Mrs. Rebekah Souther6th Grade School Counselor
(757) 565-9438
Mrs. Erin Edwards7th Grade School Counselor
(757) 565-9438
Mrs. Stephanie Coble8th Grade School Counselor
Phone: (757) 565-9438
Marcia EppsAdministrative Assistant/Registrar
Phone: (757) 565-9438


LHMS School Counselors provide a comprehensive, developmental school counseling program to address the academic, career, personal/social needs of all students. In collaboration with the students, parents/guardians, staff, and other stakeholders, the School Counselors facilitate a positive, equitable, data-driven program that advocates for student success.  


To encourage students to embrace lifelong learning and positive community citizenship 

How to Connect with Your School Counselor:

  • Students:   

Students can visit the Counseling Office to complete a Student Appointment Request. School Counselors will meet with students within 1-2 days after        receiving the request.

  • Parents/Guardians:

Either call or e-mail your School Counselor to schedule an appointment any time.

How School Counselors Connect with You:

  • Discussing and understanding feelings
  • Exploring career, academic, and personal/social options
  • Developing healthy coping skills and action plans
  • Sorting out problems and reach decisions
  • Developing student self-awareness through understanding strengths and weaknesses
  • Developing healthy relationships through active communication

Program Delivery: 

  • Individual Support: Help students explore concerns and develop healthy coping skills. 
  • Group Counseling: Facilitate small student groups designed to share thoughts and feelings about specific topic(s). 
  • Classroom Counseling: Meet with students in the classroom setting in order to help them understand topics relevant to their growth and development. 
  • Academic/Career Planning: Collaborate and determine appropriate placement for students to achieve academic goals and assist in career exploration. 
  • Responsive Services: Engage in activities designed to meet students’ immediate needs and concerns; may include referrals and/or consultation with outside agencies.