Welcome to the Counseling Center!

The East High Mission

The mission of our East community is to foster the development of our artistic, athletic, and academic selves by establishing a respectful, empathetic environment that values diversity, global citizenship, and civic responsibility.

Registration Information


Senior Class of 2024 and Parents/Guardians

Each year, the yearbook staff reserves space for Baby Ads in the yearbook. This space is used as a way for parents and guardians to send off their seniors with a note of encouragement and wisdom as they enter life post high school. The cost for an ad is $40, and they are fully optional.

The deadline for Baby Ads is January 15th, 2024, and you will find instructions to submit the senior ad in the attached google slideshow. Everything is done electronically at yearbookforever.com. If it seems like something is missing or not working, please check if anything has been blocked. If you have questions, please send an email to Elle Barts at ebarts@lps.org.

Baby Aid Instructions

Learn to Dream (LTD) Information Night

Wednesday, November 29th from 5:30-7:00pm
SCC Lincoln Campus

This night is for parents and Junior and Senior students interested in learning more about LTD and about SCC. Participants will have the opportunity to explore SCC Programs of Study and meet with staff from Admissions, Advising and Financial Aid. The event will include a campus tour and important information about the Learn to Dream Scholarship, admission, and support services available at SCC. Complimentary boxed dinners from Goodcents Deli Fresh Subs and refreshments will be provided for all participants and their guests!

Learn to Dream Information Night flyer

Accuplacer Test

The ACCUPLACER test is used by SCC to help determine class placement for English and Math.  SCC requires these test results unless they have told you that your ACT scores can place you into college level classes.  If students need this exam, they can take it at EAST on Wednesday, November 15th at 8:50 a.m. in the Media Center.  Students can sign up in their Graduation Google classroom.  If you have questions, please call the counseling center to talk to your student’s counselor at 402-436-1302, opt #3.


East High is hosting the ASVAB exam on Thursday, November 16th, 2023 from 8:15-11:00 a.m. for current 10th, 11th and 12th graders in the Media Center. Students can sign up in their Graduation Google classroom.  Registration is limited, so register to secure your spot!

Please put the following dates in your calendar:
November 16th (ASVAB exam date. Students must bring their charged Chromebook)
December 6th (ASVAB interpretation date)

What is the ASVAB?
The ASVAB is used in educational and vocational counseling and to stimulate interest in job and training opportunities. Two weeks after the exam, the test administrator will return to help students interpret their scores to help them determine how their skills, knowledge and interests can be utilized in specific careers.

2023 Financial Aid Night

East parents/guardians and students are invited to the 2023 Financial Aid Night on Tuesday, November 7th beginning at 5:30 p.m. in the cafeteria. An EducationQuest representative will help you unravel the mysteries of the FAFSA and answer your financial aid questions. Juniors or seniors in Nebraska who attend an EducationQuest Financial Aid Program can register for a chance to win one of six $500 scholarships! We hope you will join us!

NCAA College Bound Student-Athlete Informational Meetings  

Guest speaker, Kalyn Byers, Assistant Director of Compliance with the University of Nebraska will be speaking to all LPS student-athletes and their parents about recruiting and NCAA initial eligibility for college athletics.  Check out the dates, times and locations at this link.

Questions? Contact the EHS athletic office at 402-436-1313.