Information sessions, small group discussions, and workshops for the students and parents are provided to help in the formulation of college plans. A college trip is also planned for the junior class. For more information, contact Kelsey Marcero at 770-532-4383, ext. 250 or visit the College Counseling page.
All teachers make reasonable efforts to schedule tutorials after school or during the day for students who are having academic difficulty or need extra support.
The program operates Monday through Friday, from 2:15 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. An electronic registration and fee charged to your student account are required for this service. Hourly costs for this service are set on an annual basis.
Lakeview’s Extended Learning Program is led by a coordinator and operated by qualified staff. The variety of daily activities planned for children participating in the program include games and outdoor play, arts and crafts, hands-on activities, rest and snack time, and a structured homework time for Lower School students.
Homework Labs for Middle and Upper School students meet the needs of students who benefit from a structured, after-school study setting.
It is a distraction free environment, supervised by a faculty member, in which to complete homework. Homework Lab is available from 3:30 – 5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. There is no fee for this service.
Time management, study skills using classroom assignments, learning strategies, and preparation for assessments are some of the objectives of learning support.
Although classes will not be interrupted except in cases of emergency, each teacher can be reached by email or voicemail during the day. To reach faculty and administration, email email@example.com.For a list of telephone numbers, refer to the Contacts webpage.
The Lower School has several teachers who are trained in the Wilson Reading Program and in the Orton Gillingham Approach.
For an additional fee, these teachers are available for specific language and reading tutoring beyond the regular school day when referred by another teacher or the Learning Support department.
The school counselors at Lakeview will provide a school counseling program through the guidelines of the ASCA (American School Counselor Association) national model which delivers a preventative and proactive approach through addressing the academic, career, and personal/social needs of students. The school counselors offer both direct and indirect services which include: individual counseling, small group counseling, crisis intervention, agency referrals, consultations, peer facilitation, core curriculum, and crisis interventions.
Speech and Language Services
A certified Speech and Language Pathologist partners with the Lower School to work with students who have speech and language needs. She is available for contract work during the school day and beyond. For more information, contact the Lower School Office.
All Middle and Upper School students have a study hall built into their schedule, enabling students to work on homework assignments.
Classes are usually taught for 4-5 weeks for several hours each day. The cost for these courses is billed through the Business Office. For more information, contact theUpper School Office at 770-532-4383, prompt #5 and then prompt #1.