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Career Center

Welcome! We can help.

Have questions about post-secondary education after high school? Come to the career center and find loads of helpful information to help direct you in the right direction.


Interested in attending college after high school?

Check the LSHS Career Center Google classroom (one for each grade) for information and directions about financial aid, college virtual visits, scholarships and more. Check your emails for details! If there is a particular school that you are interested in, please email Ms. LaFortune.

College - Career Center visits (Email Ms. LaFortune to

To Be Announced  -  we have already had many college visits, but if you would like to learn more about a college, university or tech school and speak to one of their admissions representatives, contact Ms. LaFortune

Application Procedures
An overview of the procedures/steps students and parents must take to apply to various types of schools.

College application deadlines vary, be sure to check application and financial aid due dates!

Here is a list of all Washington college application due dates

Learn more about occupations, colleges, universities, military and more!  Log into! Explore your options, map your future and track your progress, we use this as a tool to work on your High School and Beyond Plan each year here at LSHS. LSHS students can access this website using their individual and unique usernames and passwords, If you need help remembering your log in information, please email Ms. LaFortune.

College Board Online

The College Board is a resource for contributions to students and parents planning for higher education. This page has numerous valuable resources.

 Just For Students

College Bound Student Resources (PDF)
A list of useful links for college bound students. Has information about tests, the military, financial aid, and more!

Just For Parents

Technology Training Available To Entire Community. The district has subscribed to Atomic Learning, which provides thousands of short (generally 1 - 2 minute) videos that teach you how to use hundred of educational software tools. This service is free for parents (students will be receiving log in information at school, as appropriate). To get started, follow the simple steps below:

How To Log In: