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Lake Havasu High School has received the Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP) designation. The RAMP designation, awarded to schools that align with the criteria set in the ASCA National Model, recognizes schools that are committed to delivering a comprehensive, data-driven school counseling program and an exemplary educational environment.

At Lake Havasu High School, students are assigned their counselor according to last name. Counselors are available Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. excluding early release, holidays and summer.

A-DEL: Kathleen Stengel | (928) 854-5329
schedule appt:

DEM-K: Tracy Pressley | (928) 854-5326
schedule appt:

L-RIL: Deanna Ainsworth | (928) 854-5341
schedule appt:

RIM-Z: Sarah Skemp | (928) 854-5339
schedule appt:


Registrar: Sue Sonderen | (928) 854-5340

  • Student registration/enrollment
  • Transcript requests
  • Social security verification


Students, there are multiple ways to see your counselor:

Stop by the Counseling Office before school, lunch, or after school to make an appointment with your counselor by signing up on the computer at the desk inside the Counseling Office. If your counselor is available, you may be able talk with him/her at the moment. You may also sign up to speak with your counselor utilizing the following link:

If you have a simple question you may want to consider calling or emailing your counselor.

If it is an emergency ask to see any counselor and please don't leave the counseling area until you have talked to a counselor.



The Counseling Office requests that you make an appointment to see the counselors. Please call 928-854-5327 or your student's counselor directly (see above) to schedule an appointment. You may also schedule an appointment online using the links below.

If you stop in without an appointment, the counselor may not be able to immediately visit with you. If students are waiting for counselors they are the priority so they can return to class.

Stengel -
Pressley -
Ainsworth -
Skemp -


At the beginning of each semester (the first 2 weeks) the counselors are extremely busy scheduling new students, checking classes and checking graduation credits. Counselors make every effort to return phone calls and talk to students within 24 hours, so please be patient.