Welcome to the LPHS Counseling Department
ATTENTION SENIOR PARENTS!
PPS: FAFSA Completion Night will officially air through the virtual link below. Please join us at 6 p.m. on October 15 for a step-by-step explanation of the
application and optional assistance following the presentation. This event is brought to you by LP Counseling and Daniela Rios with the Illinois Student Assistance Commission (ISAC)
Here is the link for attendees!
ATTENTION SENIOR PARENTS!
Click on the following link to see the presentation for the Senior Financial Aid Night
ATTENTION PARENTS OF FRESHMAN AND TRANSFER STUDENTS!
Click on the video below to view our Parent Power Session that aired in September: High School 101
Please contact your Counselor with any questions.
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School Counseling Mission Statement:
The mission of the LaSalle-Peru Township High School Counseling Program is to develop and deliver a comprehensive, developmental, and data-driven school counseling program holding each student to the highest of standards. Through school-wide initiatives, small-group activities, and individual counseling services, students at LaSalle-Peru are inspired to become life-long learners and leaders in their community. By fostering a safe and challenging environment student strive for success, meet the challenges of an ever-changing and diverse world, and become advocates for their future.
School Counseling Program Vision Statement:
The vision of the LaSalle-Peru Township High School Counseling Program is that every graduate possesses to the tools necessary to be successful in overcoming the academic, post-secondary, and social-emotional challenges they will face in their daily lives. We envision that our students will strive for excellence, develop a passion for life-long learning, and grow to become leaders within their school and community.
School Counseling Program Beliefs:
Counselors at LaSalle-Peru Township High School believe:
- All students have a right to a comprehensive school counseling program that helps them to achieve their greatest potential.
- The School Counseling program should be proactive in nature and responsive to the specific and diverse needs of our students.
- The National Standards and Competencies as set forth by the American School Counselor Association guide our program to meet the academic, career, and social-emotional needs of our students.
LP Counselors CARE
–Career and College Readiness
–Respect for All
–Emotional and Social SupportThe counseling office is excited to announce they are actively planning to apply for RAMP recognition (Recognized ASCA Model Program). In preparation for this, they have and will continue taking various steps this year to align to the American School Counselor Association standards and practices.
Counseling Department Staff
Counseling Division Chair
Counseling Office Assistant