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Counseling Department

We strive to provide comprehensive school counseling services to all Lake Middle High School students and their families. Feel free to contact your counselor with any questions or concerns about (but not limited to) the following:

Course Selection/Scheduling
College Planning/ACT/SAT testing
Career Planning/Career Tech options
Social/Emotional concerns

Students:  Request to see your school counselor by email.

Parents: If you need to make an appointment to see a counselor, please contact the counseling office at 330-877-4285 (grades 10, 11, 12) or 330-877-4299 (grades 7, 8, 9).



2023 Summer Programs are now available for registration!

All information is in the 2023 Summer Programs Module in Canvas - click here.  See your school counselor for information.  This is also posted on the LMHS News Page - Summer Central - click here.




The Youth Leadership Summer Program is a one-week interactive experience that allows high school students to connect with Stark County and the people, places, and vision propelling it ahead. They will learn about Stark County through interactions with local leaders and community stewards as well as touring interesting sites and projects.  Students will also learn how to collaborate, develop leadership skills and discover how they can get involved in their community now!

Informational Flyer 

Click here for important dates for the 2022-2023 school year. 



FAFSA is now open to fill out - this will let you know if you are eligible for government grants and/or loans. The FAFSA website direct link can be found HERE

Go HERE for resources regarding the FAFSA 

Make the ACT part of your college journey today! 

The ACT can help you stand out on applications and qualify for scholarships and specific majors.  Take advantage of testing now and cross a big "to-do" item off your list.  You can find this information under "Testing" as well.  


The University of Akron is excited to be part of the series, "The College Tour".  The episode is available on a variety of platforms including prime video, apple tv, etc.  You can also watch the episode or student stories through this link - The College Tour: The University of Akron, OH (uakron.ed)

One of our graduates, Owen Pinion, is highlighted in the episode.  

The Canton Student Loan Foundation provides low interest student loans to Stark County graduates who have and maintain at least a 2.00 GPA and who are pursuing post high school education or training on a full-time basis. Qualified applicants can borrow each academic year up to a total maximum loan of $16,000. Typically, students start borrowing at $4,000 per year but can get more if they are a college sophomore, junior or senior when you start borrowing. 

They want to be available to the students, when needed, so they are leaving their application portal open through the year.  There is no deadline to apply. 

Their website is ( or their office (330.493.0020).