Welcome to Lone Peak's Counseling Center
Lone Peak's counseling program follows the Utah Model of Comprehensive Counseling and Guidance. We assist students in the following areas:
- ACADEMIC SUCCESS
- COLLEGE & CAREER READINESS
- CRISIS INTERVENTION
- LIFE/CAREER EXPLORATION & DEVELOPMENT
- MULTICULTURAL/GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP
- SOCIAL/EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT
News & Events
SOPHOMORE CCR’s — MARCH 4 to MARCH 19 CCR SCHEDULE ***PLAN TO BE COLLEGE & CAREER READY*** It is time for Sophomore CCR (College & …
Junior CCR meetings will begin on January 27th and continue until February 20th. Counselors will be meeting with juniors and …
A “Grief and Loss Group” will begin on December 4 to help students work through the grieving process. Call the …
Contact UsThe Lone Peak High Counseling Center is open on all regular school days from 7:15 A.M.-2:45 P.M. Students and parents may contact an individual counselor via telephone, e-mail, or by visiting the counseling office. Parents are encouraged to call ahead for appointments.
Registering for 2015-2016SKYWARD Arena Scheduling will be available 24 hours a day during the following dates. To prepare, students and parents should attend their CCR/SEOP appointments with their counselor.
- SENIORS will register from 2 p.m. on Monday, April 13, until midnight on May 10.
- JUNIORS will register from 2 p.m. on Monday, April 20, until midnight on May 10.
- SOPHOMORES will register from 2:30 p.m. on Monday, April 27, until midnight on May 10.
- PRE-REGISTRATION MEETINGS for incoming sophomores and parents will be held at TMS on April 16 and at MRJH on April 15 at 9:40 a.m. in the auditorium. If you cannot attend during the day, evening pre-registration meetings will be held at Lone Peak on Wednesday, April 22 with a session at 4:30 and another at 6:00 pm.
The following TABS contain information that will help you prepare to register.
ON-LINE REGISTRATION PROCEDURE FOR LONE PEAK HIGH
- You will want to have your Registration Worksheet filled out ahead of time.
- To begin scheduling, login to SKYWARD and click on Courses for 2015-2016
- Follow the directions to choose classes.
- Be careful to put full year classes in the same period both semesters.
- Be sure you fill all 8 periods in your schedule.
- Audition and Application Classes – You must be on the teacher’s list BEFORE you can register. Come to counseling if you have questions.
- American Studies (10th grade only) - You must register for both English 10 Honors with Mrs. Chambers and US History Honors with Mr. Birrell. Be sure to put the class at the same time of day both days, A2 AND B6 or A4 AND B8. If you do not sign up for the right periods, you will not be in the class.
- Teacher’s Aide – Put “Released” in your schedule for that period. You must bring the signed Teacher’s Aide Application to the counseling office to be entered into your schedule.
- MATC Classes – You may put these courses in your LPHS schedule, but you must register and pay fees at www.mlatc.edu beginning April 21 to be registered for the class.
- Distance Learning – UVU classes are on a different schedule. Be sure each class shows on both days. (Example: A1 & B1 for an 8:00 a.m. MWF class.) Remember to register online with UVU.
- Approved Release Periods – You must have an Approved Release Form (available in the counseling office) signed by both student and parent. Students must leave campus during their released periods.
Lone Peak High Counselors help prepare students to be ready for College & Careers.During CCR Planning Meetings with parents and students, we discuss high school courses, off-campus opportunities, college credit options, college entrance requirements, scholarships, career exploration and training, and other needs.
CCR PLANING MEETING SCHEDULE
- SENIORS - September & October Senior Survey
- JUNIORS - January & February
- SOPHOMORES - March
Use the tabs below for resources and information. Ask your counselor if you have questions.
Colleges & Universities
Requirements to sign up for Concurrent Enrollment Classes
- Students should be Juniors or Seniors.
- Sophomores must receive special permission by submitting a Sophomore by Exception Application to UVU before enrolling in college classes.
- 3.0 GPA is required for Academic Classes.
- 2.0 GPA is required for Career Technical Education classes.
2015-2016 Concurrent Enrollment ClassesIf this page is not displaying properly please click on this link to view the document. Download
- ENGL 1010 must have ACT score of 19 or above on English and Reading (SENIORS ONLY)
- BIOL 1010 must have ACT composite score of 21 with 19 or above on English
- MATH 1010 must have ACT score of 19 or above in Math
- ENGL 2010 must have already taken ENGL 1010 (SENIORS ONLY)
- PHIL 205 G must have ENGL 1010 (SENIORS ONLY)
|Fall 2015 (August 24 - December 17)|
|Time||Day||Course||Name of Course||UVU Credit||HS Credit|
|8:00 - 8:50||MWF||COMM 2110||Interpersonal Communication||3||1 (ALA)|
|8:00 - 8:50||MWF||POLS 1100||American National Government||3||1 (GC)|
|9:00 - 9:50||MWF||ART 1010||Introduction to Art||3||1 (A)|
|9:00 - 9:50||MWF||SOC 1010||Introduction to Sociology||3||1 (SS)|
|10:00-10:50||MWF||PSY 1100||Human Growth and Development||3||1 (SS)|
|11:00-11:50||MWF||BIOL 1010||General Biology||3||1 (elective)|
|11:00-11:50||MWF||COMM 1050||Intro to Speech Communication||3||1 (ALA)|
|12:00-12:50||MWF||NUTR 1020||Foundations of Human Nutrition||3||1 (elective)|
|1:00 - 1:50||MWF||GEO 1010||Introduction to Geology||3||1 (ASC)|
|1:00 - 1:50||MWF||THEA 1023||Into to Film (lab online)||3||1 (A)|
|8:30 - 9:45||T TH||MUSC 1030||American Popular Music||3||1 (elective)|
|10:00-11:15||T TH||PHSC 1000||Survey of Physical Science||3||1 (elective)|
|11:00-12:15||T TH||ENGL 1010 *||College Writing *||3||1 (ALA)|
|1:00 - 2:15||T TH||METO 1010||Introduction to Meterology||3||1 (ASC)|
|Spring 2016 (January 4 - April 28)|
|Time||Day||Course||Name of Course||UVU Credit||HS Credit|
|8:00 - 8:50||MWF||PSY 1010||Intro to Psychology||3||1 (SS)|
|9:00 - 9:50||MWF||ART 1010||Intro to Art||3||1 ((A)|
|10:00-10:50||MWF||SOC 1010||Intro to Sociology||3||1 (SS)|
|11:00-11:50||MWF||NUTR 1020||Foundations of Human Nutrition||3||1 (elective)|
|12:00-12:50||MWF||HUM 1010||Intro to Humanities||3||1 (elective)|
|1:00 - 1:50||MWF||THEA 1023||Intro to Film (lab online)||3||1 (A)|
|1:00 - 1:50||MWF||METO 1010||Intro to Meteorology||3||1 (ASC)|
|2:00 - 2:50||MWF||PHIL 205G *||Ethics and Values *||3||1 (elective)|
|10:00-11:15||T TH||PSY 1100||Human Development Life Span||3||1 (SS)|
|11:00-12:15||T TH||ENGL 2010 *||Writing for Humanities *||3||1 (ALA)|
|11:30-12:45||T TH||COMM 2110||Interpersonal Communications||3||1 (ALA)|
|1:00 - 2:15||T TH||BIOL 1010||General Biology||3||1 (elective)|
|1:00 - 2:15||T TH||MUSC 1030||American Popular Music||3||1 (elective)|
AP Courses at Lone Peak
- AP Art Drawing
- AP Art 2D
- AP Art 3D
- AP Art History
- AP Biology
- AP Calculus AB
- AP Calculus BC
- AP Chemistry
- AP English Language
- AP English Literature
- AP French
- AP German
- AP Government/Politics
- AP Human Geography
- AP Music Theory
- AP Physics C
- AP Psychology
- AP Spanish
- AP Spanish Literature
- AP Statistics
- AP US History
- AP World History
About Advanced Placement
Visit the AP website for information.
Click here for AP EXAM dates.
Visit individual university/college websites for information on credit-granting policies.
- Increase skills, experience, and a plan for the future.
- Boost self-esteem, self-confidence, and understanding of potential job satisfaction.
- Gain confidence and learn marketable skills for potential employment.
- Begin to build a network of job contacts and future references.
- The career area needs to be stated in the student’s SEOP goal
- Students need to be enrolled in related CTE classes (same or prior semester)
- Students need to be in good standing at Lone Peak High School (good attendance, responsible, dependable, etc.)
- Students need their own transportation and automobile insurance as well as medical insurance coverage.
- Complete an application
- Available in the counseling office, from Mrs. Christensen (room 602) or on her web page
- Submit the application to Mrs. Christensen (room 602) and schedule an interview with her
- Internship spots do fill up so plan ahead.
- COLLEGE BOARD (SAT AND AP TESTING)
- FinAid! The Smart Student Guide to Financial Aid
- NASFAA National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators
CLICK on the SCHOLAR BOX symbol to see available scholarships. To tailor your scholarship search, go to "Filter these scholarships" at the bottom of the page.
- links to scholarship websites
- amounts of scholarships
- requirements and qualifications
- application deadlines
Financial Aid, either in the form of Grants or Loans, is available for many students. Visit the websites below for more information.
Options for Earning Outside Credit
**Talk to your counselor before registering for any of these courses.
- Two three-week sessions in June and July
- Take classes at Lehi High or Mountain View High
- $ 25.00 fee for each .25 credit class
- See your counselor to get enrolled
BYU Independent Study (High School Students)
- is.byu.edu/site/ (801) 422-8925
- Lessons through the mail or on-line
- Fee: $ 138.00 per .50 credit for most courses plus books if needed
Electronic High School (Utah Internet Classes)
- www.ehs.uen.org (801) 538-7736
- Free to Utah students
East Shore High School Online
- 1/8 credit units are completed online for most courses -
- Testing available at Lone Peak in Room 137 (Mrs. Seagull)
- SEE YOUR COUNSELOR BEFORE ENROLLING
- Initial Fee: $110.00 = $50 Annual Registration Fee + $35 Instructional Materials+ $15 Textbook Deposit + $10 online curriculum unit (1/8th credit)
- FREE curriculum unit given if passed within 30 days
Prevention / Mental Health Resources
Bullying and Suicide Prevention
- CARE Team - The Lone Peak CARE Team is a Peer Support team whose goals are to provide service and support to students and the community, to prevent youth suicide and suicidal behaviors, and to improve access and availability of appropriate prevention services.
- "BE THE CHANGE" - Lone Peak High sponsors two powerful and transformational days each semester that can change the way people view each other forever. It is a day of fun, friendship and new possibilities. The program is facilitated by Lone Peak High teachers, counselors and parent volunteers. The students engage in team building and leadership activities, games, short lectures and sharing activities. The goal is to build community and help students discover their common concerns, issues, frustrations, and celebrations.
- HOPE4Utah Suicide Prevention / Resource Website
- Suicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC)
- Youth Suicide Prevention Program (YSPP)
- American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (POWERPOINT)
Mental Health Resources
- NAMI / Utah National Alliance on Mental Illness
College Entrance Exams
ACT and AP Prep Resources
SHMOOP / Free ACT prep to all Utah students. The Magic Word is ARCHES
Lone Peak ACT Prep Courses
(taught in the Little Theater from 2:30 to 4:00 pm)
$15 each course - Register and Pay in the Finance Office
SCIENCE - February 18 - 20, 2015
ENGLISH/READING - February 10 - 13, 2015
MATH - February 24 - 27, 2015