Welcome to the Esparto HS Counseling Page!

The goal of the Esparto High School Counseling Department is to provide you with information and resources to support your academic, personal and career goals. Please check here regularly, as we are continually adding information and updates to this page.

Alexis Kersting

Head Counselor

Mrs. Kersting is in her 18th year at Esparto High School. She is a graduate of Antioch High School and holds a Bachelors of Science from UC Davis, and a Masters of Science in Counseling and PPS Credential from Sacramento State University.

Sulema Luna

Migrant Education Counseling Intern

Sulema Luna is a graduate of Esparto High School and is currently a Masters of Science Counseling student at Sacramento State University. Sulema will be working with the CSUS Migrant Education Advisor Program to provide support to EHS students.

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All of the images in the virtual counseling office have links to more information and resources.

Click on the link above and come explore today!

Need a Transcript?

Please use the link below to request a copy of your official transcript.

Mental Wellness

We are very fortunate at Esparto High School to have a RISE, inc. Mental Wellness Clinician on our campus. Mental Wellness Counseling can help students who may be struggling with things like anxiety or depression, or who may just have a lot going on in their lives. We're here to help!

You can also visit the Yolo County Mental Health Services webpage for additional information on various supports available.

Please see the YouTube videos below for more information about our RISE, inc services.

If you would like more information about this type of counseling support, please email Mrs. Kersting and she will provide you with more information about this service.

Need an Appointment?

We are here for you! Whether it is academic, personal, college or career questions that you have, we're ready to help.

Please email Mrs. Kersting if you would like to schedule a time to meet!

2021 Almond Festival Queen Pageant

Thanks to the Rumsey Improvement Association and Queen Pageant Coordinator Caitlin Zavala, the tradition of the Almond Festival Queen Pageant will continue this year!

Please use this link to access the contest rules and information.

We are excited to see our seniors shine in this amazing valley tradition!

Applications are due by January 20th. Click here to access the application.

Email Mrs. Kersting if you have any questions about the event:

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Hey Seniors!

Do you still need help with a FAFSA or California Dream Act Application?

Use the link below to register for an upcoming CASH FOR COLLEGE Workshop and get virtual help completing your application!

Remember: FAFSA and Dream Act applications are due by March 2nd, but the sooner you submit your application the better!

Cash For College Registration

"How to Pay for College" with Travis Credit Union and Sallie Mae

Travis Credit Union and Sallie Mae are partnering to provide students with information about how to finance a college education for free! Use the link below to register for one or both of the webinars in the series. The presentations will be recorded, and can be accessed any time after the original live date.

SESSION 1 (October 7, 4:00 PM): Do you have a plan to pay for college? Join Travis Credit Union and Sallie Mae to learn how to finance your post-secondary education. This seminar will cover the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), the types of student aid and how to apply for scholarships.

SESSION 2 (October 21, 4:00 PM): Join Travis Credit Union and Sallie Mae for a deep dive into borrowing money to pay for college. This seminar will cover federal and private loans, how to apply and strategies to reduce college debt.

Free College Guide for First Gens -

CRACK THE CODE. A Guide to College Success for First Gens is a free, downloadable guide that provides information on a variety of topics. The advice in the book revolves around recent interviews with sixty current First Gen students and recent graduates as well as substantial research. The book is available for FREE download from Book Funnel which allows readers to download to a variety of devices. Here is the FREE download code:

Virtual College Fairs: Register for Free & Explore Today!

There are many outstanding organizations that have begun hosting virtual College Fairs as a way to help students explore their future educations options. Below are a couple of upcoming fairs that are free for students to attend. Consider registering today!

College Board Big Future Days Virtual College Fair- Saturday, February 6th

College Board is hosting a series of virtual college fairs called BigFuture™ Days. Sign up for a chance to connect directly with college admissions representatives and current college students. You'll have an opportunity to explore colleges in a way that's not overwhelming, ask questions about topics you want to learn about, and take action on key college planning steps. Use this link to register today:

NACAC Virtual College Fairs-Sign up for Free and attend a fair January-May

See flyer above for more information and sign up at:

Take a virtual Tour of a California State University Campus

In person campus visits are difficult right now, so the CSU has created virtual campus tours so that students can explore their 23 California State University campuses from home. Use the link below to begin "touring" today!

Feria de Educación Virtual Workshop Recordings

The Feria de Educacion Conference at Sac State was virtual this year, and the recordings from the conference are now available for you to watch for free! Use the link below to access workshops on "Pathway to the Community College," "Apply to College 101," "Transfer Pathways," "FAFSA and California Dream Act," and more!