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WELCOME CLASS OF 2022!

Don't forget to make an appointment to meet your counselor, if you haven't already done so! We are here to guide you in your high school experience.


WEBGRANTS FOR STUDENTS (CAL GRANT STATUS)
The California Student Aid Commission has created WebGrants 4 Students (WGS) just for you, the student. The goal is to provide you with the resources, information and tools needed to assist you with the college financial aid process. WGS will allow you to manage your Cal Grant and/or Chafee account(s) online by letting you view updates, make school changes, make address changes, make corrections, and post leave of absence requests. It is important for you to understand that your WGS account does not replace your School or FAFSA accounts. Each account must be monitored and managed independently.

IF YOU RECENTLY SUBMITTED YOUR FAFSA, PLEASE ALLOW UP TO TWO WEEKS FOR YOUR WGS ACCOUNT TO BE UPDATED. ONCE AWARDED YOU ARE ADVISED TO VERIFY AND UPDATE YOUR SCHOOL OF ATTENDANCE, BY LOGGING INTO WGS. IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS REGARDING FINANCIAL AID DISBURSEMENT VISIT YOUR SCHOOLS FINANCIAL AID OFFICE.

What deadlines should I mark on my calendar?

March 2: The most important deadline for Cal Grants is March 2. Be sure you submit your FAFSA and your verified Cal Grant GPA by the March 2 Cal Grant application deadline.

September 2: If you’ll be attending a California Community College in the fall and missed the March 2 deadline, you have a second deadline of September 2. There are only a limited number of awards available for those who apply in the fall, so try to meet the March 2 deadline.

Keep in mind that your college may have earlier deadlines for its financial aid programs, so be sure to check with each college you’re considering. Also, deadlines for private scholarships may be earlier in the year.
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SERVICES PROVIDED TO STUDENTS

Freshman Year- Counselors meet with students and parents to review graduation requirements, college admission, extracurricular activities and programs available to students. During the meeting, a Four-Year Plan is develop.

Sophomore Year- Class presentations and SAT, ACT information. Review graduation requirements and college admission requirements.

Junior Year- Presentations regarding graduation requirements and deadlines. Career and College information is discussed. Campus tours of various community colleges and 4 year universities. 

Senior Year- Presentations regarding scholarships and financial aid information. Counselors help students apply for scholarships. Guidance hosts various college application seminars to help students apply for college. FAFSA presentantions and meetings with parents to help complete applications. 


How do Students Benefit from a School Counseling Program?
The primary task of counselors is to help all students achieve academic success and post high school goals by providing a comprehensive school counseling program that meets their academic, career, and social emotional development needs.

Counselors are dedicated to serve the well-being and success of every student at our campus.

This is accomplished by providing:
  • guidance curriculum
  • individual planning
  • responsive services
  • system support

Our number one goal is to have all BHS graduates be college and career ready!

Office Hours:
Mon-Friday 7:30AM to 4:00PM
Office Number:
626-931-2806