Welcome Back, Huskies! We are so excited to be your counselors this school year and to get to know each of you. If you have a concern, please don't hesitate to let us know. Students can visit their counselors before school, during lunch, or after school.   

Note for parents:

If you wish to speak with your student's counselor, please be sure to contact your child’s counselor via email so that counselors can make an appointment.

Watch Our Video on How to Cope with Stress During COVID-19 (Parent Presentation)


We Believe...

  • In meeting the needs of the whole child.
  • All students should have equal access and opportunity.
  • In providing critical support by connecting students to resources within and outside of the school system.
  • All students contribute to the diversity of the school community and have the right to be treated with dignity and respect.
  • All students can achieve.
  • In nurturing resilience.
  • In advocating for our students’ unique developmental needs.
  • Every student should feel a sense of belonging and connectedness to their school.
  • In collaborating and partnering with students, parents, teachers, administrators and the community

Incoming 7th Grade Parent Meeting

Incoming 8th Grade Parent Meeting

Incoming 9th Grade Parent Meeting

Lizette Torres

 Ms. Torres

7th grade students last name M-Z and all 8th grade students
[email protected]

Jackie Orozco

Ms. Orozco
7th grade students last name A-L and all 9th grade students
[email protected]

DJUSD 2023-24 Junior High Course Catalog

See our current catalog for the 2022-2023 School Year:
2023-24 Junior High Catalog in English
2023-24 Junior High Catalog in Spanish


DJUSD Board policy allows up to ten credits for courses from other accredited institutions on the DJUSD transcript with notation of where the course was taken. This could be a one semester college course, for example, or two semesters of high school level courses. A notation of P will be made if the course has been preapproved as college prep by UC/CSU for "a-g" credit. The policy went into effect June 15, 2012, without regard for any previous non-DJUSD courses taken. All non-DJUSD courses must be completed by the end of fall semester of the senior year

UC/CSU Approved A-G Courses:

Select names of approved online providers you are interested in here.

Then go to:

Enter the name of the online school and then review the list of "a-g" approved courses.

Note: UC/CSU will not accept any online course in the area of visual and performing arts (VPA) or laboratory science, unless science courses require an on-site wet lab component.

Final Exam Proctor: DJUSD teachers do not proctor final exams for online courses.