Lansing Catholic’s Counseling Staff offer a variety of opportunities for students, including: four-year plan design, career and college planning, personal counseling referrals, crisis counseling, developing plans for students with special needs, arranging student tutoring, and moderating communication between students and teachers or families.
Counseling Office Staff:
Mrs. Joanne Westfall, MA, LPC
Guidance Counselor for students whose last name begins with A-K
Ms. Renée Nichols, MA, LPC
Guidance Counselor for students whose last name begins with L-Z
Testing and Tutoring
Mrs. Brittany Doggett
Student Resource Coordinator
The counseling office is open daily during school hours. Students can make appointments by stopping in and filling out a form for an appointment with a counselor. Parents can make appointments by calling or emailing the counselors directly at the information listed above.
For admissions information, registration information, or tuition calculation information, please visit our admissions page.
To request a Skyward Password for a student or parent on-line, please contact the main office at 517-267-2100.
Current student transcript requests: Please stop in the main office to request a transcript. Be sure to stipulate if you need an official or an unofficial transcript. An official transcript is embossed with the school seal and is placed in a sealed envelope so colleges and organizations know it has not been modified in any way.
PALs (Peer Assistance Leaders)
PALs is a student group that seeks to help other students work through difficult circumstances that don't require the services of a counselor. All of our PALs have been trained in crisis intervention, listening skills, and conflict resolution. These students also work as advocates to overcome destructive behaviors. Students wishing to speak with a PAL should contact someone in the Counseling Office for a referral.
Students needing tutoring to be successful in a particular class should contact Ms. Nichols for a referral to an appropriate NHS student.
IEP & 504 Accommodations
Our counselors and faculty work with families and to develop plans for students who qualify for these services.
Our counseling staff work with families to develop a four-year plan that meets one's educational goals but also helps develop them into who God is calling them to be. Counselors can also facilitate communication between students and teachers when needed.
School Code (to be used when registering for ACT & SAT tests): 232-285