Libertyville High School counselors provide the following services to assist with the academic, career, and personal success of our students:
- Educational Planning
- Career and College Counseling
- Consultation and Counseling with Parents and Guardians
- Crisis Intervention
- Test Interpretation
- Referrals to Outside Agencies
- Collaboration with School Personnel
- Individual and Small Group Counseling
Counselor Documents and Publications
Counseling Department Philosophy
The mission of the LHS Counseling Department is to provide a comprehensive, developmental counseling program addressing the academic, career, and personal/social development of all students. School counselors are student advocates who provide support to maximize their students' personal growth, potential, and academic achievements. Partnering with other educators and family members, school counselors facilitate the support system to ensure all students are equipped with the knowledge and the skills to function as productive members of society.
To successfully implement the school counseling program at Libertyville High School, the counselors are committed to the following beliefs:
- All students will have access to the school counseling program.
- The school counseling program will be consistent with the expected developmental stages of learning.
- School counseling program activities will be planned and coordinated by the counseling staff.
- The school counseling department will be comprised of state-certifiied, masters-level counselors.
- Counselors will be available to all students to discuss academic, social and personal matters.
- All students will have access to information about occupational and education planning.
- A counselor's role is to create relationships to help families navigate the challenges of high school and make plans for the future.
- The student and parents are responsible for monitoring the student's educational progress with the assistance of a certified school counselor.
- Counselors are available to assist students and families in making decisions about academic planning and post-high school planning.
- Professional development is critical to maintain and enhance a high quality school counseling program.
- Building relationships is the key to being a successful student advocate, guide, and liaison between all members of the school community.