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Guidance Office

The mission of Lincoln Lutheran’s Guidance department is to provide a comprehensive program that addresses the academic, career, personal, social, emotional and spiritual development of all students. The Guidance Director works in partnership with parents/guardians, staff, and community to enable all students to become successful lifelong learners, productive citizens and faithful disciples of Jesus Christ.


College Visits

Things to Consider Regarding Off-Campus College Visits

College visits are vital to students making appropriate choices for their educational undertaking. Consider contacting a college or university of interest if you and your student will be in the area. Campus visits are typically set up through the institution's admissions office and contact information will likely be available online through the school's website. Think of questions you have about programs offered, financial aid, activities, living arrangements, and any other aspect of campus life that will inform your decision and request more information during your visit.

Please remember that a post-secondary institution that was the perfect fit for a family member may not be the best choice for your son or daughter.

Lincoln Lutheran's Policy: Off-Campus College Visits

Lincoln Lutheran allows up to three college visits sanctioned by the high school during the senior year. The amount of time for those visits is to be worked out through the guidance and principal's office.

Students will need to request a Planned Absence Form, commonly referred to as a Blue Sheet, from the office and follow the guidelines prior to a college visit.

College Representatives at Lincoln Lutheran

Some area colleges and universities may send representatives to the Lincoln Lutheran campus. Please read the announcements for dates and times of college visits and talk to your student about meeting with representatives of institutions they may be interested in attending.


Student Opportunities

Lincoln Electrical Joint Apprenticeship and Training program

Lincoln Electrical offers several different "Earn-While-You-Learn" opportunities for students interested in the electrical industry or a career as a skilled electrician. Students must be 17 years old to apply and 18 to enter the program. Must be a high school graduate. For more information about these apprenticeship programs go tohttp://www.lincolnelectricaljatc.org/.