WUHS Counseling Team
Our mission is to provide educational, personal, and career guidance for all students. We strive to meet the needs of all of our students. Wheatland High counselors focus on fostering a sense of social and academic empowerment, career development awareness, and responsible decision-making in our students. We look forward to working with you!
WUHS Counseling Office: (530) 633-3100
How can I make an appointment with my counselor?
To make an appointment with your counselor regarding anything, please come to the Student Support Center and make an appointment on the iPad. There will be someone to help assist if need be.
Can I change my schedule?
Schedule changes are only available during certain times of the year unless there are extenuating circumstances.
Schedule Change Request Form - Click Here
Am I on track for graduation?
Graduation requirements can be viewed by Clicking Here.
If you have any other questions, please make an appointment with your counselor.
How do I get into the college I want?
Each college may have its own requirements so going to the specific college website is important. You can also access some general College Planning Information by Clicking Here.
Can I take college classes while still in high school?
For information on the ways to get college credit while still in high school, Click Here.
For information about our Early College Access "Pirates at SEA" program, Click Here.
How can I get scholarships for college?
All of our scholarship information can be found in a Google Doc by Clicking Here.
How can I get a copy of my transcript?
Unofficial transcripts can be requested from any counselor. For an Official Transcript, please complete THIS FORM and email it to our Registrar Mrs. Long at firstname.lastname@example.org or fax at 530-633-3109. You may also GO HERE and fill out our online request form or contact our registrar at 530-633-3100 x245 to request transcripts.
Who is my counselor?
Any staff person is able to look a student up to find out who their counselor is, you can also call the Academic Technician/Receptionist in the Counseling Center at 530-633-3100.
Who do I talk to about Collegiate Sport requirements in High School?
"Coach G" (Garrett White) is trained to assist student-athletes to navigate the system of requirements in high school to be eligible for playing collegiate sports. Come see Coach G in the CTE/C Center or Email him here to arrange for an appointment. Mr. Jorrin can also assist with this.