Lemont High School’s counseling program recognizes the individual needs and aspirations of each student. In order to help each student reach his or her individual goals, counselors meet periodically with students to help them develop and implement a career plan.
Counselors are available to assist students and parents in educational planning and career decisions. Information concerning college or careers is available by visiting the College & Career Center in the PPS Office. Students who want more information to prepare for additional educational or career opportunities after high school are encouraged to meet with a counselor.
A developmental career guidance curriculum, which encourages students to select a course of study that enhances their career and educational goals, is implemented by the counselors and regular education teachers. All vocational educational opportunities are offered to all students without regard to race, color, national origin, gender, disability, or other protected category.
The Counseling Office uses Career Cruising throughout students' careers to help put them on the right path. Click on one of the "Counseling Information" links on the right side of the page to learn how to sign up for Career Cruising.
More detailed information for the Counseling Office - including dates of visits from colleges, calendar of presentations, scholarship information - is available on the Counseling Office Haiku page.
2017-18 Course Selection
SAT 1600 Course Information
Student Transcript Request
Alumni Transcript Request
Counseling Information - Seniors
Counseling Information - Juniors
Counseling Information - Freshmen
Presentation to Senior Parents - Part I (August 2016)
Presentation to Senior Parents - Part II (August 2016)
Presentation to Senior Parents - Part III (August 2016)
"Conquering College Costs" Presentation (October 2016)
AP Credit Policy Information
PSAT Student Score Information
PSAT 8/9 Student Score Information
What's Next Illinois
College Scholarship Guide (Simple Dollar)
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)