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Class of 2023: Planning for Life After High School

Who Is My School Counselor?

A – E: Ms. Wiam Humadi          F – L: Ms. Beth Lumsden         M – R: Mr. Corbin Sheffels        S – Z: Ms. Koy Saechao

Class of 2023 Graduation Requirements:

Complete 26.0 credits total:

4.0 – English

3.0 – Math

3.0 – Social Studies

3.0 – Sciences

1.5 – PE

0.5 – Health

1.0   – Fine Arts

1.0   – CTE

9.0 – Electives

Complete a Graduation Pathway:



CTE Pathway

Complete High School & Beyond Plan:

Yearly grade specific activities in Xello

Community Service:

20 hours minimum, must complete form

*Planning on a 4-year university after high school?

In addition to grad requirements student may need to take these specific classes:


Chemistry and/or Physics


Senior year math-based quantitative course*

Fine Arts:

2.0 credits, verify with your counselor regarding specific classes

World Language:

2 years of the same language is required, some universities recommend 3 years

Check individual university admission’s website for their specific requirements!

Need an Official High School Transcript?

Fill out the “Transcript Request Form” on the LHS Counseling webpage and send request to

What is Xello?

In addition to High School & Beyond Plan activities, Xello provides resources for students to explore careers and post high school options, search for colleges, and find scholarships.

Where Should My Student Apply?

If a student is applying to a 4-year university, we recommend applying to 1-2 schools in each of the following categories:

Safety = your academic credentials fall WELL above the average range for freshman applying. Still, there are no guarantees.

Match = your credentials are at or exceed the average range for freshman applying. It’s a good, competitive match for you.

Dream School Reach = your credential falls short of the average range for freshman applying. It’s a long shot you will get in…


The LHS Opportunity Center (College & Career Center) provides many resources to help students navigate their post high school options. Resources cover a wide range of services from career exploration to college planning, scholarships, volunteer opportunities, military visits, and even employment opportunities. Go visit Ms. Park, Mr. Blair-Kimber, Mr. Clarence or check their website!

How Do I Access Financial Aid? (Grants, Scholarships, Loans & Work-study)?

Fill out the free FAFSA application

Fill out the free WASFA application

*Note: Fill out ONLY one application, not both. See Ms. Park or counselors if you need help to determine which application to apply.

Look for scholarships:

Visit the Opportunity Center


Check individual colleges for specific Financial Aid deadlines, scholarships & grant opportunities.

Does Your Student Need a Letter of Recommendation?

Students need to provide a copy of their resume to their teachers or school counselor 2-3 weeks prior to the deadline of the university they are applying to.

Potential Senior Year Financial Obligations

  • College Application Fees
  • AP Exam Fees 
  • College in the High School Credit Fees
  • Transcript Fee
  • High School Fines
  • Senior Photos
  • Cap & Gown Orders (graduation announcements, etc.)
  • Yearbook
  • Prom

*Please contact your student’s counselor regarding financial assistance if needed