Welcome to the Shorecrest Counseling CenterMain Number 206-393-4296
Fax Number 206-393-6980
CEEB Code 481163
Counselors are available to discuss academic achievement, college preparation, post secondary options, and social/emotional support. Students or families should schedule an appointment by emailing email@example.com, (Counseling Secretary) or by calling (206) 393-4296. Students can also stop by the Counseling Office before school, lunch, between classes or after school to schedule appointments.Request an appointment online here. You will be scheduled for an appointment in 2-3 days.
Schedule change requests began Fri., Sept. 6. Change request forms are due to the Counseling Office by Thurs., 9/12.Check out the Announcements link for up to date information about Homework Club, parent events and more.
Please note that counselors are normally available on school days from 7:30am-3:30pm; voicemail and email is not being monitored during off hours. If you are trying to reach a counselor after hours or during holiday breaks, expect a return phone call or email during regular school hours. If a crisis occurs during off hours and/or you have immediate concerns about a student’s safety, here are resources to turn to:*911*Local Emergency Room*Suicide Prevention Line – 1-800-273-8255*Crisis Line – 1-800-621-4636 or 206-461-3200*Teen Link - a teen-answered help line, each evening between 6 -10 pm - 1-866-833-6546Counselors Grade Level/Last Name Email Address Ext.
Jill Brown 9-12/ A-FOR firstname.lastname@example.org 4300
Ben Chertok 9-12/ FOS-KLEM + ELL Students A-J email@example.com 4307
Sara McManus 9-12/ KLEW-MILH + ELL Students K-Z firstname.lastname@example.org 4283
Jenny Breed 9-12/ MILL-ROT + AVID 9/10 email@example.com 4318
Wendy Friedman 9-12/ ROW-Z + AVID 11/12 firstname.lastname@example.org 4299
email@example.comShoreline School District is committed to providing a learning community that engages all students regardless of financial barriers. If you need financial assistance to access any district programs, please contact your school's family advocate (elementary) or your student’s counselor (secondary).