Your CSArts-SGV School Counselor is happy to work with you anytime you have questions or concerns about your academics, college/career goals, or your personal/social/emotional development.


School Counseling Walk-In Times & Appointment Times

Before School (7:30 AM - 8:15 AM)

Break (9:50 AM - 10:00 AM)

Lunchtime (11:35 AM - 12:15 PM)

Office Hours (1:55 PM - 2:20 PM)

Appointments scheduled throughout the day (7:30AM - 3:30PM)


Please contact your CSArts-SGV School Counselor anytime to make an appointment or ask a question!

Head School Counselor, Mindy Shiroma: 9th-11th Graders (A - G) & 12th Graders (A - K)

School Counselor, Emily Amsler: 9th - 11th Graders (H - O)

School Counselor, Vicky Hsu: 9th-11th Graders (P - Z) & 12th Graders (L - Z) 

School Counseling Mission Statement

By following the American School Counseling Association (ASCA) National Model, the CSArts-SGV Comprehensive School Counseling Program fosters a healthy school culture and environment that nurtures and inspires all students to achieve their highest individual potential both academically and artistically. 

The CSArts-SGV School Counselors collaborate with other educational leaders, parents/guardians, and community members to advocate for equitable access to a rigorous education, in order to prepare all students to graduate College & Career Ready. CSArts-SGV School Counselors collect and analyze data to create a high standard of achievement that promotes creative problem-solving, responsible lifelong learning, and multicultural appreciation.

School Counseling Program Vision Statement

As both academically and artistically high-achieving learners and performers, CSArts-SGV students graduate college and career ready, well-prepared to meet the challenges of a global, multicultural 21st century workforce. CSArts-SGV students have the confidence to advocate for themselves, make healthy life decisions, and maintain a passion for lifelong learning. All CSArts-SGV students become productive citizens who achieve their fullest potential — academically, occupationally, personally, socially, and emotionally — making a lasting positive impact on our school, the greater community and society.