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    Schedule Changes

    Please note that class sections and staffing were set in the Spring based upon student scheduling requests at that time. Making a schedule change now is very difficult because classes are staffed and at or near capacity. Class capacities are being strictly enforced due to meeting the health and safety guidelines of the DCS Responsible Restart Plan. Consequently, a schedule change request may not be able to be made.

    To make a schedule change request: Download and complete the 2021-22 Schedule Change Form and email it to your Guidance Counselor. We encourage all students to have conversations with their parents/guardians regarding any schedule change.

    Be sure to follow your current course schedule until you receive an email from your counselor regarding the status of your request.


    Coffman Guidance Philosophy

    Guidance is for ALL students.  The focus of the guidance program is to provide experience to ensure that every student progresses toward fulfillment of his/her educational, personal and career goals.  We also believe that parents are an essential component in the educational planning for their student.  The high school program is a coordinated plan, based on stated goals and delineated student competencies.

    Dublin Coffman High School has SIX counselors located in the Guidance Center, assigned alphabetically by last name. If there is a problem a student wishes to discuss with a particular counselor, he or she should feel free to ask for an appointment with that individual. Students are welcome to make arrangements for an appointment before school, during study periods, after school or at any other mutually agreeable time. It is best to email your assigned counselor from the list in the right sidebar.



    School counselors respect the confidentiality of students, teachers, parents, and staff. Disclosures of abuse and/or imminent danger to self or others are reported to the appropriate agency in accordance with the law. Situations jeopardizing student safety, including incidents of abuse, imminent danger to self or others, bullying and sexual harassment are reported to the building administration in accordance with school policy.