Lindenwold High School
Dedicated to supporting the personal and academic goals of all of our students
Welcome to the start of another amazing school year! Welcome Class of 2026! Throughout your time here at LHS, the Counseling Office will play an essential role in your academic success, personal growth, and preparing you for your future! The Lindenwold High School Counseling Team includes the Director of Pupil Personnel Services, three School Counselors, and one Secretary. Our School Counselors act as resource personnel and are available, on a daily basis, to assist students and parents with any questions, problems, and concerns. We look forward to assisting with your academic, personal, and career development!
The Counseling program provides support to all students. Our main focus is to work with students, teachers, parents, administrators, and the community for the betterment of each and every Lindenwold Public School child. All students are assigned a counselor who assists them in their emotional and social development by helping them to understand themselves, to make the best of their abilities, to know the educational and career opportunities available to them, and learn to be mature and responsible decision makers. Counselors also work with other members in the school and community in order to provide special services for students. All counselors maintain confidentiality with all students, families, and school community members.
School Counseling Department Services
- Consultation with parents/guardians
- Monitoring student's academic progress
- College and Career Readiness and Planning
- Coordination of Homebound Instruction
- Student registration and course selection
- Educate students in Conflict Resolution Skills
- Consultation with School-Based Administration and Related Services
- Coordination of Building Intervention Committee
- Consultation with Child Study Team
- Coordination of School-Based and State Assessments.
The school counselor can also:
- Connect students and families to community resources or agencies.
- Collaborate with parents, teachers, and administrators to ensure that student needs are being met.
- Assist with behavior modification plans for students.
- Assess and assist students experiencing a crisis situation.
It’s important to note that school counselors do not provide “therapy” or comprehensive mental health services. Referrals for outside counseling are available for students in need of more long-term or additional assistance.
Leana Sykes - Director of Pupil Personnel Services - firstname.lastname@example.org
Christopher Cybulski - School Counselor - Students A-F- email@example.com
Laura Vaughn - School Counselor - Students G-O -firstname.lastname@example.org
Allyson Chiaccio - Students P-Z- email@example.com
Christina Quiles-Schelhass- Mental Health Counselor firstname.lastname@example.org
Stella Rainey - Secretary - email@example.com
(856) 741-1320 x1010
The LHS Counseling Office will now be accepting appointment requests from students online. Please complete the form for your counselor specifically. Parents must call the counseling office to make an appointment.
Click here to request an appointment with Christopher Cybulski - Counselor for students with last names A-F
Click here to request an appointment with Laura Vaughn - Counselor for students with last names G-O
Click here to request an appointment with Allyson Chiaccio - Counselor for students with last names P-Z
Click here to request an appointment with Christina Quiles Schellhas - Mental Health Counselor
Care Solace Mental Health Connection Service
Lindenwold School District partnered with Care Solace to support the well-being of students, staff, and their family members. Care Solace is a complimentary and confidential care coordination service that can help you quickly find mental health or substance use treatment options matched to your needs regardless of circumstance.