The resources below will aid in our students’ academic success. Please use them well.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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:
The Academic Support and Enrichment (ASE) program has been created to provide students additional assistance for their coursework and high-stakes standardized testing. As an aid to support student success, we meet three times a week for thirty minutes during the school year.
Enrichment opportunities such as Leadership, Math Team, Model UN, Academic Bowl, Peer Helpers, SAT Prep, college application process, Yearbook, and Newspaper are also available.
For additional questions about our ASE program, please contact Mr. Nate Fisher, the assistant principal and ASE coordinator for Lassiter High School.
We encourage you to read about the Common Core Standards that the state of Georgia, along with 47 other states, has adopted. The Common Core standards will provide a unified set of standards that will be used from state to state, which will prepare students for success in college and/or the 21st century workplace. You can also read the letter from our district office for more details.
For more information, please feel free to visit any of these websites:
All students will take the Georgia Milestones EOC after completing courses in Coordinate Algebra, Analytic Geometry, US History, Economics, Biology, Physical Science, 9th Grade Literature and Composition, and American Literature and Composition. Results of the EOC are used for diagnostic, remedial, and accountability purposes to gauge the quality of education in the state and also count as part of the student's final grade in the course. The EOC counts as 20% of the final grade.
Please visit the Georgia Department of Education website for the study guides in each discipline of the EOC series of tests.
Students typically start taking the SAT their junior year and may take it through their senior year. It is given seven times a year at area schools. Register early, so you can get your first-choice test center. For practice tests and to register for testing, visit CollegeBoard.com.*
Register for the ACT through the ACT website,* or you may pick up an application in the guidance office. As with the SAT, students will typically start taking the ACT their junior year into their senior year.
Brochures for information are available in the school counseling office.
Our 2015-2016 testing dates are:
*Students without Web access at home may use a computer in the library between the hours of 7:00 a.m and 5:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Friday. Students may also obtain a pass from the media specialists to visit the library during lunch.
A student’s last name determines his/her counselor.