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​​​​​​​District Counselors

Michelle J. Anaya 

Lake Los Angeles 



Steven Miller




Susan Lundin

Daisy Gibson 

Keppel Academy


Counseling Department

Vision Statement

By providing academic, personal/social, and career support services, students will be empowered to develop life-long learning skills that will allow them to succeed in school and become successful members of society.


Mission Statement

The Keppel Union School District Counseling Department in collaboration with faculty, staff, and the community is dedicated to supporting ALL students in achieving their full potential. We believe that all students have the right to a quality education and supportive learning environment. By providing tools that foster academic, personal/social, and career growth in our schools, our goal is to reinforce the district’s mission to seek education, strive for excellence, and aspire to greatness.

Getting to Know Our Counselors

Michelle J. Anaya

Michelle J. Anaya earned her M.S. in Educational Counseling with a concentration in School and Family Based Counseling (SFBC) along with a Pupil Personnel Services Credential (PPS) from the University of La Verne.  Prior to working Keppel Union School District, Ms. Anaya worked for the Los Angeles County Department of Social Services as an Eligibility Supervisor where she was able to assist indigent adults receive food, shelter, medical and mental health services.  Ms. Anaya also gained experience as a school counselor in elementary, middle, and high school in the San Fernando Valley. Michelle is currently the school counselor at Lake Los Angeles Elementary School and Pearblossom Elementary School.


Steve Miller

Steve Miller received a M.S. in Educational Counseling — M.S. with Pupil Personnel Services Credential (PPS). Over the years Steve has worked as counselor at the high school level, as well in the correctional schools.  He enjoys helping all children and parents to reach their dreams.


Susan Lundin 

Inspired by her own school counselors, Susan Lundin was motivated to make a difference in the lives of students. She earned an M.S. degree in counseling with a Pupil Personnel Services Credential (PPS) from California State University Northridge in 2008. Prior to working for Keppel Union School District, Ms. Lundin gained experience as a counselor in elementary, middle, and high schools in the San Fernando and Greater Los Angeles areas. Additionally, she has served as an adjunct psychology instructor in the Santa Clarita Community College District since 2014. Ms. Lundin is currently a counselor at Daisy Gibson Elementary School and Keppel Academy.