded at 6:30 p.m. Pick up a permission slip and join us. Two buses will be ready to take you. One fair entry ticket will be given to every student that has earned a 4.0 cumulative GPA.
Fresno Area College Night
RHS will be taking students to the Fresno Area College Night in Fresno on September 12th. Local, state and national college and universities will be present to answer your questions regrading cost, requirements and any other questions you may have about their institution. Please pick up a permission slip to join us on one of two buses.Fresno County Career Tech Night
RHS will be taking students to the Career Tech Expo in Fresno on October 17th. Students and parents can speak with business and industry professionals about career planning tools for future employment in four targeted industries: automotive/transportation, building trades/construction, manufacturing, utilities, and medical careers. Pick up a permission slip to save your spot on our bus.
The Encounter from Fresno Pacific University. Come and meet current students, participate in student activities, tour the main campus, sit in on a class or two, eat in the dining hall, spend the night in our residence halls, and encounter real life at Fresno Pacific. Just $25 covers two days and one night of college life!*
UC Application due by November 30!
The fall 2019 application is now available! Students can start filling out the application online at http://admission.universityofcalifornia.edu/how-to-apply
and can submit it Nov. 1–30. Students should check the top right hand corner of the page, next to their name, to confirm the application is for fall 2019. Please use Helpful tips to assist you in the application process.
Each year the UC system provides the "Checklist for UC Admits"
to better assist, prominently first-generation, students to prepare for their enrollment in the UC. Students will not begin to hear of their admission till March. This tool will help students navigate through the varied tasks, deadlines, and expectations of their admission. In addition, you will find a list of resources for every UC campus. This year's checklist has been expanded to include in depth the requirements specific to undocumented students.
As students learn of their admission to a UC campus, it is imperative that they understand that their admission is conditional. Each UC admitted student will be directed to their student portal to familiarize themselves with their "Conditions of Admission". Failure to meet the "Conditions of Admission" will result in the cancellation of their admission. If a student is experiencing academic difficulties their last year, in particular their last semester, they should without hesitation contact the UC to which they have been admitted – immediately.Wildlife Biology Program
The University of Montana's Wildlife Biology Program provides students with an extensive knowledge in ecology, population biology, wildlife biology, and critical thinking and quantitative skills so students become leaders in bringing science to the dynamic management of wildlife and fish populations and their habitat, communities, and ecosystems.http://www.cfc.umt.edu/WBIO/Great Opportunity!
Please view this Channel 30 Report about the Reedley College Aviation Maintenance Technology Program. Valley ROP students can take this college course and get a head start.
Keith Zielke and Jason Asman are the Reedley College instructors that also teach the Valley ROP Aviation and Maintenance course. http://abclocal.go.com/kfsn/story?section=news/business
Please click on the flyer for more information.
*Assembly Bill 131
AB 131 became effective on Jan. 1, 2013. It allows students who meet AB 540 criteria (both documented and undocumented students) to apply for and receive:
Institutional grants such as the UC Grant, State University Grant, Educational Opportunity Program (EOP), and EOP Program and services fee waivers: Board of Governors fee waivers at the California Community Colleges, Financial aid, including Cal Grants and Chafee Foster Youth Grants
Please refer to the following link for further information:CA Dream Act
COLLEGE VISITS offers the college bound student a first-hand look at colleges and universities throughout the United States. Because of our experience in working with a multitude of higher education institutions, we are able to obtain meetings with admissions representatives, student led tours, and campus housing. This helps to take the hassle and worry away from the student and parents in organizing a family visit. COLLEGE VISITS tours cover all aspects of college life. We tour small, medium and large schools, rural and urban, and public and private schools. Our tours cover almost every region of the U.S., so if there is a particular school or region you are interested in, chances are COLLEGE VISITS goes there. Please visit http://college-visits.com/
for more information.
Do you need help with your homework?
Would you like to improve your understanding of tough math concepts? You can get help after school from 3:10 p.m. until 4:10 p.m. For more information click on the Math Tutoring Schedule link or http://mathoncall.org/
is also available.NCAA
Are you interested in playing sports ar the collegiate level? Please go to the NCAA website at http://www.eligibilitycenter.org/
Take a look at the Guide for College Bound Student Athletes. If you are unsure about eligibility, please look at the Roadmap to Initial Eligibility* TRANSCRIPTS
Official Reedley High School charges $5.00 per transcript which is due at the time of request. Transcripts may be requested either by coming in person to the Reedley HS Counseling Office or through the mail. When transcripts are requested through the mail the following information is required:
-Complete name used while attending Reedley HS
-Year of graduation from Reedley HS
-Complete name and mailing address where the transcript needs to be sent (if the transcript is sent back to the former student, it will be an unofficial transcript)
-Signature of the former student
-$5.00 remittance per transcript requested
-Also include your current telephone number
The following item is mandatory when requesting transcripts by mail: Copy
of driver’s license or valid identification
Mail transcript request to: Reedley High School Transcript Request 740 W Manning Ave Reedley CA 93654. When a student reaches the age of 18 or attends a school beyond the high school level, the right to request transcripts is transferred to the student and parents can no longer request the student’s transcript. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Foster at 559-305-7100, ext 2240.*The Collegeboard is now offering free SAT test help: Question of the Day, Sample Practice Questions, Practice Tests and Tutorials. Please visit http://sat.collegeboard.org/practice and Help through Khan Academy
The Fresno Family Counseling Center is uniquely poised to address the mental health issues in the region. The nationally recognized Fresno Family Counseling Center provides low cost counseling services and is on track to provide excess of 10,000 hours a year, for people of all ages.