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Course Selection Information

Please see the tips below or download it here for help completing the Course Selection Google Form.

*NOTE: You will need to be logged in to your student's Cabrillo Google Account ( in order to access the form. This is NOT the same as the Infinite Campus Portal which is used for registration forms.

Course Selection Tips

Attention 8th Graders!

From the HMBHS Counselors:
The HMBHS Counselors held a Course Selection PLP for incoming Cunha 9th grade students on Friday, January 22, 2021. Please see the recording of the meeting above. Course requests will be made via Google Form this year. The link to the Google Form was sent to the student's School Loop mail on Friday.

Parents/Guardians: You MUST fill out this form with your students because at the end of the forms you will need to approve your student's course selections. No physical forms will be turned in to us. Students are NOT required to obtain physical signatures from teachers to “approve” their course requests. Please do not email the teacher for approval, as we will be in communication with them directly.

Student Planning Guide: Course descriptions, pre-requisites, graduation requirements, everything is in here!
Course Selection Form: This has a list of all of the options for 9th graders and is the Google Form they need to submit.
Advanced Course Contract: Supplemental form in case they choose any AP or Advanced courses.

Check back here for information regarding HMBHS Course Selection!

Course Specific Informational Meetings:
 Course  Date Link 
Advanced English I    Recording 
AVID   1/28 at 2:30 p.m.  Zoom
AP Human Geography   1/28 at 1:30 p.m.  Zoom
Password: 053271
Leadership   1/27 at 11 a.m. Zoom
Password: 529126
Math Department & AP Computer Science Principles
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Response to Bullying

At Cunha, we value a positive school culture, allowing all students to express themselves openly and without fear of judgement. We take a strong stance against bullying and have made it our top priority to ensure the safety and well-being of all students. Counselors recently went into all 6th grade Social Studies classrooms to present Anti-Bullying presentations for students. Topics for 6th grade included the definition of bullying, the difference between tattling and telling someone when there's a problem, and "Stop, Walk, and Talk" (our method to alleviate bullying). 

Stop: Tell the person to "stop" in a clear loud voice. Make sure they know that you are not joking and exactly what behavior you want them to stop.

Walk: Walk away from the person. Create distance and avoid them wherever possible. If it is in class, ask the teacher to move seats.

Talk: Tell someone, any trusted adult. Let them know what is happening and that you need help.

We encourage students to visit the counseling office if they are feeling uncomfortable, unsafe, or unhappy at school and urge parents to do the same. If you are worried about your child please let us know.


U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Stop Bullying

Teen Health and Wellness Hotlines

Teens Against Bullying

Stomp Out Bullying

The Trevor Project

Gay, Lesbian, & Straight Education Network

If you or someone you know is feeling hopeless, helpless, or thinking of suicide tell someone right away or contact The National Suicide Prevention Hotline 1-800-273-TALK

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"Heart of Compliments"created by the 6th graders for their Anti-Bullying Presentations

Counselors' Office Hours

Mondays and Fridays
1:00-2:00 p.m. 

Zoom Link: 
Passcode: 271378 

Peer Helpers Available

Attention 6th Graders:  Leadership students are available for homework support and tutoring on Wednesdays!!!   

11:30-12:30 pm

Meeting ID: 988 7440 7367
Password: cunha (no capitals) 

1:00-2:00 p.m.
Meeting ID: 854 0278 6713
Password: Leadership

Cunha Clubs 20-21

Please contact your counselor if you are interested in starting a club.

Yoga Club (please contact Mrs. Angst for more information) 

Origami Club (please contact Mrs. Mote for more information)