Welcome to Lafayette High School’s
College and Career Center
Lafayette is a large, suburban high school where our families expect their children to excel, to go to college (92% of our students go to college upon graduation), and to lead successful lives. The single most important way to assure yourself the best choice is to lay a solid foundation from the very beginning. The College and Career Center website contains information to help you build this foundation.
CLASS OF 2018: Please make sure to review the information in the April newsletter regarding final paperwork, final decisions and more.
April 2018 LHS College Center Newsletter.pdf
CLASS OF 2019 and 2020:
With more than 4,000 colleges in the country, how does your child choose the right one and what can they do in high school to be prepared?
Join the discussion about what colleges are looking for, how your student can get in and how to pay for it. We'll also discuss the ACT/SAT, essays, choosing a major and more!
Plus, we'll share the one thing that your child should focus on to guarantee success in college and beyond and the secrets that colleges don't want you to know.
Some applications require our school code: 260 948
College and Career Center Staff
College and Career Counselors:
Mrs. Mary Buhr A-K email@example.com
Mrs. Cheryl Egan L-Z firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs. Donna Hagemeier email@example.com
PEERLIFT: A free-nonprofit organization that connects high school students of all backgrounds to a proven selection of exceptional opportunities for college (e.g. scholarships, summer programs, internships, study abroad opportunities, college fly-ins, and more). Check it out: https://peerlift.org/index.html.
All students will be valued and provided results-based instruction in the areas of Career, Academic, and Personal Social Development, through a comprehensive guidance program, as they acquire skills, abilities and attitudes that empower them to be lifelong contributing members of society.