Administrative Sports Designee/Counseling Support
BA, Sociology, Loyola Marymount University
MA, Mental Health/School Counseling, Loyola Marymount University
Roxanne Solomita is a Counseling Intern/Administrative Sports Designee for Environmental Charter High School. Roxanne works with our seniors to support them on their journey in applying to college. She specializes in social/emotional and academic counseling for students in need of guidance. Roxanne strives to be a valuable resource to all of her students and provide them with the tools to find success in the capacity with which they are comfortable.
Roxanne was drawn to Environmental Charter Schools because of our commitment to each individual student. She appreciates the environmentally conscious climate and the progressive nature of the ECS community as a whole. Roxanne is committed to being an advocate for social justice.
Roxanne’s has 12 years of experience working with children 2-18 in dance education and has served as a Team Director for MnR Dance Factory’s competitive dance team for 10 years and has worked for the Santa Monica/Brentwood community as child caretaker and private academic tutor for students for all ages. Roxanne has implemented her dance enrichment program at many schools around the Los Angeles Area.
Roxanne is a recent graduate of Loyola Marymount University’s School of Education where
she graduated with an MA in Mental Health/School Counseling and acquired a Pupil Personnel Services credential (PPS). During her time at LMU, Roxanne volunteered at
the Mar Vista Family Center as a dance instructor and tutor/mentor for the children in the
community. Additionally, she was able to travel to Ecuador for a multicultural counseling service experience which continued to inspire her desire to be culturally educated and work with diverse populations.
Roxanne grew up in Santa Monica, CA and spends a significant amount of time enjoying the beach. She also enjoys snowboarding and loves to take dance fitness classes
for fun. Roxanne is oldest of 6 children in a blended family and has always hoped to be an
advocate for students who lack the guidance and privilege necessary for success