|Student Services Staff
Note: Students in grades 10-12 are assigned
to a high school counselor by the student's last name.
|Bethany Wallace||A - LA (grades 10, 11 and 12)|
|Stacy Glowacki||LE - Z (grades 10, 11 and 12)|
|Amber Barber||9th Grade Students|
|Career Development Facilitator|
|General Education Social Worker|
|Student Services Data Processor|
The Student Services Office at South Lyon High School is staffed with three guidance counselors who work with students individually, or in groups, on matters relating to college, career planning, student scheduling, and personal social adjustment. Students and parents are encouraged to consult with counselors so that plans can be formulated which take into account the students' interests, abilities and achievements. Counselors work closely with administrators, teachers, parents, and students to ensure that the South Lyon High School experience will be a positive one for all involved.
South Lyon High School utilizes an electronic transcript service called Parchment. To request a transcript, current and former students will visit www.parchment.com, create an account then place an order for their transcript to be sent to their selected destination. The "Order My Transcript" button below will take you directly to the Parchment site. If you would like more information, here is a guide that you might find helpful: Parchment - Quick Start Guide.
- Current SLHS Students:
- SLHS Graduates:
You may order your transcripts through Parchment (click on the button above to go to the Parchment website) or by faxing or emailing your request to SLHS Student Services. (Fax: 248-486-4057; email: email@example.com) When faxing or emailing your request, the following information must be included:
- Full name (include current name and name you graduated under, if different)
- Birth date
- Graduation year
- Address where you would like the transcript to be mailed
- Phone number where you may be contacted
Click here to view Counselor Presentation to Juniors on The College Process
New! Welcome to our debut issue of the Student Services Newsletter! The purpose of this newsletter is to enable a more-informed connection between Student Services and our students and parents.
Future Senior Parent Night - Thursday, January 18, 2018
Click on the following links for the handouts and presentations from this event:
- Handouts provided at "Future Senior Parent Night" - January 18, 2018
- "Why Community College?" - presentation by Schoolcraft College Admissions Representatives
- Financial Aid Presentation - EMU Director of Financial Aid
Post-Secondary Planning: 10 Things to Start Planning and Prepping for College Application Success
- NCAA DI Academic Requirements
- NCAA DII Academic Requirements(updated 01/08/2016)
- NCAA DII 2018 NEW Academic Requirements
SAT Preparation - Linking your Khan Academy account
Instructions for linking your student Khan
Academy account with College Board for
purposes of SAT preparation and score
SAT/ACT: Comparison of Major Features of the MI College Entrance Exams
Series: "Teens Using Drugs:
What to Do & What to Know"
Dawn Farm Outpatient, Community
Corrections, and Youth and
Family Services Program
Free, ongoing 2-part program
offered the first and second Tuesdays
(Part 1 & 2, respectively) during Oct,
Nov and Jan-June, from 7:30-9:00pm.
Location: St. Joseph Mercy Hospital
Education Center, 5305 Elliott Dr, Ypsilanti.
Contact: Ray Dalton (734-821-0216;
Information for Teens
Information for Parents
Information for Parents
Marijuana TalkKit - What you need to know
to talk to your teen about marijuana