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In order to meet entrance requirements for the UC and CSU systems as well as most other colleges/universities students must take the SAT and/or the ACT. These tests are used by colleges and universities to determine/predict whether or not a student will be successful in college. They are used to determine eligibility for entrance into each college/university. Although these tests are not the only factor in the admissions process, they are a necessary requirement for all students who apply to a four year college/university.

Paper applications and registration materials are available in the PHS Counseling Office. Students can also register on-line for the SAT @ and for the ACT @ Please see your PHS counselor if you have questions about the SAT/ACT.

**Students applying to a UC Campus must take either the SAT/ACT AND the SAT II (subject tests)**
**Students should check with each college/university in which they plan to apply for testing requirements**

The links below will provide you with the information you need to take and register for the SAT/ACT.


Counseling Staff


Contact Julissa Aguilar  Julissa Aguilar Counselor (Sb-Z)
Contact Teri Alves  Teri Alves Typist Clerk (Records/Counseling)
Contact Jennifer Cornell  Jennifer Cornell Counselor (A-C)
Contact Sabrina Eshaghi  Sabrina Eshaghi Counselor (D-H)
Contact Kristie Frank  Kristie Frank Counselor (I-M)
Contact Jamie Nascimento  Jamie Nascimento Secretary III (Counseling)
Contact Phil Sanchez  Phil Sanchez Counselor (N-Sa)
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24 Hour  Hotlines

Abuse Hotline (800)799-7233

Adult Protective Services (APS) (209)558-2637 24-hour line (800)336-4316

Child Abuse or Domestic Violence (800)799-7233

Child Protective Services (CPS) (209)558-3665 24-Hour (800)558-3665

Crisis Line (209)577-5980 or (209)522-0331                                24-Hour Line (888)45HAVEN  Rape Crisis Line (209)527-5558  24-Hour Crisis Line Human Services (209)526-5544

Suicide Hope Line (800)273-TALK (Operated by the American Association of Suicidology)

Stanislaus County 24-Hour Referral Line 2-1-1 (Info line for referral for specific needs such as: Food, clothing, shelter, counseling, and crisis services)

Stanislaus county 24Hour Crisis Intervention (209)558-4600

Peer Support – Warm Line @CERT (209)558-4600 


Central Valley Crisis and Suicide Prevention Hotline

Central Valley Crisis and Suicide Prevention Hotline can be reached at 1-888-506-5991. Trained and experienced counselors are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help you. The hotline is confidential and free.

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