Counseling

Guidance Office
7:30 a.m. -- 4:00 p.m.
530-872-6425, ext. 3027
 Guidance Office Fax: 530-872-6418
Registrar

 

Counselors

 
Ms. McFarland (A-Ga)
smcfarland@pusdk12.org
Phone ext. 3201
 
Ms. Dodson (Ge-N)
Phone ext. 3031
 
Ms. Nelson (O-Z)
bnelson@pusdk12.org
Phone ext. 3029

New Students

Please complete enrollment packages, including course requests. Packets are available in the Guidance Office or some, here on this page.
Packets must include:
Classes cannot be selected without this information.  If you wish, you may have your previous school fax us this information: our fax number is 530.872.6418.

Transcripts

Transcript Request Instructions

Transcripts may be requested from the Registrar by telephone, e-mail, or by stopping into the office and filling out a "Transcript Request Form."  Please allow three to five business days for preparation.  Allow additional days for mailing.  Transcripts may also be picked up at the office.

The cost for previous students is: $5.00 per (unofficial or official) copy. Rush fee is $7.00 per copy. Cash or check ONLY (no credit or debit cards).

Please provide the following information:

  • Your name at graduation
  • Your year of graduation
  • If you graduated with an Adult GE or GED diploma, please indicate so
  • The purpose of the transcript (college application, job application, immigration/passport, scholarship)
  • Your telephone number
  • Where you want the transcript mailed
  • If you wish to pick up your transcript, please indicate so in your message

Registrar: Ms. Ivey

Email Address: sivey@pusdk12.org

Telephone Number: 530-872-6425  x3003

Hours: 7:30 am - 4:00 pm   Monday through Friday

Address: 5911 Maxwell; Paradise, CA  95969

School Profile

What is a School Profile?
When a student applies to a college, our School Profile may be requested. School Profiles are used by colleges so that they may fairly assess the accomplishments of the student based on what is offered by the school. Also, some colleges use them to help maintain student diversity.

General Information

Students  receive services through outside agencies, including:
  • Child Protective Services
  • Homeless Emergency Runaway Effort
  • Migrant Education
  • Mini Corps
  • County Alcohol, Drug, Mental Health Services
  • Teen Parent Services
  • Private Practice Psychologists
  • Parent Education Network
  • Children's Home Society
  • American Indian Education Program
  • County Schools Speech Therapy and Communicatively Handicapped programs