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School Counseling

In addition to the day-to-day faculty support that students receive at Lausanne Collegiate School, Lausanne has dedicated counselors and learning specialists to aid students in both learning differences and emotional needs.

This also affords students the opportunity to explore advanced work by enhancing the differentiation already offered in classrooms in every division.

The Lower School features two learning/reading specialists and a counselor. This same counselor also serves the Middle School students in addition to the learning specialist support of the Middle School Assistant Head.

The Upper School features a unique advisory program in addition to the Upper School counselor.

Courtnay Veazey

Courtnay Veazey is a National Certified Counselor who provides counseling services to the Lower and Middle Schools. Both counseling programs focus on supporting students’ social and emotional development as they seek their own journeys. Courtnay collaborates with students’ teachers and families to foster a holistic approach for meeting students’ needs. The counseling programs offer classroom guidance lessons, individual counseling, and group counseling.
For more information, please contact Courtnay at

Samantha Douglas

Samantha Douglas offers resources to the Upper School. The Upper School Counseling program subscribes to the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) guidelines which support the academic, social and emotional development of students. Both the advisory program and learning specialist services are housed within the counseling program. Individual and group appointments seek to support students in learning new strategies to live into their personal strengths and goals. Please make us aware of any illnesses or life circumstances which may affect your child’s learning. We want to support our students and families through all four years of this wonderful journey together.

College Advising


Kids Health - This Web site offers parents a resource for information regarding general health, emotions and behavior, nutrition and fitness, and positive parenting.

Safe Kids - A Web site focused on online safety. The main focus of the site is current issues our children are dealing with.

Parents. The Anti-Drug - This site is very informative and great for anyone interested in learning more about specific drugs, warning signs of use, latest research, advice and resource information.

Common Sense Media - A Web site for helping determine the appropriateness of media. The site has information and ratings for movies, music, TV shows, games and books.

PBS Parents - A way to connect to information regarding child development, education, games and health issues. There is also a section for kids that includes games and information targeted to their age level.

NetSmartz - Web page with information and fun activities that teach technology safety.

Meet Our Counselors
The counseling program offers resources to students, parents, and teachers to encourage healthy academic, career, and social/emotional development in all students. The counseling program also teaches students positive mindsets and behaviors through classroom guidance, small group counseling, and individual counseling. The counselor supports parents and teachers during conferences while maintaining the role of student advocate.
Faculty and parents may refer students for small group and individual counseling via phone or e-mail. Students may also refer themselves.