Counseling Home

8th Grade - Kristin Wilkins, Counselor [email protected]
7th Grade - Susan Lundin, Counselor [email protected]
Child and Family Center Crisis Line: 661-259-9439
Suicide Prevention Hotline: 800-273-8255
Please note that Counselors are available during School Hours and will return correspondence during business hours. If this is an emergency please contact your child's health care provider and/or 911.
What We Do
As a parent, one of our greatest desires is to see that our children achieve their dreams. As school counselors, we are trained to help your child reach their full potential. There is a common misconception that the only role of a school counselor is to help students get into college. Every day, students face challenges; tough classes, peer pressure, as well as family and personal concerns. (American School Counselors Association) At Rancho Pico, one of our goals is to help students through these challenges.

The Rancho Pico counseling department offers a comprehensive program that focuses on academic, career, and personal development. We meet with students at various times during the school year to review progress toward promotion and reaching their goals. Each counselor works with specific teams to monitor student success. If a student wants to meet with a counselor, we encourage him/her to come to the counseling office before school, brunch, lunch or after school. In addition to working with students, we are also available to work with parents and teachers. We have found when students are having academic, behavioral, emotional, or social difficulties, collaboration between the teacher, counselor and parents is often most helpful for students. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to call or make an appointment to meet with your child’s counselor.

The students are assigned a counselor based on last name. Above is the list of the Rancho Pico counseling staff.  Please feel free to contact your child’s counselor if you have any questions.