About the Counseling Department
The Counseling Departments of the Azusa Unified School District will provide all students with a planned and sequential school counseling program that will support the development of academic, interpersonal, and communications skills in order to achieve success in school, live productive and rewarding lives, and develop into contributing members of society.
A counselor serves as a resource for information about preparing for college, career guidance, work experience and how to succeed at high school. Counselors are available each school day from 8 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Counselors and students are paired according to the students' last names:
A-Le - Ms. Calderon
Li-Z - Ms. de Leon
If you would like to meet with your student's counselor, please call to make an appointment at 626-815-3611. Please be advised: If you do not make an appointment, we will do our best to see you in a timely manner.
Para hacer una cita en español, llame al numero (626) 815-3634.
To check on your student's grades, assignments, attendance, and email teachers please utilize our web-based program, Aeries. For issues related to forgotten username or password, if you have been disabled from your account, or have other questions, please contact Miss Madden, in the Career Center.
Transcripts and other records may be requested by mail or in-person (not by phone) at the district office, Monday – Friday, from 7:30 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. Proof of ID must accompany all requests.Processing fees: $2.00 per Transcript, $5.00 per Individual Education Plan (IEP), and $15.00 per Cumulative Record copy (currently enrolled students only). Only cash or money orders payable to Azusa Unified School District will be accepted. The Records Department does not accept personal checks, debit, or credit cards.To request records by mail, please complete the Records Request Form linked below and send the form, copy of I.D., and your payment to:Azusa Unified School DistrictRecords Department546 S. Citrus Ave.Azusa, CA 91702All requests will be processed within 3-5 business days. Records may be picked up at the district office, or faxed or mailed to the requesting party.Questions? Please call the Records Department at 626-858-6198.