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Student Support


High School Wellness Centers 

High School Wellness Centers are a powerful investment for our schools and local communities. They empower our students to promote and manage their own social, emotional, and physical health while striving to support all areas of their lives that may impact their academic potential. Our 11 High School Wellness Centers are student driven and they provide access to trusted adults, local community resources and services such as counseling, community engagement, empowerment workshops, case management and peer-to-peer support. Our Centers also support school staff by providing tools to further understand and motivate students to thrive in the classroom and beyond. 

Our High School Wellness Centers provide free, confidential services while connecting students, families and staff to vital community resources. The vision is to provide a range of resources to support students and families in meeting the challenges of adolescence through prevention, early-intervention and education, in a safe and convenient place –at school. 


The Wellness Centers safe and inclusive practices support the academic potential of students  through the promotion of social, emotional, and physical well-being. The Centers provide, (but not limited to) the following interventions and supportive services: 


● Short Term Counseling Services (Individual/Group) 

● Social Service Needs Assessments/Linkages 

● Empowerment/Educational Workshops 

● Peer Mentorship/Counseling 

● Parent Support Groups 

● Student and Family Advocacy & Case Management 

● Special Interest Activities (Art, Mindfulness, Yoga) 

● Basic Needs Closet (Snacks/Toiletries/School Supplies) 

● Community Resources 

● Classroom/Staff Presentations 


Our High School Wellness Centers are located at:  

  • Browning  
  • Cabrillo  
  • CAMS 
  • Lakewood  
  • Jordan 
  • McBride 
  • Millikan  
  • Poly  
  • Renaissance  
  • SATO 
  • Wilson 



Tutoring Sign Up

The Rebel Center

Room 1008


Student Support Team Members
  Shantel Brodhead College and Career Specialist
  Maria Hoppe Intermediate Office Assistant
  Maria Madrigal School Support Secretary

Student Support Program (SSP)

Every CAMS student has access to the Student Support Program (SSP). The SSP assesses students’ needs in three developmental areas or domains (academic, career/college, and personal/social) and then works to address these needs.

  • Academic achievement refers to progress towards educational goals, as determined by data such as report cards, grade point averages, and standardized test scores (CAHSEE, PSAT, AP exams).
  • Career/College includes the necessary skills and attitudes for successful transition from high school to post-secondary education and employment.
  • Personal/social centers on maximizing each student’s individual growth and social maturity in the areas of personal management and social interaction.