The DeLaSalle College Advising and Counseling Office is dedicated to helping all students reach their academic, intellectual, social, and personal potential by providing guidance, educational support, and resources in:
• Post-high school planning
• Current academic studies
• Social and emotional development

The office is located on the first floor of the B Building, across from the Florance Center (B102).

Each DeLaSalle student has a dedicated counselor who provides social, emotional, academic, and college advising. The staff member responsible for various advising responsibilities depends upon what grade the student is in and upon the first letter of the student’s last name.

Students and parents may work with counselors on college research, to obtain booklets and pamphlets on personal growth, to meet one-on-one with a counselor, or help themselves to the many resources available.

Office Staff and Services

Since nearly all DeLaSalle students move on to college as a postsecondary choice, the Guidance staff is very involved in assisting students with their postsecondary plans. The planning process is a collaborative effort with the student, parents and the school. The college counselors work with juniors and seniors in a variety of ways:

  • Assist in identifying post-secondary options
  • Assist with essays and personal statements
  • Write letters of recommendation
  • Process and review applications before mailing them to colleges
  • Mail mid-year and final grades to colleges

College AdvisingFirst Letter of Last NameCounselor
blankA – H Kimberly Mannel
blankI – PAnastasia Carter
blankQ – ZBarbara McAdams

Counselors also provide academic, social, and emotional counseling to students. This counseling helps students develop academic goals, assist with course schedules, and intervene with any barriers that may be interfering with academic success.

Academic, Social, and
Emotional Counseling
First Letter of Last NameCounselor
blankA – H Kimberly Mannel
blankI – PAnastasia Carter
blankQ – ZLindsay O’Keefe

You may contact staff members in the office here: Click a staff member’s name to send them an email.

  • Stacey Carter
    Department chair, licensed school counselor, and family educator
    (612) 676-7619