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NHHS Counseling Department

Counselor Office Hours

1. Counselors are available to students on a drop in basis during “Office Hours”

  • Before school (7:30am-7:50am)
  • During Break
  • During Lunch
  • After School
  • By Appointment

2. If your counselor is unavailable during office hours:

  • See Mrs. Mack for a "Student Request to See Counselor" form.
  • Leave the completed request form with Mrs. Mack.
  • You will receive a call slip when your counselor is available.

3. Parents interested in meeting with their student's counselor must make an appointment. Contact the counselor directly to schedule a meeting.

Keep up with counseling

Follow the Counseling Office on Twitter and Instagram @NHHSCounseling

Frequently Asked Questions

3 Reasons to See Your Counselor


Schedule changes and course adjustments, transcript review, graduation status, college planning; also includes study skills.


Decision making, goal setting, problem solving and non-academic concerns or conflicts with others (friends, family, teachers); also includes Integrity, Honoring Self and Others and Social Responsibility.


Interest in the world of work, personal interests and abilities; also includes paths to achieve future goals.

Suicide Prevention, Intervention and Postvention

Counseling Links

2019 - 2020 Master Schedule

The 2019 - 2020 Master Schedule will be available in September

     Senior College Packet

Click here to download the 2019-2020 Senior College Packet 

Senior Packet Student Survey (Fillable Form)

Senior Packet Parent Survey (Fillable Form)

Deadlines to submit your packet to your Counselor:

Early September: Early Decision, Early Action, or Restrictive Early Action

October: Regular Decision Applications with a deadline of Dec. 1 - Jan. 15

Early December: Regular Decision and Rolling Admission Applications with deadlines after Jan. 15

Newport Harbor High School 2018-19 Educational Planning Guide

NHHS 2018-2019 Educational Planning Guide-English Version

Newport Harbor High School is a rich, diverse mosaic of students who come here with many talents and aspirations. Our goal as a school is to maximize the high school experience in which each young man and woman can flourish.

Our diverse programs and pathways are designed to meet each student’s needs, talents and abilities. Navigating the many programs and pathways can be daunting, and knowing what opportunities reside here at NHHS and beyond is an education in itself. 

This student-parent planning guide is intended to provide information about the many programs we offer at NHHS, and the many opportunities that are beyond our walls after high school. The intent of this guide is so that your family can make the best decisions for your child in the 2016-2017 school year in order for them to succeed far beyond our imaginations this year and for many years to come. 

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