• 559-416-5909
  • torres@maderausd.org
  • 16645 Road 26 Madera, California 93638
"Home of the Toros"




Meet Our Counselors





Torres High School counselors are committed to ensuring your student has access to the best possible education. We will be working hard to help students reach their academic goals for college and career readiness when they graduate.
Contact your counselor via their e-mail address, listed below, or call (559) 416-5909
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Sara Bonilla
Head Counselor

12th Grade: M-Z
Engineering|Manufacturing Pathway
Office Location: A Building
(559) 416-5909
sarabonilla@maderausd.org

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Anayanci Garcia
School Psychologist

Office Location: Building A
(559) 416-5909
anayancigarcia@maderausd.org



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Leticia Espinoza
Counselor

11th Grade: SI-Z
Engineering/Manufacturing Pathway
Office Location: H Building
(559) 416-5909
leticiaespinoza@maderausd.org

 

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Marisol Iniguez
Counselor

9th Grade: A-DE 
11th Grade: A-LE
Office Location: H Building
(559) 416-5909
marisoliniguez@maderausd.org

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Stephanie Martin
Counselor

9th Grade: DI-HE
11th Grade: HI-SA 
Office Location: H Building
(559) 416-5909
stephaniemmartin@maderausd.org

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Tania Mitchum
Counselor

9th Grade: O-Z
10th Grade: RO-Z
Office Location: A Building
(559) 416-5909
taniamitchum@maderausd.org

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Janette Oregel
Counselor

9th Grade: H-Me
11th Grade: A-L
Office Location: Building A
(559) 416-5909
janetteoregel@maderausd.org

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Edith Verhalen
Counselor

9th Grade: I-N
10th Grade: A-LE
Office Location: A Building
(559) 416-5909
edithverhalen@maderausd.org

 

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College Credit Opportunities





Advanced Placement

AP classes offer a challenging and stimulating educational experience for college bound students. When compared to other high school courses, AP classes often take more time, require more work, and give greater opportunity for individual growth and accomplishment. In May, AP exams are taken and scored on a 5-point scale. Most major colleges and universities recognize scores of 3, 4, or 5 for college credit. The amount of credit varies by institution. Students needing special accommodations must notify their teacher and the AP Coordinator upon enrollment in the course.

Why Take AP?
Dual Enrollment Madera Center

In the spring students enrolled in Medical Terminology will have the opportunity to take OT 10 and earn 3 college credits and 10 high school elective credits.





College & Career Readiness





California Colleges

CaliforniaColleges.edu provides students with an all-inclusive guide for their college & career paths & enables educators to track their progress.

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GPA Calculator





How to Calculate your GPA

To graduate from high school, students must maintain a minimum overall graduation grade point average or gpa of 2.0. To figure out a current semester GPA, assign the correct points to each grade. For example, if you received an “A” in a class, it equals 4 points, “B” equals 3 points, “C” equals 2 points, “D” equals 1 and “F” equals 0. Add the total grade points earned in all of the classes together, and divide by the total number of classes to get your GPA.

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A = 41st PeriodA = 4
B = 32nd PeriodB = 3
C = 23rd PeriodA = 4
D = 14th PeriodC = 2
F = 05th PeriodD = 1
6th PeriodA = 4
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18 divided by 6 = 3.0 GPA





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Health & Wellness





Recursos socioemocionales
RESOURCES FOR STUDENTS DURING SCHOOL CLOSURE

Our Counselors, School Psychologists, Clinicians, and BCBA are in the process of collecting and curating social-emotional resources to support our students and families during the school closure.





National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)





Student-athletes and parents interested in NCAA Division I and Division II requirements, see the NCAA Website. It is recommended you start preparing for NCAA qualifications when you are a freshman as certain academic requirements need to be met to qualify.

Contact your students athletic coach and/or their counselor for more information.




Registration Information





New Students

Any student that needs to enroll in MatildaTorres High School needs to complete the online registration process by clicking here.  If you need assistance in completing the online registration process you can visit one of the parent resource centers or come to the front office at Matilda Torres High School.  Once the online registration process is complete and the required documents have been received you will be scheduled for an appointment with a counselor to enroll.





California State Seal of Biliteracy





The website contains information about the California State Seal of Biliteracy program and its requirements for students. The State Seal of Biliteracy, marked by a gold seal on the diploma or transcript, recognizes high school students who have attained a high level of proficiency in speaking, reading, and writing one or more languages in addition to English. Here are examples of how a student can attain the Seal of Biliteracy.





Testing





PSAT

Madera Unified 9th and 10th grade students are scheduled to take the PSAT, and all 11th grade students are scheduled to take the SAT 2021-22 school year.  More information will be provided in Fall 2021.

The new PSAT/NMSQT includes a Reading Test, Writing and Language Test, and a Math Test. Test booklets and scored answer documents will be returned to students once received and an email will be sent out with information on how to review and interpret results.

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