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Counselor’s Corner

Counselor’s Corner2024-06-07T10:22:23+00:00

Welcome to the BCHS Counseling Department

Boulder City High School’s counselors are here to help students navigate the complexities of high school: first day freshman jitters, difficult emotional events, academic and career plans, personal dilemmas, college admissions, etc. If you deal with it in high school, we are here to lend a hand.

Today’s school counselors are vital members of the education team. They help all students in the areas of academic achievement, career and social/emotional development, ensuring today’s students become the productive, well-adjusted adults of tomorrow. Please feel free to reach out to one of our counselors if you have questions or concerns about your student.

Our school counselors are available to talk with your child and/or provide support to parents during this time. The best way to contact your child’s counselor is by sending a message through their respective Google Forms (listed below). All meetings at this time are held through Google Meet. The forms are monitored M-F from 7:30am to 2:30pm. If it is after hours or an emergency, please contact emergency personnel or use SAFEVOICE.

Suicide Prevention & Mental Health

If you or someone you know is considering suicide or self-harm, then please call 911, go to the nearest emergency room, or call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 or visit their website by clicking on the “CONTACT THE SUICIDE PREVENTION LIFELINE” button below.

For other mental health issues, please talk to your parent or guardian and reach out to your healthcare provider. There are many ways to get help online from home, with or without insurance. You can also text HOME to 741741 (Crisis Text Line) to text with a trained Crisis Counselor by clicking on the “GET HELP ON THE CRISIS TEXT LINE” button below.

To submit anonymous tips and reports, submit a SafeVoice at 1-833-216-SAFE or visit their website by clicking on the “SEND AN ANONYMOUS TIP ON SAFEVOICE NOW” button below.

Lastly, please click on the “SUICIDE PREVENTION INFORMATION” button to access an informative article on the risk factors and warning signs of suicide.

BCHS Counseling Team

  • Michelle Flores
    Counselor

  • Class of 2025, 2027, & 2029

  • Phone: (702) 799-8200 x4301

  • Fax: (702) 799-8208

Responsibilities: Graduation Requirements, Academic Concerns, Schedule Problems, Personal/Social Concerns, College Planning, ACT/SAT, Scholarship Info, ROTC/Military Academy, Planning and Financial Aid, etc.

  • Kimberly Cox
    Counselor

  • Class of 2024, 2026, & 2028

  • Phone: (702) 799-8200 x4302

  • Fax: (702) 799-8208

Responsibilities: Graduation Requirements, Academic Concerns, Schedule Problems, Personal/Social Concerns, College Planning, ACT/SAT, Scholarship Info, ROTC/Military Academy, Planning and Financial Aid, etc.

  • Barbara Agostini
    Registrar & Counseling Secretary

  • Phone: (702) 799-8200 x4065

  • Fax: (702) 799-8208

Responsibilities: Student Registration, Transcript Request (Current Students Only), Change of Address Requests. Guardianship Issues, Custody Changes, etc.

High School Diploma Requirements

It is the expectation that students at Boulder City High School will enroll in challenging curriculum and work toward graduating college and career ready. The attached document outlines diploma options for CCSD students.

Advanced Placement Courses

The typical flow for AP Courses in the 10th, 11th and 12th Grades are available by clicking the button below.

GPA’s & Levels of Academic Honors

GPA INFORMATION

Non Weighted
Add up all grades and divide by the number of classes taken.
A= 4 points, B= 3 points, C= 2 points, D=1 point, F=O points

Weighted
Honors courses carry an additional .025 weight (bonus points).
Advanced Placement courses carry an additional .05 weight.

GRADUATING WITH HONORS DISTINCTION

Based on the 7th semester standing
3.50 – 3.85 GPA = graduating with honors
3.86 and up = graduating with high honors

GRADUATING VALEDICTORIAN

Beginning with the Cohort of 2024, the maximum weighted GPA that can be earned is 4.950.

Testing Information

Family Resources

The Clark County School District recognizes that family engagement is essential foracademic achievement. When parents and families support their children’s education, the attitudes, behaviors, and achievement of students are positively enhanced.

Parents and families provide the primary educational environment for children; consequently, families are vital and necessary partners with educational communities to prepare students for lifelong learning. Please click the button below to access family resources provided by CCSD to develop and promote strategies that enhance family engagement and reflect the needs of students, parents, and families.

Transcript Requests

Official transcripts for CURRENT students are available directly from the Boulder City High School Registrar.

Clark County School District’s Student Record Services Department maintains the archiving of educational records for former Clark County School District students. CCSD is now offering a convenient and secure website for former students, K-12 Districts, attorneys and corporations to request transcripts, student records, immunizations, and graduation verifications online.

Please select the appropriate button below to request an official transcript.

CURRENT STUDENTS

Transcripts for CURRENT students may be obtained through the Boulder City High School Registrar by clicking the button below.

FORMER STUDENTS

Transcripts for FORMER  students may be obtained through CCSD’s Student Record Services Department by clicking the button below.

Post-Secondary Planning

The Counseling Department has provided the below helpful links for post-secondary planning.  Additional information about the many opportunities available after graduation from high school are available on the College & Career Center page, accessible by clicking the button below.

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