The Grand Ledge High School Student Services Office is here to support the academic, career, and personal / social development of all students. We strive to help students realize their full academic and personal potential as lifelong learners and global citizens. Use the links below to learn more about the specific areas of the Student Services Office.
If you have any questions, please know we are available to help by calling 517-925-5900.
Important Dates to Remember
ZAPS SAT Test-Prep Seminar Saturday, March 10, 2018 - Click on www.doorwaytocollege.com to register.
Meet the Counselors
To Schedule an appointment - Please call the counseling office 517-925-5900
Mr. Saade assists students with last names starting A-K
Mr. Saade received his undergraduate degree from Grand Valley State University majoring in Criminal Justice. While working towards this achievement, Mr. Saade was employed by and gained experience working with youth from various walks of life at Revindale Youth Center, Pine Rest Christian Mental Health, Star Commonwealth, and Wedgewood. It is his life experience, his love of coaching youth athletics, and the impact that the youth and staff at those jobs had on him while working in these roles that inspired Mr. Saade to seek his Masters in School Counseling K-12 shortly after receiving his undergraduate degree. Mr. Saade has been a School Counselor since April of 2004. He has coordinated and led groups on topics such as anger management, grief, study habits, and self esteem. Mr. Saade’s life goal is to help as many students as possible reach their potential academically while growing socially in order to maintain their career goals in the future.
Mrs. Dohm assists students with last names starting L-Z
Mrs. Dohm received her undergraduate degree from Central Michigan University majoring in Interpersonal and Public Communication, Theatre, and Psychology. She acquired her Masters degree in Clinical Agency Counseling in August of 2001 at Siena Heights University. In December 2005 she finished her certification in school counseling. She has been counseling for over 15 years. Mrs. Dohm's experience includes working in a residential treatment center with emotionally and mentally impaired children for over 5 years. She was a group leader for survivors of sexual abuse, perpetrators of sexual abuse, victims of domestic violence, and anger management. She was also the Counseling Director in a Domestic Violence Shelter. She was an independent contractor for Insight Recovery Center in Flint and Ascension Family Services in Owosso. Stacey worked as a counselor at Chesaning Union Schools for 7 years. Stacey is a member of the American Counseling Association, and the Michigan School Counselor Association. She is the proud parent of Cervantes Woodworth.