Mrs. Chelsea Henry
Director of Student Services
636.928.5100 ext. 1014
“So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.”
The Student Services office is an integral part of the educational program at Lutheran High School. Our counseling professionals nurture students in their spiritual, academic, emotional and vocational development. Counselors use a proactive, developmental approach to assist students in making wise decisions personally, academically and vocationally.
Our academic and college counseling is deliberately focused on planning for continuing education in a college, university, or career path best suited to the student’s strengths and goals. The guidance counselors also provide assistance in exploring college and career choices, submitting college applications, and pursuing scholarship options.
Discussion with a counselor or teacher will help students solve many problems they encounter during their high school years. Students and parents should feel free to consult the counselors or teachers at any time. Students also have access to personal counseling based on their strengths, needs and situations. Students requiring long-term counseling may be referred to an outside agency.
We give personalized attention to our students and parents in these areas:
- Academic planning and counseling
- Career planning assistance
- Personal counseling and referrals
- College selection and application assistance
- Scholarship assistanceScheduling visits with college representatives
- Testing (PSAT, ACT, AP tests, placement tests)
- Student schedules
- Parent workshops on academic and college-related topics
- Conflict resolution/mediation
- Crisis intervention
- Test interpretation for parents and students
- Dual credit programs
Learn More About Our Service
The A+ Scholarship Program provides scholarship funds to eligible graduates of A+ designated high schools who attend a participating public community college, vocational/technical school, or certain private two-year vocational/technical schools. A+ students must graduate from an A+ certified high school with at least a 2.5 GPA, a 95% attendance record, and have completed at least 50 hours of tutoring.
Lutheran High School is a designated A+ school; therefore, LHS students are eligible to participate in the A+ program. More information is available here: