Christopher Seibert


Counselor Caseload (by last name):

9th Lofing – Pham 
10th Moore – Seibles
11th McDonald – Ryan 
12th Mammola – Schmidt 

I began my journey in education in 1994, after a Social Science B.A. from Whittier College and a teaching credential from Chapman University.  I taught and coached in a variety of subjects and settings, from large public high schools in Southern California to tiny middle schools in the Capay Valley.  I ultimately landed in Chico at Notre Dame, a Diocesan elementary school, where I fell in love with Northern California and taught 4th through 8th grades, later earning an administrative credential and leading the school for four years as principal. My desire to work with students in a counseling setting led me back to school one more time, where I earned my Masters of Science in Educational Counseling with a PPS Credential in 2016, beginning work at Jesuit in 2016.   

After 22 years in education, I am honored to begin my fourth year as a part of the Jesuit community in the role of comprehensive counselor.  I look forward to “finding God in all things” with the students, families, faculty, and staff of JHS!


  • BA Social Science – Whittier College, 1991
  • Teaching Credential – Chapman University, 1994
  • MS Educational Counseling – National University, 2016
  • PPS Credential – National University, 2016

First year working at Jesuit: 2016