Judson High School


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Department of Guidance and Social Services

Mission Statement

As student advocates, Judson High School professional school counselors are centered on supporting every student, socially, emotionally, and academically toward becoming successful citizens.

Welcome Statement

Judson Rocket Counselors welcome you to another school year. We are excited to guide all students on their journey toward graduation and post-secondary success. We have a full menu of options for all students to pursue based on interest and skills. From our career endorsements, our first early college cohort, a continuing TAG cohort, 22 dual credit offerings, and advanced placement classes there is something for all Rockets.


Judson Rocket Counselors are proud CREST winners. The Texas School Counselors Association each year recognizes counseling programs that do an outstanding job in their work with students through the CREST award. CREST stands for Counselors Reinforcing Excellence for Students in Texas. The counseling staff at Judson High School was one of 56 schools statewide to receive this honor.

Judson Counselors

  Last Name Alpha Counselor Phone Ext. Room #  
  A (9th-12th) Jo Anne Cruz 19056 Main (B 124)  
  B – Chapm (9th-12th) Destiny Price 19059 Main (B 118)  
  Chapn – Fie (9th-12th) Erik Sanchez 19063 G 203  
  Fif - Guer (9th-12th) Marcella Cortez 19060 H 103  
  Gues-Joh (9th-12th) Ruby Bible 19062 Main (G206)  
  Joi-McCar (9th-12th) Imari Penn 19054 P 203  
  McCas-Patr (9th-12th) Sara Cantu 19069 H 203  
  Pats-Rol (9th-12th) Karen Maxwell 19061 B 120  
  Rom-Tol (9th-12th) Leslie McClellan 19055 G 103  
  Tom- Z  (9th-12th) Evelyn Crespo 19064 P 103  
  At-Risk (9th-12th) Michelle Tubilla 19035 Main (G 106)  
  Career Counselor Tammy Cantu 19058
Career Center (B 115)
  College Counselor Cynthia Cortez 19057 Main (B 130)  
  Career Center Facilitator Vincent Hillyer 19502 Career Center (B 130)  
  Parenting Social Worker Amber Palmer 19048 H 106  


Counselors are available every lunch period from 11:23-1:29 in the cafeteria at the Counselor Café table to take appointment requests, forms, and to provide general information.


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