guidance staff

Cindy Godwin - School Counselor All first-time 9th grade students Email: cgodwin@laurens55.org (864) 682-3151

Yoneko Allen - School Counselor Grades 10-12 and 9th repeaters, last names beginning with A-F Email: yallen@laurens55.org (864) 683-3326

Mindy Carter - School Counselor Grades 10-12 and 9th repeaters, last names beginning with G-N Email: mmcarter@laurens55.org (864) 683-3340

Chrys Hill - School Counselor Grades 10-12 and 9th repeaters, last names beginning with O-Z Email: cthill@laurens55.org (864) 683-3336

Darnell Suber - Career Development Facilitator Email: dasuber@laurens55.org (864) 682-3151

Aianna Kelly - Career Development Facilitator Email: amkelly@laurens55.org (864) 682-3151

Dabs Davis - Career Development Facilitator Email: dmdavis@laurens55.org (864) 682-3151

Susan Bailey - Records Secretary Email: sbailey@laurens55.org (864) 683-3348 (864) 683-3355 guidance fax number

REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS

The following documents are required for enrollment:

Proof of Residence (2 are required) Immunization Birth Certificate Report Card or Transcript (from previous school) Withdrawal form (from previous school) Legal/Guardianship documents

IGP Conferences

As mandated by the South Carolina Education and Economic Development Act, all counselors at LDHS will conduct individual conferences with students and their parents/guardians. Counselors will contact parents/guardians to schedule Individual Graduation Plan appointments.

Prior to your IGP conference with your counselor, please make sure you do the following:

  1. Research career opportunities

  2. Explore your educational options - technical, 2-year or 4-year college

  3. Talk about your options with your parents

  4. Make course choices based on your career interests

Please view the online registration guide prior to the meeting. The registration guides can be found on the school's home page.

16 Career Clusters

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Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources - veterinarian, agricultural scientist, landscaper, botanist, farmer, surveyor, microbiologist, gardener, veterinarian assistant/technician

Architecture and Construction - carpenter, painter, heating & cooling technician, electrician, drafter, plumber, brick mason, interior designer, architect, construction & building inspector

A/V Technology and Communications - journalist, graphic designer, cinematographer, editor, director, fashion designer, actor, photographer, dancer, sound engineer, copywriter

Business Management and Administration - customer service representative, human resource manager, interpreter, legal secretary, receptionist, payroll clerk, bookkeeper

Education and Training - principal, school psychologist, media specialist, guidance counselor, speech therapist, teacher, coach, teacher assistant, child care worker

Finance - bank teller, insurance agent, budget analyst, economist, financial manager, accountant, auditor, stockbroker

Government and Public Administration - city manager, quality control inspector, court reporter, park ranger, hazardous waste manager, real estate appraiser, building inspector

Health Science - pharmacist, lab technologist, physical therapist, nutritionist, physician, dialysis technician, medical assistant, dental hygienist, nurse

Hospitality and Tourism - curator, health club manager, travel agent, hotel manager, food service manager, restaurant host/hostess, convention planner, bus driver, housekeeper

Human Services - psychologist, fitness trainer, social worker, vocational rehabilitation counselor, real estate manager, funeral director, fashion coordinator, cosmetologist

Information Technology - electronics technician, software designer, computer systems analyst, website designer, IT project manager, computer programmer, marketing manager

Manufacturing - ceramic engineer, laser technician, robotics technician, CAD tool & die maker, biomedical engineer technician, telecommunications repairer, welder

Marketing, Sales, and Service - marketing manager, advertising account executive, pharmaceutical sales representative, florist, wholesale buyer, merchandise displayer, stock clerk

Public Safety and Security - attorney, judge, parole officer, paralegal, fish & game warden, forensic scientist, FBI agent, private detective, firefighter, police officer

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics - marine biologist, aerospace engineer, physicist, zoologist, oceanographer, mathematician, mechanical engineer

Transportation, Distribution and Logistics - air traffic controller, pilot, flight attendant, dispatcher, truck driver, sailor, small engine mechanic, automotive technician

TRANSCRIPTS

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Transcript Requests and Graduation Verifications

 
For your convenience, all Transcript Requests and Graduation Verifications must be placed online. Please click on the link below to get started.

Questions about Fees and processing times?

Click the FAQs





Ordering a replacement diploma

Effective September 1, 2015 South Carolina's department of education will no longer accept mail-in requests for replacement diplomas. In order to request a replacement diploma you will need to go to the department of education website.

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

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To be eligible to receive a South Carolina High School Diploma, students must earn 24 units.  Based on state law and Laurens District 55 Board Policy, requirements to receive a South Carolina High School Diploma  (graduation requirements) for

                                                                        

Subject

Credit Units

English/Language Arts

4.0

Mathematics

4.0

Science (Including Biology1 & two other Sciences)

3.0

U.S. History

1.0

Economics

.05

U.S. Government

.05

Other social studies

1.0

PE or NJROTC or Marching Band

1.0

Computer Science

1.0

Foreign Language or Career & Technology Education

1.0

Electives

7.0

Total

24.0