LCHS GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT
OFFICE HOURS: 7:45 AM - 3:45 PM
OFFICE PHONE NUMBER: (803) 428-4047
OFFICE FAX NUMBER: (803) 428-4071
Mrs. Anjennette James
Grades 11th and 12th
My name is Anjennette James. I am excited to be apart of the Lee Central High School Family. I have over 20 years of experience in education and have committed myself to be a lifelong learner. I am the proud mother of four young adults and the grandmother to one highly intelligent grandson! During my leisure time, my husband and I love to venture off to various sporting events.
It is my sincere goal as your child's counselor to help foster their successes and to expose them to life's great potentials.
Ms. Bridget Woodbury
Grades 9th and 10th
Hello, I am Bridget C. Woodbury, School Counselor at Lee Central High School serving students in grades 9th & 10th. I successfully earned a BS in Social Work, MA in Rehabilitation Counseling and M.Ed. in School Counseling all from SC State University in Orangeburg, SC and GCDF. In addition, I have earned certificates in American Sign Language from the University of South Carolina and Midlands Technical College Continuing Education programs.
My goal at LCHS is to foster and reach each and every child, to enhance student achievement, reach requirements for high school graduation, post-secondary success and to prepare for and obtain competitive employment or military enlistment. My personal mission is to encourage our students to become “Powers for Good in their community and society”.
The mission of the Lee Central High School Guidance Department is to provide a developmental program that will facilitate and support the educational achievement of all students. The program focuses on personal development, academic success, and postsecondary planning. Our goal is to promote students’ sense of responsibility personally, socially, and academically, so that students can work towards their full potential. The LCHS Guidance Program is an integral part of the school program and requires the cooperative efforts of teachers, administrators, counselors, and parents.
The following services are provided:
* Academic Guidance: Guidance which assist students and their parents to acquire knowledge of curricula choices available to students, to plan a program of studies, to arrange and interpret academic testing, and to seek post-secondary academic opportunities.
* Career Guidance: Guidance which helps students to acquire information about the world and explore career possibilities.
* Personal/Social Counseling: Assist students in developing an understanding of self, the rights and needs of others, how to resolve conflicts, and how to define individual goals that reflect their interests, abilities, and aptitudes.