• WELCOME TO ASPEN HIGH SCHOOL'S COLLEGE COUNSELING DEPARTMENT
     

    The Aspen High School College Counseling Office is dedicated to helping each student achieve admission to the college of his/her choice within a process of thoughtful consideration of options.  The role of the College Counseling Office in the planning and admission process is to share college knowledge and to support Aspen High School students as they look ahead to post secondary options.  The goal is to find the right college match for each student and to assist the student in the process of application. 

    A student and parent postsecondary planning curriculum is offered for each grade level including Freshman Seminar, Junior Discovery Class, Senior Boot Camp I & II, Senior Roundtables, and dozens of evening workshops.

     
     

    Mark Your Calendar:  2017 Colorado Western Slope College Fair

    Sunday October 1st , 10 am - 2 pm,  Aspen School District Campus

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    Who We Are... 

     
    KK

     
    Kathy Klug has been involved in the Aspen School District in Colorado for over 22 years as a College Counselor, English classroom teacher, and Reading Specialist. She is an enthusiast for creating and implementing effective learning programs. Kathy is the Co-Creator and Co-Director of Colorado Western Slope College & Career Outreach since 2004 (formerly Colorado Western Slope College Fair). Kathy was Director from 2004-2014 of Teachers Across Borders: international teachers teaching Cambodian teachers. Kathy’s specialty is college access and counseling for rural and underserved students.  She graduated from Regis University with a BA and Masters in Education with an emphasis in Literacy Instruction. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Denver in Educational Leadership. She values experience, enthusiasm, energy, keen instincts, and a passion for teaching and professional development.
     
     
     
     
     
    ML
     
    Melissa Lustig grew up in Denver, Colorado where she graduated from Cherry Creek High School. She double majored in English and History at Wellesley College and earned her Masters from University of Michigan. She is currently earning her College Counseling Certification from UCLA. She brings 12 years of college admission experience to the Aspen College Counseling Office with three years at Ursinus College and nine years at Colorado College. She joined Aspen High School in July 2013. She teaches the Discovery Class (College, Career and ACT Prep) for Juniors.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Susanne Morrison
     
    Susanne Morrison joined the College Counseling team in the fall of 2017, replacing Terry Rigney who is pursuing a graduate degree from Seton Hall University.  Susanne has lived in Aspen since 1989, working in the nonprofit sector - primarily at the Aspen Community Foundation and the Aspen Center for Environmental Studies. Susanne graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1989 with a BA in Political Science. She manages the college counseling office and is responsible for office communication and scheduling. Susanne handles all AHS college applications and subsequent reporting. She works closely with the Colorado Western Slope College & Career Outreach.
     

     

     

    Students are responsible for scheduling their meetings with Kathy and Melissa. To do so, students should come (in-person) to see Susanne. Please do not email meeting requests. The College Counseling Office is located in the Mezzanine above the Commons.

                 
    Kathy Klug, College Counselor
    Melissa Lustig, College Counselor
    Susanne Morrison, Office Coordinator
     
    College Counseling Fax 
    970.925.3760 x 1178
    970.925.3760 x 1173
    970.925.3760 x 1174
     
    970.925.1205 
    kklug@aspenk12.net
    mlustig@aspenk12.net
     
     
     
     
     
    Please contact collegecounseling@aspenk12.net with comments, questions and suggestions about the College Counseling website.