Lockport Township High School is staffed with a variety of individuals who are trained and experienced in providing guidance and support to students. Guidance counselors, deans, school social workers, nurses, and school psychologists recognize that the social and emotional wellness of students is essential for learning. While students have many resources available to them, they have wellness lessons and mental health days they may utilize. Parents know their students best and they determine if their student is not physically or emotionally well enough to come to school. We want to partner with parents to always provide the best possible learning experience for our students.
💬 Need Support? Students can request an appointment with a guidance counselor or social worker.
📁 LTHS Guidance Staff Directory Families can also connect with counselors and social workers.
ACADEMIC SUPPORTGuidance Counselors advise students in choosing their classes each year. They can also assist students in developing study and organization skills. Students facing academic challenges can turn to counselors for additional resources and tutoring options.COLLEGE AND CAREER GUIDANCEPlanning one’s future can be intimidating. Counselors are available to guide students as they explore their interests and options. Students can get help with planning for higher learning, completing college applications, accessing financial aid, and preparing for the ACT and SAT.MENTAL HEALTH & COMMUNITY RESOURCESSometimes families need support that goes beyond the in-school resources available. Counselors and social workers can help students and families seeking services to deal with mental health, addiction, and a host of other crises and hardships.HEALTH SERVICESSchool nurses address major and minor health concerns experienced by students. They also maintain records for physicals and immunizations to ensure a safe environment within the school.VIRTUAL RELAXATION ROOMTake a moment to experience some simple techniques designed to reduce stress and anxiety. Produced as part of the Physical Education Department’s Resilient Youth curriculum in partnership with KidsMatter, these exercises are available for the benefit of students, staff, parents, and the community.