Department of Defense Education Activity
Student Services

Counseling Services

School counselors are available to help students develop strategies to deal with educational, personal, and social challenges that may occur within the educational process.

The following services are offered through the counseling office:

  • Orientation with incoming students through the S2S (Student to Student)
  • Assistance with course selections
  • Coordination of testing
  • Personal counseling
  • Academic and college counseling
  • Scholarship assistance
  • Military recruitment

Counselor for 9th and 12th Grade> - Kara Mittenzwey

Counselor for 10th and 11th Grade> - Russ Wendling

The Guidance Department is located in building 816 (main building) room 100. If a student wishes to see his/her counselor, he/she may make an appointment or drop in during the school day. Students and parents can also make appointments with the counselors to review school records, discuss concerns, or liaison between teachers.

The counselors are also the referral agents for the school to the various DoDEA and community resources. A School Psychologist also serves Lakenheath High School. Appointments with counselors can be made by calling 226-3115.

Students and parents are invited to visit Lakenheath High School's College and Career Readiness and Support Site. This site provides information and access to materials related to colleges/universities admission, testing, financial aid, and career exploration.