Folsom High School Counselors
The most efficient way to contact your student's counselor is via email.
Note: The student's last name determines the assigned counselor.Phone Number: (916) 294-2400 Fax Number: (916) 294-9070
Counselor for A - C:
Counselor for D - He:
Counselor for Hf - Md:
Counselor for Me - R:
Counselor for S - Z:
Mental Health Specialist: *
* FHS counselor referral necessary
Counseling Department Student Drop-In Hours:
Before school - 8:15, at lunch, or after school
Welcome to the 2023-2024 FHS Student Registration and Course Selection
Please click on the link that applies to your student(s).
Current Sutter Middle/Folsom Middle School Families: Click Here
NEW STUDENTS- Non-FCUSD Students (Currently live in FHS boundaries): Click Here
**ITP (Interdistrict Transfer) students will tentatively be notified around March 17th with details about next steps for registration.
2023 FCUSD Credit Recovery Summer Session Information and Sign Ups
CURRENT FCUSD STUDENTS ONLY; CURRENT GRADES 9-12 ONLY
Summer Session will be held at Cordova High School
Dates: June 5th- June 23rd, No school (Juneteenth) Holiday- June 19thMonday – Friday: (In-Person)
Period 1: 8:30 – 10:30
Break/Passing 10:30 – 10:45
Period 2: 10:45 – 12:45
Grab and Go Lunch: 12:45
Students are expected to be available during the entire summer session.
Remedial Summer School
Can only repeat courses if you earned a D or F.
Enrichment Summer School
Students MUST demonstrate an “impacted schedule” AND view the Enrichment Summer School Presentation on the FHS Counseling website (Physical Education and/or Health)
General Information about outside programs (enrichment and remediation)- Please contact your counselor for prior approval for outside institutions/programs.
We are pleased to announce the 2023 CE Summer Preceptorship Program (CTESPP)!
The 2023 CTESPP will be held from Tuesday, May 30 to Friday, June 23. Additionally, there will be an in-person celebration on Monday, June 26.
The goal of the CTESPP is to provide 11th grade CTE students with a work-based learning experience matching their personal and professional aspirations. The program introduces students to a profession in their field of interest in a work environment, and enhances their ability to make an informed career choice and college program selection.
The CTESPP offers a unique work-based learning experience in the form of a four-week-long hybrid course of study that includes a combination of classroom and on-the-job learning experiences. The course includes: in-class instruction, a preceptorship and a research project culminating in a TED Talk format. Students will earn five high school credits for successful completion of the course.
The in-person high school classes will be held from 4-7pm at Vista del Lago High School on Tuesday, May 30, June 5, 12 and 19. Students are required to attend all four classes in-person and be available for the entire four-week program.
Juniors ONLY-Student applications are Due by December 11th
Transcript Request Information (Current and Alumni students)