College and Career Assessments, Events and Lecture Series

  • Throughout the school year, students are given numerous opportunities to further their college and career readiness. Many are grade level specific and exact dates vary from year to year. Click on the link below for a general overview of some of the activities, assessments and events available to students.

    Additionally, the Office of School Counseling hosts a series of lectures and webinars for students and parents focusing on a variety of topics college and career related. When available, links will be provided to the presentations after they occur. Click on the link below for a listing of past and future events in the lecture series. For upcoming events, please refer to the registration information in the description. Be sure to check back regularly for updates!


College Application Information and Transcript Request Process

  • Please click on the link below to access lots of great information regarding the college application process, including requesting letters of recommendation and transcripts.


College Visits

  • College visits are an integral part of selecting the right college. There are two main visit opportunities. 

    1. College representatives meet with students at LHS. Available to juniors and seniors. For a list of visiting colleges and to sign up, please go to SchooLinks and click on the School Events tab at the top. Sign-up must be done at least 24 hours in advance. Students will receive a pass to attend the visit from the Office of School Counseling on the day of the event.

    2. On-campus visits are permitted during the junior and senior years. Students must arrange an on-campus visit with the college. Students must complete a college visit form, available in the LHS Attendance Office, at least two days prior to the visit. Documentation confirming the visit must be given to the Attendance Office upon return (must contain the student's name). Questions regarding attendance should be directed to Mrs. Warden at wardenti@lovelandschools.org.


Systematic Approach to Post Secondary Planning

  • Step 1 - Know What You Want To Study

  • Step 2 - Know What You Want in a School

  • Step 3 - Know What You Need

  • Step 4 - Know Who’s In Your Corner

  • Step 5 - Know Your Cost


Career Education Modules and Pathways

  • All students in grades 6-12 will participate in Career Education activities throughout the school year. The activities will be completed through SchooLinks, our online college and career readiness tool, with the goal of helping our students engage in their learning in a deeper way and investigate post-high school options. Click on the link below for details.

  • The Loveland City School District Career Pathways provide detailed information regarding a variety of career clusters. A list of focused elective options is included, as well as sample career choices. Click on the link below for details.