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Multi-Scholarship Application Packets Are Now Available
These are Primarily Local Scholarship Opportunities
See Mrs. Daigle With Questions

Handouts Available Through These Links

(October 6, 2016)

See which colleges have representatives visiting LHS 
from the College Affordability Guide

College bound seniors:  
Click HERE for a listing of scholarship opportunities available 

Remember to keep a close watch on Naviance under the Scholarships tab for scholarship opportunities.

The School Counseling Office now has new editions of the resource books listed below. 

Students are encouraged to use these resource books in the counseling office. 

College Board College Handbook 2017
Barron's Profiles of American Colleges
Fiske Guide to Colleges 2017
Peterson's Guide to Two-Year Colleges
Colleges That Pay You Back (Princeton Review)
Kaplan's SAT Premier 2017 w/Practice Tests
What Color is Your Parachute? 2017
Student Athlete's Guide to Getting Recruited
Kock 'Em Dead 2016: The Ultimate Job Search Guide
Knock 'Em Dead Job Interview Guide
ASVAB Premier 2017-2018
The Official Guide to the HiSET Exam
The College Application Essay (College Board)
Campus Visits & Interviews (College Board)
Up Your Score SAT 2017-2017 
            The Underground Guide to 
Outsmarting "The Test"

Find scholarship opportunities!
Visit Naviance or stop by
the School Counseling Department

~  To reach a counselor's direct extension please dial 603.448.2055  ~

    Ms.   Beth Sprague               Grades 9 - 12      A - D        ext. 2010
    Mrs. Anne Evensen              Grades 9 - 12      E - K         ext. 2008

    Mrs. Margy Grigsby              Grades 9 - 12      L - R        ext. 2009
    Ms.   Marceny Bourne         Grades 9 - 12      S - Z         ext. 2007

The School Counseling Department at Lebanon High School is here to assist families and students during their high school years and in planning for the future. 

For planning, students and families have an individual
Family Connection account.  Please ask your student for their Family Connection access information or call the
School Counseling Office at 603.678.8138 and ask for your child's School Counseling counselor.

For general questions and information please contact:
Michele Daigle,
School Counseling Department, Administrative Assistant
Direct Line:  603.678.8138  or  603.448.2055  ext. 2006   
Fax:  603-678-8136 or

SAT Information:  

Juniors and seniors register for the SAT at  Be sure to bring with you on test day, your admission ticket and a picture ID.  The SAT Photo ID requirements are strict.  Please follow them carefull
2016-2017 SAT Dates (Saturdays Only)
May 6
June 3 (possible alternative test date for 6/4 ~ request pending)

Register at for the SAT and SAT Subject Tests
On test day check-in begins @ 7:15 a.m.  Testing starts promptly at 8:00 a.m. 

For information about the SAT, PSAT, AP or ACT, please
see your School Counselor.

For the first time ever, Khan Academy has teamed up with the creators of the SAT to create personalized SAT practice for anyone, anywhere. In March 2016, the SAT was changed. You can prepare for it on Khan Academy—for free. Obtain personalized practice recommendations and instant feedback on how you're doing. There's also a short video about the new SAT.