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Meet the LCHS Counselors
22 years in Education
5 years in Education
Freshmen and Sophomore Counselor
12 years in Education
Bachelors of Science in Math Education from Campbellsville University
Masters in Math Education from Eastern Kentucky University
Masters in School Counseling from University of the Cumberlands
SOPHOMORES: Click on the link below to see more information
Click for more information on: Craft Academy Information Sheet
Students who wish to attend the Craft Academy must meet certain requirements and apply for the program. Students are selected based on ACT and SAT scores, academic grades from their first two years of high school, interest in advanced STEM careers, responses to application essay questions, interview by the Academy Selection Committee and recommendations from teachers and others who can attest to the student’s need and preparedness for the program.
To be eligible to attend the Craft Academy, you must:
- Be a current resident of the state of Kentucky
- Be a high school sophomore
- Complete Geometry, Algebra and Algebra II by the end of your sophomore year
- Score a minimum ACT score of 18 in English, 22 in reading, and 22 in math
Juniors: Washington Youth Tour
Inter County RECC is accepting applications for an all-expense paid trip to Washington, D.C., June 9-16, to juniors between the ages of 16-18 and whose primary residence receives electric service from South KY RECC. Student must complete the application with an attached transcript and college resume. Applications are available in the guidance office. Completed applications and essays are due in the guidance office by March 6.
Juniors: Washington Youth Tour
South KY RECC is accepting applications for an all-expense paid trip to Washington, D.C., June 9-16, to juniors between the ages of 16-18 and whose primary residence receives electric service from South KY RECC. Student must complete a typed essay of 500 words on the subject "Why I want to represent South Kentucky RECC in Washington, D.C." and complete the application available in the guidance office. Completed applications and essays are due in the guidance office by March 6.
Murray State Univeristy's Commonwealth Honors Academy is accepting applications for the 2017 summer program. The program will be held June 10 - July 1. Upon completion of the program, students will:
- Receive 6 hours of college credit
- have the opportunity to take 6 additional hours of tuition free courses at Murray State their senior year.
- be awarded a four year $2,000 scholorship for housing at Murray State
In order to qualify, students must have completed their junior year of high school, have an ACT composite of 25, and have an unweighted GPA of 3.5.
Applications are available at the following link http://www.murraystate.edu/cha
Applications must be postmarked by March 1, 2017 and applicants will be notified if they are accepted in April.
Lincoln County Area Technology Center WorkKeys testing link:
LCHS WorkKeys testing link:
Fresmen and Sophomores
The EKU Upward Bound Program is currently recruiting new members. If you are interested in applying for this program, stop by the Guidance Office to pick up an application. Completed applications can be returned to Mrs. Releford in the guidance office.
How to request your final Transcript through Parchment
Seniors - if you are attending college in the fall you MUST send your final highschool transcript to your college after you graduate. If you would like to set this up now so you don't have to worry about it this summer, follow the steps in the link below and your transcript will automatically be sent once final grades are posted to your transcipt.
Has Your College Bound Senior Completed the FAFSA?
On October 1, the 2017-18 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) became available. Completing the FAFSA is critical to students getting access to more than $134 billion in grants, loans, and work-study funds. Moreover, it is free, quick (on average, taking about 20 minutes), and easy.
Freshmen and Sophomores
EKU Upward Bound Program
The EKU Upward Bound Program is designed to assist either first generation college students or students who are unable to pay for college. The program provides academic support, assistance applying for college, educational trips and many other life broadening experiences. The Upward Bound Program is recruiting current freshman and sophomore participants. Interested students should pick up an application in the guidance center or visit http://www.upwardbound.eku.edu.