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12th Grade Counselor - Ms. Iraheta

Welcome Back Class of 2024!

Ms. Iraheta

Ms. Iraheta


Hello my wonderful seniors!

I cannot believe that your graduation is just around the corner. 12th grade year is so exciting, especially when you attend all the senior events, earn scholarships, apply to colleges, and so much more. I love helping my students succeed in school. Please reach out if you need to talk to me. Maybe you are not happy with your grades? Perhaps you feel stuck or stressed out? I am here to help you manage any challenge. I cannot wait for us to work together and help you meet your goals and plan for your future. 

If you would like to schedule a meeting, book an appointment on the "You Can Book Me" calendar below. If you would like a Zoom or a call back, please email me, so I can take care of your request. NOTE: Counselors are on summer break and will open their appointment calendar on August 1st. 

Students, if you are not enrolled in my Google Classroom Class of 2024 (maybe you are unenrolled or are new to the school), email me so I can add you.

Email Tips

  • Check your student GUSD email at least once a day
  • Use your personal email (Gmail, icloud, Yahoo, etc.) for colleges, scholarships, employment, programs, etc. 
  • Note: Your GUSD email only works to email teachers and staff on the GUSD network. Also, you will not have access to your Gmail student account email after graduation. It will be deleted. 
  • Do not write the content of the email in the "subject" area.
  • Say Hello / Good morning. Use a greeting, 
  • Write your message and enter it in the space provided, after the "subject area."
  • End with a Thank you, Sincerely, All the Best, etc.

About Me

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I'm a proud mom of 2 great guys! My oldest saves lives along with other brave emergency responders. He graduated from GHS, went to college & entered the workforce. My youngest graduated from Granada Hills Charter HS and UCLA School of Engineering. Both attended GUSD schools and have fond memories of Cerritos & Roosevelt. As a GUSD employee and parent during those years, I was very happy to be part of the school community.

My career at GUSD began over 28 years ago as an ed assistant at Cerritos. Soon, I became a teacher and loved all my students and families. I still keep in touch with many of them! My first role as a school counselor began at Hoover after being an intern in the counseling department. I have also worked at GHS and Roosevelt. I have a B.A. from Cal State LA, an M.S. in School Counseling from National University, an M.A. in Educational Administration from CSUN as well as my teaching and PPS credentials.

I love partnering and building relationships with students, families, teachers, and staff to help our students achieve their academic, career, social, emotional, and personal goals. My mantra is to say "YES" to more happy moments while helping teenagers along their way. In my spare time, I love hanging out with my family & taking care of Lola, our adorable and playful Labrador.


Senior Corner

  • Discover Your Purpose to Identify Your College & Career Path
    Discover Your Purpose to Identify Your College & Career Path
    Discover your life and career purpose by using motivational and inspirational tools to help you plan your courses and post high school plans. All GUSD students have a FREE account so start today.

  •  Free Public Library Online TutoringFree Public Library Online Tutoring
    Homework Help Interact with live tutors in math, science, reading/writing, social studies, PSAT/SAT, ACT, AP and state standardized tests.

  • Join a Club Hoover Clubs List Link
    Join a club and get involved. If you don't see a club that you like, start your own. Email the respective club advisor if you have any questions.

  •  Ms. Iraheta's "You Can Book Me" Appointment QR code & Link
    Ms. Iraheta's "You Can Book Me" Appointment QR code & Link

    Students book a time that works for you. If your parents/guardians are booking the meeting, make sure you are available to join us. When school is in session, students must book a meeting during snack, lunch, or after school if they are not with their parents/guardians to ensure you are in class. If the matter cannot wait, you may also ask your teacher if it's okay to go to the counseling office with a pass.

  • Career Technical Education (CTE) LinkCareer Technical Education (CTE) Link
    Visit the CTE site and learn more about Hoover's pathway classes including culinary, digital arts, photography, auto, studio arts, ceramics, PSA, Careers in Education, and Stage Technician. You may also enroll in an after-school CTE class including water safety and more at

  •  GUSD College & Career Division LinkGUSD College & Career Division Link
    College and Career Ready means graduating from high school with an educational objective or career path aligned to personal goals, with the knowledge and skill-set to pursue them. Explore Community Colleges, Universities, Trade Schools and Apprenticeships or explore career opportunities available to you while discovering your interests and future academic or career

  •  Glendale College Classes for High School Students LinkGlendale College Classes for High School Students Link
    Jump Start (GCC campus) and Dual Enrollment ( Hoover Campus) Classes allows you to take college classes while in high school. Jumpstart gives your college credit. Dual Enrollment gives you high school and college credit.

Student Help and Crisis Information:


Suicide and Crisis Lifeline (24 hours): Call or Text 988 or

Additional Resources:
Didi Hirsch in Glendale (M-F - 8:30am - 5:30pm PST): 888-807-7250
Trevor Project, LGBTQ Crisis Help (24 hours): 866-4-U-TREVOR
Teen Line Phone Line (6pm - 10pm PST - Daily): 310-855-4673
Teen Line Text and Chat: -

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