School Counseling

Cypress Lake High School Guidance Services


The Cypress Lake High School Counseling team is here to support our PANTHERS! Please take time to get to know your counselors. We are here to guide you during your high school years and beyond.

Students, remember to check your grade level Google Classrooms frequently!


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If you or someone you know is in emotional distress or suicidal crisis, check out the resources below:

National Suicide and Crisis Lifeline: Call 988

Crisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741741

Mobile Crisis Response Team (local team): Call 844-395-4432

SAMHSA National Hotline: 1-800-662-HELP (4357)

Mental Health and Wellness Portal



Official High School Transcript Requests

Current students and Class of 2024 and Class of 2023 graduates must fill out a CLHS Transcript Request.

If you graduated before May 2023 (Class of 2022 or earlier), please follow the directions on the LCSD Website for Student Records.



Counselor Assignment

Students are assigned to school counselors alphabetically by last name.  All students will meet with their counselors yearly to discuss course selection for the following school year.  The school counselors are available to help students with academic performance, social/emotional issues and post-secondary education/options planning.  Any student who needs to see their school counselor or the Assistant Principal for Curriculum can contact them through email or stop by the guidance office to complete a Guidance Request and give it to the guidance secretary.  Requests will be responded to in a timely manner.


Counselor Name Student Last Name
Kathy Moldawsky A - D
Betsy Moreno E- L
Rosa Skinner M - R
Jessica Owen S- Z
Ranae Atkinson College and Career Specialist




All Department Contacts



State University System of Florida

Information on the State University System of Florida can be found on their website. This site will contain useful information such as range of GPA and accepted test scores.



Important Documents for Your Future



College Scholarship Information 



Take Stock in Children Information (Freshman Class Only) 

The Take Stock in Kids Scholarship opportunity is only available to 9th grade students. Take Stock in Children was established in 1995 as a non-profit organization in Florida that provides a unique opportunity for low-income and at-risk students, many from minority families, to escape the cycle of poverty through education. We offer our students college scholarships, caring volunteer mentors, and hope for a better life. Each student who enters our program signs a contract promising to remain crime and drug-free, maintain a 2.5 GPA and above, exhibit good behavior, and meet with their assigned mentor regularly through high school graduation. Upon graduation, students receive a 4-year college tuition scholarship. Take Stock in Children staff meet with students in the program each semester to ensure students have the resources they need to complete school. Student grades are tracked quarterly and immediate intervention is provided should students show signs of academic decline. There is an income requirement that needs to be satisfied for the program. Any questions? Please contact Ms. Ranae Atkinson at [email protected]

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