Student Life



Support

Learning Support

LJA is an inclusive learning environment that aims to increase access and engagement in learning for our students by identifying and removing barriers.
to learn more.

Cheryl Herndon
High School Learning Specialist
Ph: 808.261.0707 x4080

SAS

SAS stands for Service, Arts, and Study Hall and meetings are held for 40 minutes on opposite Advisory days.

The service option involves matching students with opportunities to share knowledge as a tutor, demonstrate great character as a mentor to younger students, and/or provide help to divisional Faculty/Staff (filing, prepping materials, project help, etc).
  • Hours may be used towards S&A or CAS projects with proper notification and approval by Advisors.
The art options are 4 different 1-credit elective courses. Year-long commitment and participation are expected to complete credit-earning requirements.
  • Courses: Concert Band, Concert Chorus, Independent Art, and Stage Craft.

The study hall option is comprised of specialized study sessions designed to assist students both academic coursework and additional school-related requirements (e.g. college applications, study/research skills, and TOK).

Student Counselor

The High School Student Counselor’s goal is to implement a comprehensive and proactive school counseling program that seeks to promote and enhance student learning and well-being.

The counselor is available to provide services to students, parents, school staff, and the community through a number of delivery methods including the implementation of a school guidance/advisory curriculum, individual student planning, responsive services, and system support.

By promoting and incorporating balanced ideas around leadership, advocacy and collaboration, the school counseling program will seek to promote equity and access to opportunities that best support students through the rigorous educational experience that is a part of attending Le Jardin Academy.

Please click here to schedule a meeting with High School Student Counselor, Sean Landau.

Dean of Students

The Dean of Students works collaboratively with students, parents, faculty, administration and staff to maintain a healthy and positive learning environment that enables students to achieve academic success and personal/social/moral growth.

Working closely with the Middle School and High School principals, the Dean of Students oversees the implementation of the school’s Grades 6-12 social and behavior programs, including Advisory, Counseling, Study Hall, and student discipline. The Dean of Students also coordinates student support systems so that each student receives the individual care and attention s/he needs to reach his or her fullest potential while at Le Jardin Academy.

Dean of Student also works with the Advancement and Admissions offices to promote student empowerment and support as part of our ohana brand that sets us apart from other schools.

Vicki McNeill
Dean of Students
Ph: 808.261.0707 x1020