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Counseling Department/Student Services

Our Napa High counselors are located in the Student Services Department.  We encourage students to come in to our office to ask questions, look for information, and/or make appointments with their counselor.

All students begin with a counselor their freshman year and remain with the same counselor throughout their high school years at Napa High.  Since each counselor is assigned a "class", they will help all students within that class each year of high school supporting them through each transition.

The counseling department hours are Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 3:00 pm.  Students can email their counselors for assistance or questions during distance learning.  Click below for your counselor's email address.

Amy Martenson

Amy Martenson

Class of 2023

Hometown: Napa

Alma Mater: Sonoma State University

Best part of your job: Getting to help students reach their personal, educational, and career goals.

Tips for success at Napa High:  Attend school regularly and ask for make up work when you are absent, complete every assignment to the best of your ability (and turn it in!), and ask for help if you need it.

Tell us something about yourself:  I was born and raised in Napa and attended local public schools (Northwood, Redwood, and Vintage).  I earned my Bachelor's degree in History from UC Berkeley and a teaching credential from San Francisco State University.  I taught History at Vintage High School for nine years. After earning my Master's degree in Counseling from Sonoma State University, I was the counselor at American Canyon Middle School for nine years and at Valley Oak High School for six years.  I am really excited to join the counseling team at Napa High School!

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Mayra Bogarin

Class of 2024

Hometown: Santa Maria, CA

Alma Mater: Santa Maria High School, Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo

Best part of your job: Helping students achieve their highest potential.

Tips for success at Napa High: Challenge yourself, be yourself, ask for help and stay positive.

Tell us something about yourself: I love the outdoors!

Maricela Lopez Soto

Maricela Lopez-Soto

Class of 2025

Hometown: Napa

Alma Mater: Sonoma State University

Best part of your job: Working with students and transcripts

Tips for success at Napa High: Do your homework and ask questions

Tell us something about yourself: I love my dogs!

Ana Andrilla

Ana Andrilla

Class of 2026

Hometown: Los Angeles

Alma Mater: SDSU for undergraduate and SSU for graduate work

Best part of job: The best part of my job is helping students and parents navigate what options exist beyond high school and how to make that a reality.

Tips for success at Napa High: High school can be a great time for learning about yourself and various subjects. I encourage students to take a chance and join clubs or participate in activities that peek your interest. Engaging with your teachers and counselor regularly can help you feel connected to school and life around you. Make sure you are coming to school regularly, and on time so you can access what's happening in all your classes. Taking time each night to do your school work is critical. And most importantly, eating well, getting a good night's sleep, and limiting your screen time will keep you balanced and keep you going strong mentally.  

Tell us something about yourself: I'm a big fan of art and love to experiment with various mediums (painting, digital, metalwork). I also love visiting gardens and am drawn to drought tolerant plants like those featured at Sunnylands in Rancho Mirage, California. I am married and have two children. I feel fortunate to live in the Napa Valley and am thankful for working at a school with people who want to be here and are committed to helping young adults. 

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Wendy Sommers

Hometown: Laguna Hills, CA

Alma Mater: Colorado State University, Alliant University

Best part of your job: Building positive relationships with students and staff. Helping students figure out their options, realize their potential, and supporting them in every way possible.

Tips for success at Napa High: High school is an exciting time! 1) Find at least one way to get involved in the school, whether it's a club, sport, leadership, or any activity to help you feel connected. 2) If you have a question or need help, just ask! 3) Communicate with your teachers and counselor. 4) Try your best and take care of yourself!

Tell us something about yourself: I just relocated to Napa after living in Temecula, CA for the past 24 years. I am excited and honored to be joining the Napa High community!


Click here for a letter  to families outlining the services we provide at Napa High Student Services.

Reasons to see your counselor:
  • Academic Planning or Concerns
  • College & Career Planning
  • Credit Recovery & Alternative Education Referrals
  • Social & Emotional Support
  • Conflict Resolution & Mediation