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Royal High School counselors assist students in the areas of academic achievement, personal/social development and career development. This includes working with students to develop four-year plans to meet graduation requirements and to explore and prepare for the wide range of post-high school options. Students are assigned to a counselor by the first letter of their last name for all grades 9 through 12.

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Credit Recovery

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The Simi Institute for Careers and Education (formerly known as Simi Valley Adult School) provides an opportunity for juniors and  seniors to take free classes for credit recovery. Registration for the fall semester begins on August 28 for seniors and on August 29 for juniors.  Applications will be accepted until classes are full. See your counselor for an application.


Fall session: Sept. 5 - Dec. 14    M.T,W,Th  1:30 - 6:30 


Click here for additional information.

2017-18 Registration for Current 8th Graders

Welcome Class of 2021!  

If you missed the registration presentation for our incoming 9th grade students and parents, you can view it here:

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The FAQ page may also answer any questions you may have.

College and Career Center

Visit the College and Career Center Webpage!

Find all the information you need about resources, college and career planning, upcoming events and more.

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Counseling Office hours:

7:30 - 4:00

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All students and parents are invitied to attend our counseling workshops.

Important dates for 2017-18:


Aug.  23    6:00 PM    Back to School Night

Aug.  31    5:00 PM    College Fair @ Simi Valley H.S.

Sept. 25    6:30 PM    College Information Night

Oct.     9    TBD          Financial Aid Night (district event)

Oct.   23    6:30 PM    College Application Night      

Jan.   23    6:30 PM     Open House 

Feb.  13    6:30 PM     Int'l Baccalaureate Night

Feb.  15    6:00 PM     Sinaloa Parent Night

Feb.  27    6:00 PM     Sinaloa Registration Night A-M

Mar.    1    6:00 PM     Sinaloa Registration Night N-Z

Mar.    6    6:00 PM     Hillside Registration Night 

April                            CAASPP Testing begins

April                            Moorpark College Preview Day

                                    (field trip for seniors)

May 4-15                     AP Exams

June 4      5:00 PM     RR CSI Diploma Seal Project

                                    Presentations @ RR Library

                      6:00 PM    Senior Awards Ceremony 

                                    @ RR Library

June 7      6:30 PM     Graduation          

What Seniors Need to Know

Are you unsure of your plans for after high school? Are you thinking about college but don't know how to get started with the application process? Would you like to know more about other post high ...more

Requests for Letters of Recommendation

If you need a letter of recommendation from a Royal HS staff member, please make your request at least two weeks prior to your deadline. If you need to meet December I or January I deadlines, Thanksgiving vacation and Winter Break dates need to be taken into consideration as staff members are often not available to work on your letter during those times. Be sure to complete the Letter of Recommendation survey on Naviance. 

Log In here: https://connection.naviance.com/family-connection/auth/login/?hsid=royalhigh

Your user name is your ten digit State Student ID number found at the bottom of your transcript.

Your password is your first name, with the first letter capitalized.

Everything you've ever wanted to know about college...

Click here to view an interesting presentation on college admission requirements, "A-G", the various college systems and more. 




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Family Connection/Naviance

Welcome to Family Connection - a comprehensive website that you can use to plan for college and a career. Family Connection is linked with Naviance, a service we use to track and analyze data about college and career plans. Family Connections also allows us to share information with you about meetings, events, local scholarship opportunities and other resources for college and career information.  You can also use this site to communicate with the counseling office.

On this site you can:

  • build a resume
  • manage timelines for making decisions about colleges and careers
  • merge the Common Application
  • request transcripts
  • request letters of recommendation

Log In here: https://connection.naviance.com/family-connection/auth/login/?hsid=royalhigh

Your user name is your ten digit State Student ID number found at the bottom of your transcript.

Your password is your first name, with the first letter capitalized.


Not all online courses meet the UC/CSU A-G requirements for college entrance.  To determine if a particular course is approved, go to the UC website to  view the online provider's approved A-G course list.  To do so, click on this link:


Quick Links

Junior and Senior SAT/ACT Registration

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College bound seniors should sign up to take the SAT or ACT (or both) by December. Students may take these tests more than once and most colleges will use the highest score for admissions purposes. Links to the websites for both tests are listed below. If you sign up now, you are more likely to be assigned to the local testing site you prefer. The SAT is given at RHS in May.  

Juniors are encouraged to take the PSAT in October and the SAT and/or ACT in April, May or June.  

SAT   https://www.collegeboard.org

ACT    http://www.actstudent.org

Ventura County Indian Education

Educational support is available to Pre K-12th grade students with Native American or Alaskan Indian heritage. A Title VII grant provides Indian Education at Royal. Monthly visits with an Indian ...more



College-bound student-athletes preparing to enroll in a Division I or Division II school need to register with the NCAA Eligibility Center to ensure they have met amateurism standards and are academically prepared for college coursework. For more information about NCAA eligibility requirements, visit the website.

Athletes who have applied to the NCAA Clearinghouse must have their official SAT/ACT scores submitted to the NCAA Eligibility Center.  If you have questions, see your counselor asap.



Click here for the RR CSI Diploma Seal Application and here for the Role of the CSI Mentor information.
Stop by the counseling office for more information.

Services for Homeless Families


The Samaritan Center of Simi Valley provides support and assistance to individuals and families facing homelessness. These services might include meals, shelter, referrals to community resouces and more.  For additional information, click here.

For a list of other social service programs/resources in eastern Ventura County (medical, legal, benefits, etc.), click here.