Counseling
Counseling

The LHS Counseling Program seeks to provide a high quality of services to students, parents and school staff created through our Student Services Center. The Center consists of four grade-level teams responsible for the academic advising, counseling, attendance, and discipline functions for each grade level, and students are assigned to a team according to grade level.  The team members follow the students from grade 9 through graduation.
 Counselors are available throughout the school day to assist ​students with academic, emotional, and social issues. Students may schedule appointments before or after school, at lunch, or between classes.
 Liberty counselors work with students, parents, and school staff by providing coordination, consultation, and counseling services.

  
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                     Freshmen Team: Class of 2024
Assistant Principal
Kelly Hoyle
234-2251
AP Secretary
Karla Teeples
​234-2202
​Grade 9 Counselor
Rosalie Kroeker
234-2234

​Sophomore Team: Class of 2023
Assistant Principal Michael Sibley ​234-2260
AP Secretary Marlene Heitzman
​234-2222
​Grade 10 CounselorAbby Domier-Bonnin
​234-2232

Junior Team: Class of 2022
Assistant Principal LiAnne Thiessen
​234-2251
AP Secretary Tami Graves
​234-2250
Grade 11 Counselor
Emily Davis
234-2231

Senior Team: Class of 2021         

Assistant Principal


Ivan Chambers

234-2218
AP Secretary
Crystal Ross
234-2201
Grade 12 Counselor
Samantha Sholts
234-2233
College & Career
​C&C Counselor
Stephanie Bickel
​234-2230
​C&C Secretary
​​Michelle Briggs​234-2240
TAG & AP
​TAG Coordinator
Judith Gaughan 234-2238
​AP Coordinator Ivan Chambers
234-2218
​Counseling SecretaryJulie Sandal​234-2248
​SAFE CounselorPatty Kramer
234-2234
 What does the school counselor do?
  • Individual counseling available for one–on-one meetings.  This provides a student or parent maximum privacy to explore ideas, feelings, and behaviors.
  • Scheduling of classes for each student.  We want to ensure students are meeting graduation and higher education requirements for college admission.
  • Large group guidance within the ICAP curriculum to assist students in developing academic and post high school plans.
  • Guidance for college/career planning. Information is provided and discussed through classroom guidance, class meetings,  and information nights. The LHS website includes a comprehensive college/career page.
  • Consultation with parents, students, teachers, administrators, outside community agencies, representatives from colleges, and military recruiters.
  • Coordinates with  school and community agencies.
  • Collaborates with others to gather information, mediate, plan and problem solve.
  • State/Post-Secondary testing which may include: PSAT 10, PSAT/NMSQT, ASVAB, CO state SAT, ACT.
  • ICAP college and career planning (Individual Career and Academic Planning).