Welcome to the Counseling Office!
Our Mission:

Our mission is to empower all students to reach their full potential while supporting their growth in academics, social and emotional development, and career preparation.  We will strive to prepare students to be life-long learners as well as responsible citizens.  We will advocate on behalf of students as well as strive to form collaborative partnerships with parents, school staff members, and the community to facilitate student success and growth.  We recognize that student success and growth are best nourished in a safe environment and we will work to provide a school environment that supports individual differences as well as celebrates diversity.

Red Lion Area Senior High School has five full time school counselors on its staff. The counselors play many roles; consultants to teachers and parents, members of the pupil personnel staff team, interpreters for records and tests, informational resources, helpers to the struggling students, confidants, and advocates.

The school counselors serve students in a variety of ways. Counselors help students with education, vocational, and personal problems; guide students in the course selection process; assist students in vocational and college placement; coordinate and maintain a complete record of student progress throughout students' school years. Five full-time counselors and two secretaries are available to serve students.

Students are assigned to counselors alphabetically by their last name. Students need only to report to assigned counselors for routine activities (scheduling, testing, etc.). For any other situation, students may talk with any counselor with whom they feel comfortable.

Dr. Jodi Stauffer staufferj@rlasd.net  Last names beginning with A-Da  
Mrs. Jennifer Rebert rebertj@rlasd.net  Last names beginning with De-H
Mrs. Pamela Scott scottp@rlasd.net  Last names beginning with I-Mc  (Department Lead)
Mrs. Katey Walton waltonk@rlasd.net Last names beginning with Me-Sk
Mrs. Jennifer Way  wayj@rlasd.net  Last names beginning with Sl-Z

Mrs. Sarah Hill
Mrs. Samantha Mentzer

Phone Number 717-246-1611 ext. 6
Fax Number: 717-378-0084
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Instagram: rlash.counselors
Twitter: @rlashcounselors
Announcements/Important Dates:
If you need to contact your School Counselor on a Virtual Learning Day, please email your counselor to set-up a Google Meet. 
October 26th - 2 hour delay - End of First Marking Period
October 27th - FAFSA Completion Night, 5-8 pm (appointment needed)
October 27th - Dual Enrollment Information Night, 6-7 pm
November 2nd - Parent/Teacher Conferences 8 am - 12 noon
November 3rd - Parent/Teacher Conferences 8 am - 8 pm
November 18th - Parent/Teacher Conferences 5 pm - 8 pm
November 24th - 29th - Holiday, No School
Please check out the Financial Aid/Scholarship Page for important information and webinars.  

Wednesday Evening Appointments
Wednesday evening office hours are by appointment.  Please contact your student's school counselor to schedule any appointments.  Hours are from 3 pm until 8 pm through the fall and winter.  Hours will change in the spring to 3 pm - 7 pm.  
October 27, 2021: Mrs. Rebert, Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Walton, Mrs. Way
November 10, 2021: Dr. Stauffer, Mrs. Rebert, Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Walton, Mrs. Way
December 1, 2021: Dr. Stauffer, Mrs. Rebert, Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Walton
December 7, 2021: Dr. Stauffer, Mrs. Way  (This is a Tuesday evening!) PSAT Information Night
December 15, 2021: Mrs. Rebert, Mrs. Walton
December 22, 2021: Mrs. Scott
January 5, 2022: Dr. Stauffer, Mrs. Rebert, Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Walton, Mrs. Way
January 12, 2022: Dr. Stauffer, Mrs. Walton
January 19, 2022: Mrs. Rebert, Mrs. Scott
January 26, 2022: Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Way
Senior Scholarship Recognition Video
FAFSA Completion Night Webinar
The Red Lion Area Senior High School Counseling Office will be hosting a virtual FAFSA Completion webinar on Wednesday, October 27th from 6:00-7:00 pm.  The FAFSA is the free application for federal student aid that families must complete to be considered for most forms of financial aid.
Our webinar on October 27th will include a PowerPoint presentation with screenshots on how to complete the FAFSA.  The PowerPoint will hit on major points and questions that families of high school seniors frequently ask.   Families of seniors are encouraged to attend.    
Attendee Link - Please use this link to pre-register and also participate in the event.
We encourage parents of seniors, and seniors themselves, to register for their FSA ID (studentaid.gov), prior to this event. 
What do I need to file my FAFSA?
  • Your Social Security number
  • Your driver's license number, if you have one (optional)
  • Your alien registration number, if you are not a U.S. citizen
  • Your W-2 forms
  • Records of other untaxed income received, including workers' compensation, child support, payments to tax-deferred pension, and savings plans, etc.
  • Your federal income tax return and schedules from the prior-prior year (For example, if completing the 2022-23 FAFSA, use 2020 income tax return information.)
  • Your current bank statements and records of stocks, bonds, 529 plans, and other investments.
  • A personal email address (not a school email address)
If you are a dependent student, you will also need:
  • Your parent's Social Security number
  • Your parent's income and financial records (as listed above)
  • Parents date of marriage/remarriage - month/year
  • Parents date of separation/divorce - month/year