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West Lafayette
Jr./Sr. High School

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.
SOCIAL, EMOTIONAL, AND ACADEMIC RESOURCES

Click here to see our resources: https://sites.google.com/wl.k12.in.us/wlresources/home


New Student Enrollment Information for Grades 7-12

Complete these steps:
  1. Establish residency within WLCSC.  Go here to view the WLCSC map: http://www.wl.k12.in.us/info/school-boundaries
  2. Once you have a lease or purchase agreement, we will need a copy to keep in the student's file.
  3. Go here to complete the online enrollment form that is linked from this page: http://hs.wl.k12.in.us/info/enrollment-info
  4. Wait for an email or other contact from your student's counselor.  If you don't hear from anyone after one week, contact Mrs. Zink in the counseling office at 765-746-0418 or at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  5. Students who reside in Tippecanoe School Corporation (TSC) may request a tuition transfer. To start the application process, contact TSC at 765-474-2481 or visit their website: https://www.tsc.k12.in.us/about/welcome-to-tsc/enroll-now for more information.
Here is some more information for you to know:
  • We will ask for a copy of your child's birth certificate or passport.
  • We need a copy of your child's immunization record.

 

IYI TRIP TO COLLEGE TEXT ALERTS

Put a postsecondary pathway in the palm of your hand!  Students and parents are invited to join this free text-based program that is available to Indiana school partners and is already reaching almost 20,000 subscribers.

Students and the adults in their lives can receive three-to-four text messages per month that provide grade-specific tips for getting ready for success after high school. Messages address all postsecondary pathways (including two- and four-year colleges, career training and military service).  Texts include reminders (e.g. test and application deadlines) and resources (e.g. information about scholarships, financial aid and tips for time management and succeeding in school).

Many use the texts as prompts to stay connected and talking about the steps to make sure their dreams after high school graduation come true.

More information can be found here: https://www.iyi.org/college-career-counseling/trip-to-college-alerts