6th Grade Counselor
Graduated from University of Houston (Interdisciplinary Science).
Master of Counseling – University of Houston [Clear Lake)
"People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel."
7th Grade Counselor
Bachelor's in Education Texas A&M University
Master's in School Counseling St. Thomas
Dedicated to serving students, building leaders, and making a difference in the lives of others.
8th Grade Counselor
Bachelor's in History from Trinity University
Master's in Counseling from University of Houston Clear Lake
Our counselors work with staff, students, parents and the community to provide developmental assistance to students. They are dedicated to promoting a positive school environment and improving the academic achievements of all students. Counselors help eliminate barriers to success by facilitating access to information, resources and support services appropriate to each student's needs.
Counselors assist students in planning, monitoring, and understanding their own educational and personal development. They play an important role in helping students explore academic options and transition from one grade level to the next.
They also provide individual and group counseling for students whose personal concerns or problems put their personal, social, career and/or educational development at risk.
For information about support services for students. click here.
A: If it is an address change, you must bring legal proof of the change to Ms. Ramos in the attendance office. All other information changes also go through Ms.Ramos.
Q: How do I check my students grades and attendance?
A: You must pick-up your Parent Portal password from the front office. The legal parent/guardian will then have 24 hour a day access to your students grades and attendance, including tardies.
Q. How does my student come see the counselor at school?
A: The counselors' office door is always open! Sometimes, the counselor may be busy with another student or parent, or in a meeting. If that is the case, please have your student sign up on the clipboard for their appropriate grade level. Their counselor will call them out of class as soon as possible. If it is an emergency and a counselor is not in the office, please go see the nurse.
Q: What does my student do if they need a schedule change?
A: During the first 2 weeks of school is the time period when most schedule changes occur. Your student should pick up a yellow schedule change form from the counselor's office, take it home to be signed by a parent or guardian, and drop it back off in the counselor's office. After 2 weeks, a schedule change is usually only made for emergency situations or a move from a PreAP class.