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Counseling Resources & Information

SCHOOL COUNSELING

Staff

High School Counselor: Nichole Miller, 419-946-3946
Jr. High Counselor: Hilary Bunting, 419-947-9584
Elementary Counselor: Sarah Creswell, 419-947-1900
 
 
 
 
SENIORS AND SENIOR PARENTS  
SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS ARE BEING ADDED TO THE WEBSITE AS THEY COME IN. PLEASE BEGIN CHECKING WEEKLY. GO TO THE STUDENT TAB, COUNSELING OFFICE AND CLICK THE RED LOCAL SCHOLARSHIP LINK TO VIEW AND DOWNLOAD. HARD COPIES AVAILABLE IN THE COUNSELORS OFFICE.          
 
SENIORS AND PARENTS OF SENIORS In order to complete the FAFSA (even if you think you won't get aid you SHOULD complete the FAFSA becasue all schools require it for their school based scholarships) you need an FSA ID. Click the link for instructions Creating your FSA ID
 
SENIORS AND PARENTS OF SENIORS If you need help in completing the FAFSA Ohio State University Marion offers FAFSA Completion sessions listed here. Due to limited space, registration is REQUIRED. Please click here to register.
 
OHIO STATE MARION FAFSA Completion Workshop Dates
Wednesday, October 17, 2018 , 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. - Room 231, Library/Classroom Building  
Wednesday, November 7, 2018 , 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. - Room 231, Library/Classroom Building  
Wednesday, December 5, 2018 , 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. - Room 231, Library/Classroom Building  
Wednesday, January 16, 2019 , 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. - Room 227, Library/Classroom Building  
 
Click HERE for other regional session options and be sure to register.
 
 
COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS for 2019-2020 
 
 Each year qualified students in grades 7-12 across Ohio are eligible to participate in College Credit Plus. College Credit Plus (CCP) is a state program that allows high school students to take college classes at the Ohio college or university of their choice. These classes count for both high school credit and college credit. The program is intended to provide expanded opportunities for appropriately qualified students to experience course work at the college or university level. Any student admitted to a course by an institution of higher education will be expected to perform at the same level as the institution’s regular students. College courses should either contribute to or supplement the broad academic preparation needed by students. Northmor Local Schools fully supports eligible students that wish to participate in the CCP program and follows state requirements in compliance with with ORC 3365.04.

 Advice for College Visits
Before your college visit:
- Research your school
- Call ahead to schedule your visit
While you're on campus:
- Talk to an admissions counselor or financial aid administrator
- Visit with students for insider viewpoints
- Sit in on a class and spend the night in a dorm
- Write down your general impressions
- Imagine yourself there for the next four years
Stuff you need to ask:
- What's the average class size?
- Is off-campus student housing an option?
- How safe is the campus?
- What extracurricular activities does the school offer?
- Can I have my car on campus? Is there enough parking?
- Will I have adequate computer access:
- What types of academic support services are available?
- Are freshman courses taught by professors or graduate students?
Northmor Local School District | 5247 County Road 29 Galion, OH 44833 | Telephone: 419.946.8861 | Fax: 419.947.6255 |
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