Crescenta Valley High School

Crescenta Valley High School Counseling Department
Counseling Program Mission Statement
The mission of the Crescenta Valley High School counselors is to provide a comprehensive school-counseling program that attends to the personal/ social, academic, and career preparation/ college planning needs of all students. We aim to serve as advocates and visionary leaders to assist students in acquiring the skills to become lifelong learners and productive leaders in our society. This foundation will be supported by collaboration with educators, administrators, parents/ guardians, and community stakeholders. 
Counselors at Crescenta Valley High School abide by the professional school counseling ethics as advocated by the American School Counselor Association
The CVHS counselors' primary concern is our students; therefore, we have an open door policy for all students during Snack, Lunch, and after school. Parents wishing to meet with their student's counselor must contact the counselor by email or phone to schedule an appointment.
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Counselors & Support Staff

C-F, T, U & Z A, N-R & V
Mrs. Karen Bomar
(818)249-5871 x1231


 MH Ms. Mahtab Haghpanah
(818)249-5871 x1235
G, H, J & L I, K & S
Mrs. Janelle Evans
(818)249-5871 x1237
Dr. Anet Hairapetian
(818)249-5871 x1239
B, M, & W-Y Psychologist
Ms. Lois Sheridan 
(818)249-5871 x1229
Ms. Lea Howell
(818)249-5871 x1227
 Psychologist   (Mon. & Tues.)              
Mrs. Avanesian
Mrs. Hermine Avanesian
(818)249-5871 x1241
Ms. Roselle Cacal
(818)249-5871 x1203

Ms. Marine Sanosyan
(818)249-5871 x1233

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Last Modified on January 11, 2017