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Coronado High School Guidance

The Coronado High School Guidance Office is open from 7:00 am to 3:00 pm Monday through Friday. Students are always welcome to drop by before or after school, or during their lunch period to speak with their counselor. They may also sign up in the Guidance Office to meet with their counselor during the school day.

Parents and guardians who would like to schedule an appointment time should contact their counselor or the office via email or by phone at 480-484-6823 to schedule an appointment.

Throughout the course of the school year, counselors conduct informational meetings and/or workshops for parents at each grade level to assist families in navigating the student's academic year. Parents are encouraged to attend these meetings. In addition, counselors will meet with all students to aid them in the planning of their high school career and post -secondary planning and opportunities. As a team, we feel that it is very important that students begin advocating for themselves in high school. We ask that parents and guardians support their students by encouraging them to make the initial contact with their counselor.

The role of the counselor is to help you get the information you need to make important decisions in a stress free fashion. This site was developed as a resource for you, with links to information on college and career planning, deadlines and time lines, and tips on being successful during and after high school. We hope that you will find it useful and in a format that is easy to read and apply.


All registrations are completed online via the following websites:

There is a fee to take either test as well as registration deadlines:

  • All information is available on the websites
  • Scores to colleges are send directly from SAT or ACT
  • You may request your scores be sent to a maximum of 4 colleges when you register 
  • (included in registration fee);
  • There will be a charge for scores sent to any additional schools

This test is not offered at Coronado – please check the ACT website to find schools offering the test for the date you are interested in and for registration deadlines and late fee dates. 

Struggling in Classes?
Tutoring is available before and after school and is also open at lunch time for certain subjects. For more information please visit your school counselor.

Student Grade Access

Students' grades, assignments, course history, and attendance information are accessed through an online system, called StudentVue. Username is student I.D. number, and password is student date of birth MMDDYYYY.

Tutoring & Academic Help Resources

Free after school tutoring and homework help is offered daily in teachers' classrooms. Teachers may also offer before school or lunch tutoring. Students should check teachers' posted schedule for time availability.

The Library Media Center is open to students for quiet study, technology use, and book checkout, at the following times:

  • Before school - 7:00-7:30am, Monday-Friday
  • Lunch
  • After school - 2:20-4:00, Monday-Thursday; 2:20-3:30 Fridays

Khan Academy-Online lessons on topics as varied as Quadratic Equations to Haitian History. Hundreds of math problems are clarified with online videos.

ECAP - Education & Career Action Plan

Naviance is an online portfolio system adopted by SUSD for students to complete their Educational Career Action Plan (ECAP). Students can enter the courses they are taking in Naviance under “Course Planner”; take a career inventory at “Career Interest Profiler” and investigate colleges in “College Search”. Review and take sample exams for SAT/ACT exams with the "Prep Me" review program. Log on today (student number and birthdate) and give it a try! The Family Connection link to Naviance provides students and parents a means to plan for students’ career, college and academic goals. The sign on is the student's ID number and password is their 8 digit birthdate.

Naviance Login:

Additional college and career resources:
AzCIS-Arizona Career Information System: Students can utilize the AzCIS system to create an electronic portfolio for a their Educational Career Action Plan (ECAP)
Me3: Explore your interests, your options, your future by taking the me3 major and career quiz at


Earn College Credits while in High School

AP - Advanced Placement Testing Information and Practice

Accuplacer is used for community college placement decisions. Students can take the Accuplacer at the Testing Center at SCC. Students enrolling in Dual Enrollment coursework must qualify based on the results of their Accuplacer exam. To register for the Accuplacer, visit

College Application & Information Links

College Search
University Tour Videos
College Depot

Information on colleges participating in the Western Undergraduate Exchange program. Students who are residents of WICHE states are eligible to request a reduced tuition rate at participating two- and four-year college programs outside of their home state.

To apply to an out of state college, students follow the same process of sending an online application, official transcript and official test scores to the schools. For colleges that use the Common Application forms, go to

AzTransfer -
NAU - Northern Arizona University
UA - The University of Arizona
ASU - Arizona State University
GCU - Grand Canyon University
SCC - For information for all of the community colleges in Maricopa County including Scottsdale Community College
MAPP - Program at SCC that guarantees transfer credits and admission to ASU degree programs as well as tuition limits

College Entrance Exam Information

Test Scores: You must send your official test scores to the school(s) to which you are applying, if you did not do this when you originally registered for the test.

PSAT - Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test
NMSQT - National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Assessment Test
ACT Testing Information and Practice, or to send your test scores, visit
SAT Testing Information and Practice, visit To send your test scores, visit
CLEP - College Level Examination Program, visit

College Athletics Information

Information on current NCAA requirements for college athletic participation, visit

Career Exploration

Occupational Outlook Handbook - Find career information on duties, education and training, pay, and outlook for hundreds of occupations

ASVAB Testing Information

Community, Social & Behavioral Resources

Arizona 2-1-1 Community Information and Referral Services
Teen Lifeline or call (602) 248-TEEN
Free/Reduced Lunch Application
Scottsdale Public Library

Guidance Information

Counselors are available for appointments during the school day.

If you would like to make an appointment with your student's counselor, please contact our Guidance Coordinator at 480-484-6823.

Anna Huerta

Robert Liebman

Julie Stephan


Intervention Specialist 
Joyce Sawyer

Social Worker 
Mandy Turner


School Psychologist 
Kristen Robaina


College and Career Center
Siena Moreno



Transcript Requests



Helpful Links

ASU Application
GCU Application
NAU Application
U of A Application
Common Application

To apply to SCC, GateWay CC, Mesa CC, or Phoenix College, click here.

If you have already started an application for any community college listed above, click here to continue.

EVIT Adult Program - ask for a paper application from your teacher.

Additional ECAP Tasks:
Raise Me

Additional Links
Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE)

Test Prep: