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    Cabrillo High School Counseling

     
    Helping Kids “Conq”uer All!
     
    Office Hours:  7:15 a.m. – 3:45 p.m.

    Phone:  805-742-2850

     

    To contact a counselor click on their link .

     
     
     
     
     
     
     

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  • UCSB is hosting their "Transfer Making It Happen" workshops for students of Cabrillo and Lompoc High School.

     

    REGISTRATION: TMIH Registration Form   

    The Transfer Making It Happen (TMIH) program strives to ensure that high school seniors interested in the transfer option make a smooth transition from high school to community college, and eventually, to the university of their choice. The UC transfer process can be complicated and time consuming; this program will demystify the process for students by equipping them with the information, tools and resources necessary to be successful. UCSB admissions counselors will explain why students should consider transferring to a UC campus, as well as how they will be able to do so. Students are required to attend all sessions for their high school, registration is required: TMIH Registration Form  

     

    Cabrillo High School   

    Workshop 1 – Lompoc and Cabrillo Parents and Students 

    Monday, April 8th / Lompoc High School Library

    6:00-7:00 PM  

    Workshop 2 – Cabrillo Students Only 

    Thursday, April 11th

    11:14-11:56 AM / Cabrillo Library 2B

    Questions about this event? Email Elizabeth Flores at Flores.Elizabeth@LUSD.org

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  • Allan Hancock's College Now registration for Summer and Fall 2019 semesters open on May 20th, 2019!

    The College Now program allows high school students to enroll in college courses through Allan Hancock College. Tuition fees are waived for these students, however students are required to pay a small health fee (around $20). Many courses are available for students to choose from, and students can take courses at the Lompoc Valley Campus, Santa Maria Campus, or online.

    If you would like to learn more come speak to your counselor or Ms. Flores in the counseling office.

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