ACLC is fortunate to have a Counseling staff with a wide range of experience including academic, college and social-emotional counseling, a remarkable offering for a school our size.
Amanda joined ACLC as School Counselor in 2018. She holds a B.S. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology, and received a dual Master's degree in School Counseling and Marriage and Family Therapy from Saint Mary's College. She finds the role of School Counselor very rewarding and is excited to be working with learners, parents, facilitators and administrators in a school community that is committed to educational success. Before coming to ACLC, Amanda spent two years as an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist in the San Ramon Unified School District. Before that, she spent one year as a School Counseling intern at a high school in the San Ramon Unified School District. Amanda grew up in Overland Park, Kansas and now lives in San Ramon with her husband and son.
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See below for important college planning information for learners and families.
HIGH SCHOOL INFORMATION
Planning for College
Click here to help plan your high school years at ACLC for maximum success, and eligibility to be accepted to the college of your choice.
College Admissions Tests
To find out information on the SAT, ACT, or other tests, please click here!
Click here for info on taking college courses through the Peralta Community Colleges (College of Alameda, Laney College, Merritt College, Berkeley City College).
Click here for General Ed requirements and Degree Programs for Peralta Community Colleges.
Click here to discover UC/CSU eligibility and admission requirements, as well as other related links!
ACLC High School Graduation Requirements
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Honors courses are offered to high school Learners help to achieve eligibility or competitive eligibility for admission to the University of California and other top universities.
ACLC hosts courses, including:
• Honors Government (semester)
• Honors English 3/4
• Honors Biology
• Honors Physics
• Honors U.S. History
• Honors Pre Calculus
To sign up for a class, please see our School Counselor!
MIDDLE SCHOOL INFORMATION
Planning Ahead for the Road to College
Click here for details about how to plan your middle school years at ACLC for maximum success and eligibility to be accepted to the college of your choice.