School Counseling 

Lassiter High School is serious about academic success. We expect our students to do their best to excel. Our counselors are here to help every student at LHS succeed. We work with students, parents, and teachers by facilitating conferences, helping to plan schedules, giving curriculum and scholarship guidance, and more. 

We do our best to meet the needs of our students at each grade level. This page is full of tips and resources to help you accomplish your lofty goals. Please visit it often so that you are always aware of important test dates as well as what resources are available to assist you in achieving your ambitions.

The Lassiter School Counseling Department has been recognized as an ASCA Model Program/RAMP Award Winner! The RAMP designation recognizes schools that are committed to delivering a comprehensive, data-driven school counseling program and creating an exemplary educational environment.

For more information about this prestigious award, please read our press release or visit the American School Counselor Association.


Our Mission Statement

Academic Support and Enrichment (ASE)

Common Core Standards

Georgia Milestone Assessments (EOC)

SAT and ACT Information

Note to Students without Computer Access

Counseling Staff

Liz Clark,
Department Head
School Counseling
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Department Head, St-Z
HOPE
Graduation and Articulation
PSAT
STEM

Beverley Conley,
Student Records
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A-C
9th Grade Classroom Guidance (fall)
Collegeboard Accommodations
RTI

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Jacqueline Fross, Ed. S
School Social Worker
Lassiter Cluster
(770) 591.5055
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N-Sr
504
10th Grade Classroom Guidance (spring)
12th Grade College Slideshow
Articulation
Freshmen Advisement
Project 2400
QUEST College Fair

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D-H
12th Grade Classroom Guidance (fall)
Dual Enrollment
Ombudsman
Testing (EOC/SLO)
Social Media

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I-M
11th Grade Classroom Guidance (spring)
Academic Ceremonies
Career Center
Junior Advisement
School Counseling Blog
Scholarships