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Guidance / Counseling Center

    The mission of the Lebanon High School Counseling Department is to support the academic, career, and personal/social development of all students. Through individual and group counseling and collaboration with school, home, and community, we foster responsible decision-making. We strive to help students realize their full academic and personal potential as lifelong learners and global citizens.

    The Counseling Office at Lebanon High School is a very active and busy place. Counselors spend time meeting with students discussing academics, college and career plans, and social/emotional needs. Counselors also build student schedules, present college and career information to students in classrooms, assist students with 4-year planning, serve as advisors for clubs, and organize large events such as College Knowledge Nights, PSAT testing, AP Testing, 8th grade Curriculum Night, Financial Aid Nights, Senior Awards and MORE.



Rhonda Restau, LHS Registrar,

Phone 541-259-8815 (direct) or 541-451-8555 x1052

Records Request - send to Fax 541-451-8550 or email to Registrar




How to order a LBCC transcript and get your college now credits transferred

LBCC College Now Link

How to sign up for College Now



Students and parents need to apply for a FSA ID by going to  The FSA is how you will electronically sign your FAFSA.  To complete the FAFSA, please go to The FAFSA opened on October 1so please try to apply during the month of October – the sooner, the better!



Attached is information on the Oregon Promise It is open at this time!  Any student planning to attend college, whether it is a two year or four year, should complete the Oregon Promise application.  For those of you planning to attend a 4 year college, good for you, but have a Plan B (Oregon Promise).  Please be aware that completion of the FAFSA is required for the Oregon Promise.  Below is the link to the Oregon Promise online application.



How to Get Started at Linn-Benton Community  College (LBCC)


LBCC to OSU Degree Partnership Program

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16  6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

LBCC'S Albany Campus, Calapooia Center CC-211

Learn how students can attend LBCC, then ease into OSU and save money with dual enrollment. OSU and LBCC staff will present information on the Degree Partnership Program.

flyer from LBCC



THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2017 8:30 AM - 2:00 PM

flyer from LBCC



Oregon CIS (Career Information system)

Lebanon High School

Below is information on how to login to the CIS or you may print instructions PDF.

User Name:  parentexplore
Password:  collegeready1
Portfolio: "Welcome Parent Screen"

This information is provided to you for exploration of the CIS website only. Please do not save any information to this site.

The Oregon Career Information System (CIS) is a comprehensive on-line resource for students in grades 7-12, college students and adults who are interested in exploring their career options.

In addition to career and education information, it also includes all the necessary resources for completing Oregon's career-related, diploma requirements.

Students can document all aspects of these requirements in their on-line CIS portfolio.

Navigating the Education Plan and Profile in the Oregon Career Information System.


  • EPP = Education Plan and Profile
    "Assists students in pursuing their personal, education and career interests and post-high school goals". - Oregon Department of Education
  • Oregon CIS = Career Information Systems - University or Oregon copyright
  • Career Planning Portfolio = Where the career and college exploration work done on CIS system is stored. Portfolios are personalized for each student.

Where to Look For:

The Career Planning Portfolio:

  1. On the main high school home page, go to the upper right hand corner and click on the blue "Go to My Career Planning Portfolio".
  2. The categories in the portfolio are: "My Plan", "My Course Planner", "My Education and Work History", "My Career-Related Learning", "My Assessments and Sorts", "My Favorites", "My Files and Links", "My Messages", "My Personal Information", and "My Learning Express".
  3. The portfolio is where all work done in CIS from 7th - 12th grade is stored. "My Plan" has the education plan activities that each grade level completes. Click on one of the tabs across the page to explore each category. The worksheets and activities are described in the left-hand side categories that begin with a question, such as: "Who Am I?", "Where Am I Going?" and/or "How Do I Get There?".

College and Training Information:
On the left-hand side of the Lebanon High School home page, under Education & Training, click on the category you are interested in to find out further information about college or training programs that you are interested in. Also, "School Sort" under Exploration Tools will allow you to select and compare schools.

Occupation Information:
On the upper left-hand side of the Lebanon High School Home Page, under Occupations & Employment, employment information is listed. Select a category and find detailed information about career interests and jobs.

The Parent Resource category is located on the lower right-hand side of the screen. Click on the category for parent information

  • The Site Resources category on the lower right hand side of the screen has tutorials for topics in the CIS system.


College Knowledge NightS

Lebanon High School will host a series of College Knowledge Nights on the following nights.  All College Knowledge Nights are in the LHS Library,  A flier listing all College Knowledlge Nights is attached below. CKN Flier

2016-2017 College Representative Visitations to LHS

2016-2017 Senior Meeting Dates

2016-2017 Scholarships, Opportunities, & Contests

2016-2017 Postsecondary Info



SOC is an acronym for Scholarships, Opportunities and Contests.  The SOC list is updated periodically and sent out via email.

2016-2017 SOC

As Of 02-24-17


To fill out any of the following PDF scholarship applications, please do the following:


> Dowload the application.

> Save it to your desktop.

> Close the PDF.

> Open the application on your desktop.

> Select TOOLS on the task bar.

> Select FILL & SIGN.


Please be aware that the PDF will not "word wrap" so when you get to the end of a line, you must go to the beginning of the next line before you continue typing.


Once you have completed the application and compiled all of the requirement documentation, submit your "packet" to Michele Burd in the LHS Counseling Center.


Alta Ballew Scholarship

Class Of 1946 Scholarship

     Cover Sheet


Charles & Hazel Cline Memorial Scholarship

     Cover Sheet


Curt & Margaret Uschmann Memorial Scholarship

     Cover Sheet


Dean Cole Memorial & LUHS Class Of 1968 Scholarship

     Cover Sheet


     Financial Summary

Eye 2 Eye Vision Care Scholarship

     Cover Sheet


Eyecare Associates Scholarship

     Cover Sheet/Application

Junior Optimist Youth Attitude Scholarship

     Cover Sheet


Lebanon Aquatic District Employee Scholarship

     Cover Sheet


Lebanon Education Association Scholarship

     Cover Sheet


Lebanon Schools Foundation Scholarships (15)

     Cover Sheet


LSF McDaniel Optimist Scholarship

     Cover Sheet


LSF Edward & Mary Woods Memorial Scholarship

     Cover Sheet


Matthew Graves Memorial Scholarship

     Cover Sheet


Odd Fellow Scholarship

Christine Smith/Pearl Rebekah Scholarship

     Cover Sheet



Added 01-27-17

John & Carol Dinges Medical Scholarship

     Cover Sheet


     Application Guidelines

East Linn Masonic Lodge Scholarship

     Cover Sheet


George Henderson Memorial Scholarship (Kiwanis)

     Cover Sheet


Lebanon Education Support Professionals Association Scholarship

     Cover Sheet



Added 02-08-17

Alpha Delta Kappa Scholarship

    Cover Sheet



For additional information on any of the above items, please contact Michele Burd at 541.451.8555, extension 1022 or by email at Michele.Burd@


Oregon Promise 

What is the Oregon Promise? The Oregon Promise provides grants to new high school graduates and GED® recipients who will begin community college classes in Fall 2017. This grant program is administered by the Office of Student Access and Completion (OSAC) in Oregon’s Higher Education Coordinating Commission (HECC).


Scholarship Checklist

Follow these steps when applying for a scholarship:

  1. Research applicable scholarships.
  2. Organize scholarships by deadlines.
  3. Review the scholarships’ requirements.
  4. Set up interviews. (if required)
  5. Prepare a portfolio. (if required)
  6. Request reference letters. (Many sponsors will want them. Make sure you give your references adequate time to prepare. You will most likely receive a better quality reference this way.)
  7. Request or print any special application forms.
  8. Fill out first application (in chronological order by deadline).
  9. Research and write essay. (if applicable)
  10. Review and edit all areas of an application.
  11. Make copies of all pieces of application.
  12. Submit application in requested form (electronic, mail, etc.).
  13. Check with sponsor to verify receipt of your application including all documents.
  14. Move on to the next chronological application in line.


SAT / ACT Information

It is very important that your senior register to take either the SAT or ACT if he/she wants to attend a college/university next year.  You can register for each of the tests on-line at:

Lebanon High School's CEEB code for both the SAT and ACT is 380590.

Here is a resource for prepping for the ACT or SAT


ASPIRE (Access To Student Programs In Reach Of Everyone)

This is a proactive strategy to encourage students who do not see education beyond high school as an option and might otherwise not seek out the resources available to them. The ASPIRE program at Lebanon High School is looking for volunteers.  The program is designed to connect students with varying degrees of interest with volunteer advisors who will assist them with college and career planning. They will also assist with other topics such as financial aid and scholarship applications. It is a wonderful opportunity to make an impact in a student's life and to learn about the college application process. Volunteers are required to receive training and meet with their assigned students on a regular basis. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, contact Michele Burd at 541.451.8555, extension 1022 or by email at



The FAFSA becomes available on October 1 each year, and there are different deadlines for different programs. 


Students and parents need to apply for a FSA ID by going to  The FSA is how you will electronically sign your FAFSA.  To complete the FAFSA, please go to The FAFSA opened on October 1 so please try to apply during the month of October – the sooner, the better!


Contact Information
LHS Counselors & sTAFF

Michele Burd

Administrative Secretary

Phone: 541.451.8555, ext. 1022

Email:  Michele Burd


Rhonda Restau


Phone: 541.451.8555, ext. 1052

Fax: 541.451.8550

Email:  Rhonda Restau


Jessica Rist
Freshmen (Class of 2020)

Sophomores (Class of 2019)
Phone: 541.451.8555, ext. 1010
Email:Jessica Rist


Wendy Anderson
Juniors (Class of 2018)

Seniors (Class of 2017)
Phone: 541.451.8555, ext. 1031

  Email: Wendy Anderson

Patricia Martinez
Social Worker, Student Services
Phone: 541.451.8555, ext. 1032

  Email: Patricia Martinez

Amanda Sasaki-Skopp
Credit Recovery, Student Services
Phone: 541.451.8555, ext. 1035

  Email: Amanda Sasaki-Skopp