Lexington High School 


JUNIOR STUDENT SEMINARS will begin the week of January 17th

Students meet with their counselors in small groups to review the following topics:
- Post-Secondary Planning and Options
- Naviance
- SAT / ACT   
- College Search Process
  Factors in Admissions and Finding Your Fit

If students have individual questions, as always, they can reach out to their counselor.

Junior Parent/Guardian Night

Lexington High School Auditorium

Monday, January 30th 6-8pm


The night will kickoff  with a welcome and brief introduction to our junior seminar curriculum as well as an overview of the career and college readiness tool, Naviance. Then, we will offer two different two sessions for you to choose from - one workshop is designed for those families new to the college admissions process and the other for families with experience in the college admissions process who are looking for a deeper understanding.


The Counseling Department looks forward to having you join us for this informative evening!


Counseling Program Information

Counseling Program
The counseling and guidance services at Lexington High School are provided by a nineteen-member department, including eleven school counselors, three Social Workers, and the LHS/K-12 Asst. Director, Manjula Karamcheti.  The staff is assisted by Administrative Asst., Brenda Bishop, and Secretary,  Joanne Tringale in their respective areas.  In addition, we have a Registrar,  Karen Hurley and Asst. Registrar, Jane Aronson.
Lexington High Counseling Department Mission Statement
The mission of the Counseling Department is to promote social/emotional, academic, and career development for all students. We help students to form healthy choices, to acquire a sense of civic responsibility, and to develop the skills necessary to realize their individual goals. Together, we support access and equity for all learners, embrace diversity, and encourage collaboration in our school and community.

Adopted January 7, 2008
Revised January 10, 2008

A counseling relationship requires an atmosphere of trust and confidence which must not be compromised by the counselor except where there is a clear and present danger to the counselee or to other persons. The school counselor may share information gained in the counseling process for essential consultation with other appropriate persons specifically concerned with the student.