Important Student Resources

*Please note that if you do not already have an account for GACollege411, then you will need to create an account before discovering your HOPE GPA.

The Senior Recommendation Form, in the list above, must be completed in order to request a recommendation letter from your school counselor.

Be sure to visit our Plan for Success page, which is full of tips and links that will help you be successful in high school and beyond!

Academic Student Enrichment

The resources below will aid in our students’ academic success. Please use them well.

Testing Dates

Be sure you know what tests are coming up, so that you are well-prepared on test day. The local school test date may differ slightly from what is on the county test calendar. Students should listen for announcements in their individual teacher's class.

Plan for graduation and college

The online review website (below) will help students prepare for the GHSGT and EOCT, 24/7. You will find practice tests, tutorials, interactive sections, flash cards, etc. Students may get the username and password from Guidance.

Click below for study guides (provided by the Georgia Department of Education) in each discipline of the EOCT series of tests.

English/Language Arts



Social Studies

Tutor Info


Lassiter’s College Board school code is 111983 (used for SAT and ACT). For other passwords you need, please see a teacher or guidance counselor.

Additional Planning Resources


School Counseling
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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.

ASCA logoThe 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.

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Mission Statement

The mission of the Cobb County School Counseling program is to assist students in overcoming barriers that impede learning. The goal of all Cobb County Professional School Counselors is to implement a standards-based comprehensive school counseling program that:

  • Includes a curriculum addressing the needs of all students in the domains of academic, personal/social, and career development
  • Provides specialized interventions based on identified student needs
  • Assists students in acquiring appropriate attitudes, knowledge, and communication skills to promote healthy relationships
  • Enhances the ability of students to identify and utilize the appropriate resources needed for post-secondary success
  • Creates positive relationships with students fostering personal growth, service to others, and academic achievement
  • Encourages counselors to consult and collaborate with other educators, parents, and community on behalf of all students

Counseling Staff

A student’s last name determines his/her counselor.

Dr. Millie Dawson-Hardy

504 and RTI
9th Grade Classroom Guidance (fall)

P: Ext. 234

Brittany Hughes

12th Grade Classroom Guidance (fall) 
Graduation Testing and Make-ups
Dual Enrollment

P: Ext. 254

Dr. Ann Rives

Scholarships/Career Center
11th Grade Advisement
11th Grade Classroom Guidance (spring)

P: Ext. 286

Misty Hawk

Project 2400

P: Ext. 232

Liz Clark
Department Head, St-Z

9th Grade Advisement
10th Grade Classroom Guidance (spring)
Graduation and Articulation

P: Ext. 260

Micheline Fournier


P: Ext. 239

Jacqueline Fross, Ed. S
School Social Worker-Lassiter Cluster

School Social Worker Letter

P: (770) 591-5055

Beverley Conley

Student Records

P: Ext. 266