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Student Services

School Counselors
Beth Evener  x3109 (A-K)
Steve Jones  x3108 (L-Z)

School Psychologist

Dana Robson x3107

Administrative Assistant
Stacey Hern x3104



Welcome to Student Services & Counseling!

We hope you will find valuable information on college planning, financial aid, scholarships, and course scheduling. Click here for information about the Lansing Mental Health and Counseling Department. Check out the links to the left to access pages that you may find helpful. You also will find some imporant forms below under the downloads heading that can be used in your college search and application process. As always, please feel to contact us if you have any questions at any time.



BLM Statement

The Student Services Department at Lansing High School stands in solidarity with our students of color in rejecting all forms of racism and inequality. Elie Wiesel, Holocaust survivor, wrote, “We must take sides. Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim. Silence encourages the tormentor, never the tormented.” 

Black Lives Matter.

We remain firm and dedicated in our mission to inspire our students to be knowledgeable, responsible, healthy, and compassionate citizens. This includes educating about the explicit and implicit cultural biases that pervade society, and advocating for imperative systemic change to create equal opportunities. We are committed to challenging our own beliefs to increasing our awareness of how and why racial inequities exist at all levels of society, and to promoting an inclusive and welcoming environment. We will work with students in a compassionate and respectful way while they experience and process the issues of race, prejudice, privilege, and power.

Diversity and Inclusion Statement

The Student Services Department is committed to supporting all students regardless of race, color, ethnicity, religion, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, disability, nationality, and socioeconomic status. 

Learn with us:

College Night for Juniors and Families
Please join the school counselors and a panel of college admissions representatives for our annual College Night for Juniors and Families.

Wednesday, March 24th
Virtual - Link to be emailed to families

Current & Future Planning for 9th/10th grade parents/guardians
Current & Future Planning for 9th and 10th grade parents/guardians
Wed, Feb 3, 2021 6:30pm - 7:30pm

The high school counselors and our school psychologist will be presenting to parents/guardians on a variety of topics including course planning, college admissions, mental health, social-emotional learning, and other helpful tips to navigate high school.  This will be a virtual presentation. A link will be emailed. 

Class of 2021 College & Financial Aid Night (Zoom)
The school counselors and financial aid expert Lisa Hoskey will be hosting the annual Senior College and Financial Aid Night on Thursday, October 1, 2020 at 6:30pm. The event will be virtual this year and a Zoom link will be sent next week. The presentation will be in two parts, starting with financial aid and then application advice and recommendations from the counselors. The whole presentation will be an hour followed by a question and answer period. We will record the presentation for those who cannot attend. 

College Admissions Bootcamp 8/27
Hello Seniors!

The annual College Admission Boot Camp is on August 27th from 10am-12pm. We are doing a walk-through of the Common Application for the first hour of the workshop. The rest of the time will be spent answering questions, so please do not feel that you need to stay for the whole presentation. If you only have quick questions and have already started your applications, feel free to show up around 11. Please check your email for Zoom information/invite. 

LHS 2020-2021 Course Offerings

2020-2021 Course Guide Book