Guidance & Counseling

Snowflake High School’s Guidance Office is devoted to helping all of our students succeed. 
We are here to help with any questions or concerns you may have about your classes and school activities as well as any worries or troubles in school or your personal life. We are also here to help you plan for your future career and college goals. 
We help guide your class schedules to make sure you find classes that match your interests and challenge you, while also making sure you are taking the classes you need to graduate. We also help make sure you have the courses you may need for the colleges or trade schools you may want to attend after graduation.
The Guidance Office is also your go-to place for information on academic testing, college and career planning, and finding scholarships and financial aid.
We want parents and students to feel free to come and talk to us anytime while you are at Snowflake High School. We are here for you.

Guidance Counselors Tips and News

Registration for New Students:
If your student is new to Snowflake Unified School District, you may go to our Registration page to print enrollment forms, or contact the guidance office at extension 7521 if you need an enrollment packet. Birth certificate, immunization records, and proof of residence are required in order to enroll. If you are able to bring your student’s transcript from their previous school (those enrolling in grades 10-12), it will speed up the process of registering them in the correct classes. Otherwise, we will request transcripts from their previous school, and their counselor will complete their schedule when we know what classes they need. If the student(s) will be living with a relative who is not their guardian, you must fill out and notarize the temporary guardianship document. Also, if the student will not be living in our school boundaries, but will attend Snowflake High School, you must fill out and return an open enrollment form. If you have any questions about this process, please contact our office.

Registration for Existing Students: 
We would like to inform you of our registration process for the upcoming school year. It will not be necessary to wait in lines to register your students. All class fees can be paid online on our payment portal, schedules can be viewed and printed from Parent Portal and all student information will be sent home to be updated during the first week of school as an English class assignment. For any scheduling questions or concerns, guidance counselors will be seen by appointment only (ext. 7521).

Please note that schedules for the 2021–2022 school year will be available on Parent Portal during the first week of August.

As always, please contact the Snowflake front office with any questions or concerns!

ACT/Academic Testing Information
We recommend the ACT for all juniors. All students planning to attend college should take the ACT by the fall of their senior year. 
The Snowflake High School code needed to register for the ACT, SAT, and PSAT is 030-420.

  • Snowflake High School is offering the ACT on the following dates:

To register, please visit the ACT registration website.
Please have the SHS school code ready: 030-420

Fee: The 2021-2022 ACT registration fee is $55, without the essay. If you would like to take the essay, the ACT registration fee is $70. Some colleges may require you take the essay, so please research before you make your decision.
As you begin your search for college scholarships and financial aid, take a look at the information and resources links  elsewhere on this page. We will also be adding additional scholarship information, as new scholarships come into the Guidance Office.

Act Dates and link to site

ACT test fees and link to site

Guidance Office
Phone: (928) 536.4156

Counseling Staff

Dave Godfrey

Dave Godfrey

Head Guidance Counselor
daveg@snowflake.k12.az.us

Amy Hall

Amy Hall

Natalie Hall