Lakeside High School students participate in a comprehensive developmental counseling program designed to help students "Learn to Learn", "Learn to Work", and "Learn to Live". The National Standards for School Counseling Programs, developed by the American School Counselor Association, provides the framework on which the Lakeside program is based. Lakeside's professional school counselors believe that the counseling program:
- promotes and enhances the learning process.
- is an integral component of the academic mission of the school.
- helps students develop knowledge and skills needed in today's and tomorrow's world.
- is for all students, not just those going to college or in crisis.
- ensures equitable access to counseling services for all students.
The Counseling Office is open from 7:45 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. each school day. The direct telephone number is 678-874-6726, and the Fax number is 678-874-6712. Students should schedule appointments when they need to see their counselor. Counselors are available before and after school and during lunch periods.
Making an Appointment with a Counselor
Students or parents needing to set up an appointment with a School Counselor, may click on the request to see a counselor button and complete the form. You will be contacted via email or with a pass sent to you. This may take a day or two so please be patient.
*IF THIS IS A CRISIS SITUATION REPORT DIRECTLY TO THE COUNSELING OFFICE.*
National Honor Society Tutoring Form
If you would like a peer tutor from the National Honor Society, please download the form. An NHS member will tutor your child for 30 minutes a week for as long as the student requests the tutoring. Fill out the form and turn it in to Mrs. Krieger. Please have the student and not the parent fill out the form. Thank you.
*Announcement about Move on When Ready Program*
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