Counseling Services

Anyone may get help any time.
Text HELPNOW to 20121 or call 1-800-662-3445 in Indiana / 1-800-273-TALK (8255) nation-wide

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.


Schedule changes for spring semester may only be made for the following reason:
- Your counselor made a mistake;
- Your fall semester grade in a year-long course wasn't high enough to continue into second semester;
- You took a class online, and it's still in your schedule;
- You want to drop a class for a study hall (if you don't already have a study hall);
- You want to drop study hall for a credited class (determined by space in that course);
- You want to drop something and add a class within the same period (determined by space in that course).
SCHEDULE CHANGES MUST BE REQUESTED BY 3:20 ON WEDNESDAY, JAN 10. After that, you may only drop a class for a study hall if you don't already have a study hall.


Complete these steps:
-  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.
-  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 ( 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.
-  Make an enrollment appointment ( 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.

Grades 7-8  Mr. Savulescu, School Counselor
Grades 9-12
A-G  Mrs. Sheffield, School Counselor and Director
H-O  Mrs. Gruss, School Counselor
P-Z  Miss Theaderman, School Counselor
All Grades  Mrs. Zink, Secretary and Registrar

All high school (credit-bearing) courses will participate in final exams on Monday, Dec 18 through Wednesday, Dec 20.  The exam schedule is available on the high school's main webpage.  Exams may not be taken early.  If a student has two exams scheduled at the same time or three exams scheduled in one day, s/he may take one of those tests during the Conflict Resolution period -- the final time slot on Wednesday, Dec 20.  All exam scheduling conflicts must be worked out between the student and the teacher.

Local scholarship applications are now available as Google forms and have been shared with your school email account.  If you have any trouble accessing or submitting them, see your counselor.  All applications are due by 4:00 on Thursday, Feb 1.

All seniors and their parents/guardians as well as juniors and their parents/guardians were invited to attend our annual meeting to kick off the college application season.  For anyone who was unable to attend or who wants to hear it all again, you may tune in at the following link:

*Unofficial transcripts can now be viewed under "Documents".  All Official copies must be requested through or by contacting Mrs. Zink in the Counseling Office.

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