There are times we all need extra support or resources. The Mental Health Resource Information link below helps access Oregon Health Plan, mental health providers, and Washington County resources. The Washington County Resource link list is a comprehensive resources and referral list for Washington County. You can also access support by calling 211.
If you hear about a student struggling please contact your child's counselor or the struggling student's counselor.
In times of an emergency call 911
If a student is struggling in class(s), the first step is for the student to talk with the teacher. It may also be helpful for your student to set up an appointment as needed. Counselors can also help set up meetings.
Access Tutorial (Per 8) - Access Tutorial (A.T.) is designed to support students by allowing students the opportunity to access a variety of academic help during 8th period. Students are assigned to a teacher who takes attendance. After the first 15 minutes of 8th period, students may check out of their classroom to see one of their teachers, go to the library, check into a computer lab, go to peer tutoring, etc. Access tutorial is a school wide study hall with academic support. We hope your child takes advantage of this opportunity.
District Approved Tutor List
Peer Tutors - Tutoring by National Honor Society students during 8th period.
Credit Recovery Options- Speak with your counselor prior to registering for credit recovery courses
Welcome to Sunset High School! We are glad to have you join us. If you are ready to enroll at Sunset, you will need to complete the New Student Paperwork and bring in proof of your new address. This can all be done in the counseling office with the assistance of our registrar.
Our Counselors will make appointments with you to schedule new classes. Please feel free to take a look at our Program Planning Guide to get an idea of the classes Sunset Offers.
Counseling Office Mission Statement
Sunset’s Counseling Department works with students and families and is committed to educating the whole person in their academic development, college and career readiness, personal/social support and community engagement. We support students to fully engage in the high school experience, to select from a wide variety of post-high school options and to become life-long learners.