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Counseling Services

Suicide Prevention

Anyone may get help any time.  Here are three ways:
  • Text HELPNOW to 20121
  • In Indiana, call 1-800-662-3445
  • Nationwide, call 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
If you need help or you want to help someone -- friend or stranger:
  • Tell an adult, or
  • Call/Text the hotline, or
  • Call 911.
Show someone you care.  Just ask if they're okay, and let them talk.  Listening is a powerful tool, and we're all capable of using it.


Wed, Sept 26 / 5:30 – 7:00 p.m.

Lafayette Jeff High School / Auxiliary Gym.

Grade 9-12 students and parents are welcome!

Before you go, visit this website to get a personalized barcode to simplify your college fair experience:

This barcode eliminates the need to complete handwritten inquiry cards at each table and allows you to focus more on engaging in meaningful conversations with college reps.  At the fair, the barcode can be scanned from either a printed page or from a phone screen.



*If you are in an AP Class and have not "joined" your AP Classroom at, please see your AP Teacher for the join code. 

*Remember: this is how you will register for your AP Exams!

*More information regarding exam orders and fees will be given later this month.

Class of 2019 Meeting

The annual Senior & Parent Night will be Wednesday, Aug 22 at 6:30 p.m. in the Howenstein Auditorium.  Students will receive a packet of materials to help with college applications.  Counselors will make a brief presentation before turning the program over to admissions personnel from IU, Purdue, and Wabash.  All class of 2019 and class of 2020 students and their parents are invited to attend.


Key Dates

  • First weeks of class: Teachers set up classes in the system and provide a “join” code to their students. Students create accounts in the system and use the join code to connect to their AP class and begin using the classroom resources.
  • November 1, 2018: Exam Fees due
  • November 15, 2018: AP Coordinator submits exam order
  • February 15, 2019: Exam fees due for classes that only meet 2nd semester
  • March 1, 2019: Deadline for late exam orders or exam cancellations.

“Join” Your AP Class by August 31st

  • Your teacher will give you the “join code” for the class. You’ll get a unique join code for each AP class you’re taking.
  • You’ll visit, and sign in with your College Board student account login.
  • You’ll enter the join code your teacher or AP coordinator gave you. After you confirm your enrollment, you’re all set!
  • You must be enrolled to be able to order your exam!

Make AP Exam Decision in the Fall

This year, AP Exams will be ordered in the fall. Be on the lookout for directions from Mrs. Gruss, your AP coordinator, for signing up for AP Exams.

New Student Enrollment Information for Grades 7-12

Complete these steps:
  1.  Establish residency.  You must live in the WLCSC corporation in order to send your child to this school.  Go here to view the map:  Once you have a lease or purchase agreement, we will need a copy to keep in the student's file.
  2.  Make an appointment for math placement (and language testing, if your student is not a native English speaker).  Your child will take one or two tests -- one to determine the math class and, if needed, one to determine English language abilities.  You may contact our registrar, Mrs. Jennifer Zink ( eMail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 765-746-0418), to set up those appointments.  When your child comes in for the first test, you should come also to get the enrollment forms.
  3. Make an enrollment appointment ( eMail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 765-746-0418).  Once we know the math (and English language) levels, we will be able to place your child in classes.  Please tell Mrs. Zink the name and address of your child's former school so that she may request records from them.
Here is some more information for you to know:
  • We need a copy of your child's birth certificate or passport.
  • We need a copy of your child's immunization record.
  • For those coming from out-of-country, we place students in the grade level that is age-appropriate, even if that grade level was completed already in another country.