Phone: 701-945-2473


Degrees and Certifications:

VCSU-Bachelors degree University of Mary-Master degree Grand Canyon University-Doctorate(in progress)

Mrs. Angel Lindseth


My name is Angel Lindseth and this is my fifth year at Hope-Page as the school counselor. I received my bachelor’s degree from VCSU in Elementary Education and Psychology and my master’s degree from the University of Mary in School Counseling. My husband and I have a blended family with six children and we live in Page, ND. We enjoy going to sporting events, traveling and relaxing at our lake home during the summer months.

As a school counselor, I provide students with academic, career, and personal/social support through large group activities, and individual counseling. School counselors also share resources, ideas, and strategies with classroom teachers to address specific concerns within the individual classrooms. My mission is to provide a comprehensive school counseling program that addresses the academic, career, and personal/social development of all students through a collaborative effort between the home, school, and community. The ultimate objective is to prepare students to be productive, well-rounded, informed, and responsible contributing members of society.

School counselors are professional school advocates who provide support to maximize student potential and achievement. In partnership with other educators, families, and the community, school counselors facilitate a support system to ensure all students have access to the tools enabling them to become responsible and productive citizens.

  • Individual counseling services are also available to assist students. Occasionally, children need assistance with the developmental challenges of making friends and learning appropriate social behavior. Many children also may face changes within their family structure. As a result, children may bring many issues and concerns to school with them, making learning difficult. The school counselor provides a comfortable setting where students can express their feelings and concerns to promote self-understanding and support. If services are needed outside of the school setting, the counselor may refer families to community counseling resources.
  • Small group counseling sessions are available to provide students with information and to offer support through a difficult situation. Groups are formed on an as-needed basis and include such topics as study skills, loss, friendship, divorce, etc.

I look forward to discussing how we can work together to best meet the needs of your child. I always enjoy hearing from parents. Please contact me with any questions or concerns.