Students are grouped by last name.
My name is Alydia Han and I have been a school counselor at Fallbrook High School since 2018. As a first generation Latina I have had the great opportunity of attending San Diego educational institutions like: MiraCosta College, Cal State San Marcos, and Point Loma Nazarene University. I grew up in Escondido and currently reside in Oceanside with my husband and two dogs. Growing up and living in North County San Diego has given me great perspective on how to support the social/emotional needs of our students and support them in their future endeavors. One of my favorite quotes is "It is not where you came from, it's where you're going that counts" and as a school counselor I truly believe it encapsulates how I hope to support all students pursue their educational and career goals after graduation
I was born and raised in Santa Ana and now reside in Temecula. I graduated from Cal State Fullerton and got my Master's in School Counseling from the University of Redlands. I started working at Fallbrook High School in November 2018 and fell in love with this community and the students are the best! I enjoy spending time with my family, friends, and dogs. Most of my close family lives in Mexico and I love visiting them every year for the holidays.
I was born in Sinaloa México and moved to the friendly village during my elementary years. I graduated from FHS in 1997. I attended CSUSM where I obtained my bachelor's in Sociology and Spanish, and my Masters in educational counseling from Azusa Pacific University. I am currently working on my hours to become a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor. I enjoy spending time with my family, online shopping, and reading. I now live in Menifee with my husband, our daughter, a yorkie named Luna and a german shepherd, Estrella. Lets not forget about the goats and horses!
Fallbrook High School is a wonderful school with great opportunities for all of our students. I love working in the community that helped get to where I am now.
Once a warrior always a warrior!
I received my Bachelor's of Science in Human Service with a concentration in Mental Health from CSUF and moved on and earned a Master's of Science in Education combined with a Pupil Personnel Services Credential from California Baptist University. I have over 16 years of experience working with and for youth through different community organizations. Over the past 8 years, I've been privileged enough to hold the position as a school counselor. I truly focus my craft in relationship building and student advocacy with a high focus towards students of color and equity.
I'm originally from Whittier, CA but now reside in the IE. I enjoy sippin' on a great cup of cafe, watching UCLA sports, and spending time with my beautiful wife!
My name is Cindy Jimenez and I am a proud Fallbrook native. I graduated from Fallbrook High School in 2008; I was part of AVID as a high school student and after graduating I worked as a tutor for AVID. After high school, I attended UC Riverside and received a Bachelors of Science in Sociology and a minor in pre-law. I was the first in my family to attend a four year university. I worked for a couple of years through the San Diego Regional Center, Palomar Community College and in a private law firm. It was then when I discovered my passion to help students in their educational journey. I then attended San Diego State University (SDSU) and received a Master of Science in counseling with a specialization in School Counseling and the PPS credential. During my time at SDSU, I was also part of a grant to improve graduation rates for foster youth and I was a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA). I have been a school counselor at Fallbrook High School since the 2017-2018 school year. I am excited to have been blessed with the opportunity to serve the school and community I grew up in and the same one that my children will as well. I have a daughter named Natahvi, a son named Itzae and a wonderful husband, who is an elementary teacher in Fallbrook. I am eager to continue to assist students in their academic, career, and social/emotional development.