Our Counselors work with students, parents, and staff to promote academic success and prepare students to become contributing members of the community. Our goal is to provide a safe and supportive environment for students to develop their social-emotional skills and achieve their full potential."

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Guidance counselor

Hi Everyone, I am Kassidy Harrington and I am from Anaheim, Ca. I am a graduate from Utah Valley University where I earned my BA in communication. While working towards my degree from 2014-2019 I became a mentor and volleyball coach in Long Beach, Ca for ages 10-17. Upon my graduation I was appointed an admissions advisor for Trident at American InterContinental University. 

My personal goal as a counselor is to work with students, parents, and staff to ensure student academic success and prepare students to become respectful and contributing members of the community. 

Success is a Journey, Not a Destination

Tips for Success:

  • Stay Organized: Organizing your binder, desk, etc. makes everything easier and will help get work done faster. Below is a checklist to print out at home to help stay organized.

    Organization Checklist

  • Practice Good Habits: Steven Covey’s 7 Habits of Highly Effective People is a great source to read up on how students can be successful in life and in the classroom. 
  • Mamba Mentality: One of the greatest examples of success is the legendary Kobe Bryant. “Mamba Mentality is all about focusing on the process and trusting in the hard work when it matters most,” 

Learning today, for a better tomorrow

Your Learning Style:

  • Your Learning Style: Knowing what type of learner you are can help significantly in the classroom. Below is an at home checklist for parents to download and see what type of learner their child is.

you should set goals beyond your reach

Preparing For High School: 

College and Career Prep Information:



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