LCHS-North Counseling Office
Students are assigned to a counselor according to their last name. You may contact any of the counselors by telephone at 586-493-5270, then enter the appropriate ext. number or by email.
Parchment - L'Anse Creuse High School North has partnered with Parchment to order and send your transcript and other credentials securely.
To access other record information, fill out the Transcript Request Form. Please be sure to print and verify that all of the appropriate information is provided. Please be sure to state in the Reason Section the name of the scholarship if the request is for a scholarship. Also please state the name of the college and contact information for where you are requesting the transcript to be sent.
Lastly, also include your contact information in case there are any questions that need to be addressed.
Foreign exchange program
ASSE International Student Exchange Program - information on the foreign exchange program
Online registration begins on Monday, Jan. 15, 2018. All students must complete the online application (see registration link below) in order take an AP exam. The cost of each exam is $100. (Students who receive free/reduced lunch will have a fee reduction for each exam.) Payment can be made online at the time of registration with a credit/debit card. The payment stub that can be printed at the end of the on-line registration process explains how to mail in a personal check/cashier's check/money order for payment. If you have any questions, please email Ann Merkel.
- Registration: January 15-February 28, 2018
- Late Registration: March 1-7, 2018 ($10 late fee)
Course Syllabi and Teacher information
- AP Language and Composition Teacher - John Alwardt Grade levels - 11, 12
- AP English Lit. and Comp. Teacher - Kathleen Reifert Grade levels - 12
- AP Biology Teacher - Aimee Cesarz Grade levels - 10, 11, 12
- AP Chemistry Teacher - Sara Strozewski Grade levels - 11, 12
- AP Physics 1 Teacher - Grade levels - 10, 11, 12
- AP Physics 2 Teacher - Grade levels - 11, 12
- AP Enviromental Science Teacher - Heather Blanks - Grade levels - 10, 11, 12
- AP U.S. History Teacher - Mark Mignot Grade levels - 10, 11, 12
- AP Government and Politics Teacher - Grade levels - 10, 11, 12
- AP Economics Teacher - Mike Lynch Grade levels - 10, 11, 12
- AP World History Teacher - Terry Ebury Grade levels - 11, 12
- AP Human Geography Teacher - Grade levels - 9, 10, 11, 12
- AP Psychology Teacher - Grade levels - 11, 12
Honor Cord Colors
- Art ~ Light Green
- Band ~ Dark Green
- Business ~ Royal Blue
- English ~ White
- Life Management ~ Teal
- Mathematics ~ Purple
- Mu Alpha Theta ~ Purple & Gold
- National Art Honor Society - Rainbow
- Quill and Scroll ~ Royal Blue & Gold
- Science ~ Burgundy
- Senior Honors Project ~ Light Blue
- Social Studies ~ Navy Blue
- Student Council ~ Silver
- Technology Education ~ Burnt Orange
- Vocal Music ~ Pink
- World Language ~ Red
- Community Service Cord~ Red, White & Blue - Over 80 Hours Are Required
Honor Cord Criteria (updated 09/2017) - Requirements for each honor cord
Honor Cord Application Complete one application for each honor cord, instructions can be found on Page 2 of the application. DEADLINE: March 29th, 2:30 p.m.
Potential College Athlete Guide
In order to play college sports, you must be eligible through the NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) or the NAIA (National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics). Here are the steps to help you through the process of initial eligibility.
- Talk with your coach about your interest in playing college sports.
- Determine if you will play for a NCAA or a NAIA college.
- Check the minimum eligibility requirements.
- Count your Core high school classes taken. Schedule your classes to meet NCAA Division 1 eligibility requirements.
- Calculate your Core GPA. Retake classes to raise your core GPA (if needed).
- Retake the ACT or SAT to meet the minimum requirements (if needed).
- Decide which college you will sign to play with.
- Complete an online application to the college of your choice.
- Create a Parchment account to view and send your transcripts.
- Register with NCAA.org or playNAIA.org.
- Request your ACT or SAT scores be sent directly to NCAA or NAIA.
- Request your transcripts be sent to NCAA or NAIA.
Senior Honors Project
- What is a Senior Honors Project?
- Who may participate?
- Example Placements.
- How does it work?
- What are the benefits?
To find out more, check out this link below to open up a document with general info regarding this great opportunity for qualifying senior students.
Students on academic or attendance probation will not be approved for participation in the Senior Honors Project.
Current info for the Class of 2018
Oakland University Summer Career Camps (ages 14-18) including skill-building activities and team exercises, hands-on field trips to local companies, and dynamic discussions with industry professionals, OU faculty, staff and students.
- Career Exploration Camp (June 25-29) at Mount Clemens OU Anton/Frankel Center (8 am - 3 pm), cost is $165
- Healthcare Professions Camp (July 9-12 or August 13-16) at OU Rochester Campus, (9 am - 3 pm), cost is $225 (transportation available from Mt. Clemens OU Anton/Frankel Center)
- Criminal Justice Camp (July 16-18) at OU Anton/Frankel Center in Mt. Clemens (8 am - 3 pm), cost is $130
- Engineering & Computer Science Camp (July 30-August 3), at OU Anton/Frankel Center in Mt. Clemens (8 am - 3 pm), cost is $185
CSI: Davenport University is hosting a Summer Forensics Science Camp, July 9-13, 9am-4pm. This is a FREE camp limited to 20 students, so DON'T DELAY, if you're interested. You must apply on-line.
Motion Picture Institute High School Summer Programs in Troy, Michigan. The Acting Camp runs from July 16-20, 2018, and the Film Camp runs from July 23-27, 2018. Camps run Monday-Friday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Kettering University Pre-College Programs 2018 is offering several interesting programs this summer including the following:
- Academically Interested Minds (AIM), 5-week residential program (July 5-August 3), for multicultural students in the class of 2019, who are interested in science, technology, engineering, math and business. No fee to apply, but $500 program fee, if selected; deadline to apply is April 16, 2018.
- Computer Engineering (Part I, July 23-27), (Part II, July 30-August 3), residential or day programs available, fees vary accordingly.
- Doctor for a Day (grades 10-12), October 27, 2018, 9:30am-2:30pm, $75/student + one parent/guardian, $45/student only.
- First Robotics Summer Camps: Programs/grades/dates/fees vary, please see website.
- LITE (Lives Improve Through Engineering), 2-week residential program for young women from class of 2019, July 15-27, 2018. Application deadline is May 7th.
- Math Olympiad, November 17, 2018, 9:30am-2:30pm, FREE.
- Personal Finance Camps, days/fees vary.
- Vex Robotics, July 23-27, 9:30am-3:30pm, $400
Lawrence Technological University summer camps in 2018 - run by professors, who will introduce you to the latest innovations in modern labs and studios using state-of-the-art equipment.
Space is limited, so if you're interested, don't delay!
If you are interested in having your student work with a private tutor, please contact your student's counselor directly.
Counseling Office Staff
Eileen Clark, ext.1216
Counselor, E - L
Danielle Kelly, ext. 1206
Counselor, M - R
Ann Merkel, ext. 1222
Counselor, S - Z
Kim Criner, ext. 1208
Dawn Slosson, ext. 1207
Julie Hauff, ext. 1221
Student Records, Student CA60 Files, Transcripts