Counseling Center

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Dear students and parents,

Even though the building is empty and the doors are closed, we want you to know that as your counselors, we are still working for you and available to assist you however we can. We know this is a stressful time for everyone and you may be dealing with challenges you have not faced before. While some of you have spent a lot of time in our offices, others have never been in the counseling center before. Either way, we care about every student and want to make this confusing time as smooth as possible before things return to normal.

Please reach out to us if you have questions, concerns, or just need someone to talk to. We will be available by phone or video chat. You may also visit our Horizonte counseling website if your family needs community resources such as food, medical care, mental health, and other needs.

Counselors Office Hours: 9am-4pm, Monday through Friday

Eleanor Chase (801) 578-8574 Ext. 2550

Jamie Belnap (801) 578-8574 Ext: 2560

Joey Peterson (801) 578-8574 Ext. 2530

If you need help after hours, please call or text our Hotline (801) 301-6490.

We will be also be checking our Horizonte voicemail and will have someone available during Summer break. If you feel you are in an emergency situation, do not hesitate to call 911 or the crisis line. They have 24 hour crisis workers available to talk or message with you anonymously.

Crisis Line (801) 587-3000 Safe UT Chat/Crisisline 1-800-273-8255 

We want you to know that your teachers, counselors, and principals care about your well-being and are anxious to see you in the Horizonte hallways again! Stay safe and healthy!

Horizonte Counseling Team



The counselors at Horizonte believe:

  • Every student has dignity and worth.
  • Every student's ethnic, cultural, racial, gender differences and special needs are considered in planning and implementing the school counseling program.
  • Every student can be college and career ready.

And that the Horizonte comprehensive school counseling program should:

  • Be based on specified goals and developmental student competencies for all students.
  • Utilize many combined resources of the community to deliver programs.
  • Use data for program development and evaluation.

     And that all counselors at Horizonte:

  • Abide by the professional school counseling ethics as advocated by the American School Counselor Association.
  • Participate in professional development activities essential to maintain a quality school counseling program.

Advisory: What is it and why is it important?

Advisory is the first period every Monday. In Advisory, students receive extra support in their pursuits to graduate High School. Teachers consult with students about grades and keeping them on track to graduate. Students also receive guidance curriculum to help them prepare for the future. Students receive information about careers, college, and scholarships, as well as receive help applying to college, filling out the FAFSA, and applying for scholarships.

Advisory gives students the opportunity to learn about subjects that will help them be a well-rounded person, and gives them an advantage in their future pursuits. 

Counselors:                                                                            Social Worker:

Jamie Belnap                                                                           Wendy Jack-Alvarado                                        

Rose Park and Main Site (801) 578-8574 Ext: 2560              (801)-578-8574 Ext: 2400

 Eleanor Chase                                                                                  

(801) 578-8574 ex 2550

Joey Peterson

Rose Park and Main Site (801) 578-8574 ex 2530

Community Scholarship Coordinator

Katya Orellana Pena

(801) 578-8574 ex 5200



Aura Guttierrez-Sanchez

(801) 578-8574 ex.2580      


Utah Scholars

Utah Scholars was created to help students in high school take the right classes to get to college, keep their grades up, and help students be more prepared to qualify for scholarships. To receive the StepUp Utah Scholars recognition certificates and medallion you need to have a 3.0 cumulative GPA and complete 20 Next Steps from the grade-by-grade checklists before you graduate from high school. While you can complete these steps at any time, it's best to do several each year so you stay focused and on track. Don't forget to keep track of which Next Steps you complete! To find out more visit Step Up Utah or to apply, click the link below:

Utah Scholars Application


Utah Futures

UtahFutures is Utah's career information system for students, job seekers, employment service providers, educational institutions, and more. UtahFutures features cutting edge career planning tools, leading labor market information, job search success skills, education and training options, and direct inks to Utah employers and current employment opportunities. Follow the links below to learn how to use UtahFutures from college to career readiness to scholarship searches to career exploration.

How to create an account

9 ideas for using UtahFutures

9 ideas for High School

How to access Learning Express Library

How to search for schools



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