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Joanne Rios - Lead Clerk

(760) 868-3222 x21039

Course Catalog

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Counseling Home


Walk-In Counseling Available

Walk-in Counseling takes place Monday through Friday in the Counseling Office during BOTH lunches. 

Take the opportunity to talk to your counselors during this time. You do not need an appointment! Stop by with any questions you have about college, classes, personal issues or just come by to say hi! 


We look forward to seeing you!

College Visit Calendar

Serrano often has college representatives visit our campus. Click here to see the schedule of these visits.

Use Remind 101 for Important Counseling News

There are three ways to use the Remind service:

Remind App

  1. Download the Android or Apple iOS Remind app
  2. Enter the class code according to your grade level
  • seniors: @dbacks2017
  • juniors: @dbacks2018
  • sophomores: @dbacks2019
  • freshmen: @dbacks2020

~ Text/SMS Remind

  1. Text the number (205) 918-8575 with the following message:
  • If you are senior, text "@dbacks2017"
  • If you are junior, text "@dbacks2018"
  • If you are sophomore, text "@dbacks2019"
  • If you are a freshman, text "@dbacks2020"
  • Do not include the quotation marks.
  1. 2. You will receive text reminders now


~ Website

  1. Visit the url
  2. Be sure to change the url to reflect your year of graduation.

The Parent Project

Interested in college-level courses and opportunities BEFORE you attend an university full-time?

Look at these opportunities at big-name schools!

Writing your essays for college applications? We can help you

The counseling office has some resources for students working on college essays. Check them out!

New Honors/High Honors criteria from 2018 and beyond

The Snowline School Board approved a set of new criteria for students to graduate with honors and high honors.

Honors Graduate Program Requirements

For the purpose of determining the grade point ...more

UC Application opens Nov. 1, closes Nov. 30

The UC Application for Undergraduate Admission and Scholarships will open for submissions on Nov. 1 and close on Nov. 30. Students are encouraged to take their time completing the application and to gather materials, such as transcripts, and prepare their personal statements ahead of time. There is no benefit or disadvantage to students who choose to submit their applications earlier or later in the month. Once the application is submitted, only limited edits can be made. offers free ACT prep materials is sharing their completely FREE ACT prep site (recently showcased on FreeTech4Teachers & being used by more than several hundred other schools), which features:
- 99th percentile instructors
- thousands of practice questions
- gamification elements to keep kids engaged
Here's a special invite link if you'd like to check it out:
(and here's the link to the FreeTech4Teachers feature:  FreeTech4Teachers)
Prepfactory is looking to help the thousands of kids who can't afford the hundreds of dollars for a Kaplan-type prep class.

Why Take AP Courses?

See if you are a student who should take AP classes

Homework tutoring over the phone with Harvey Mudd students

Harvey Mudd College offers over-the-phone homework assistance to students for free. The high school students simply call the number and they talk to a real tutor. Students may remain anonymous, and the only info they need to disclose is their school and grade.

​See the flyer for further information