Counseling
WHAT DOES A COUNSELING PROGRAM DO AT THE HIGH SCHOOL?
A comprehensive high school counseling/guidance program provides the following services to students:
  • Academic planning: Goal setting, academic interventions, college planning, credit recovery, college testing registration, alternative programs, Dual credit in high school-AP, Running Start, College in the High School, Tech Prep credit.

  • Personal assistance: help with overcoming obstacles to be successful in school, problem solving, conflict resolution, testing anxiety, 

  • Post high school planning: Helping students develop & solidify a plan for after graduation, taking the necessary steps to make that happen; taking advantage of opportunities, college & career planning, college admissions, apprenticeship programs, scholarships,  professional/tech schools, ASVAB, financial aid, 

Students are assigned to counselors by their last names.

MAKE AN APPOINTMENT WITH YOUR COUNSELOR
Make your appointment online. Students, use your school email address.


A-Go: Kiley Moss KileyM@ckschools.org 
Book at: 
https://kileymoss.youcanbook.me/

Gr-O: Keri Williams Keriw@ckschools.org 
Book at: https://keriwilliams.youcanbook.me/

P-Z
: Heather Savard: HeatherSa@ckschools.org 
Book at: https://heathersavard.youcanbook.me/


MAKE AN APPOINTMENT WITH  THE CAREER COORDINATOR:

Make an appointment with Mrs. Howell regarding:
- Post-High School planning, Career Planning, Technical Colleges & Community Colleges 
- Apprenticeship Opportunities, Military Options
- Job ShadowsWork-based Learning 


Career Center Coordinator: KrisH@ckschools.org  
Book at: https://krishowell.youcanbook.me   

*To work on your High School & Beyond Plan portfolio: Please see Mrs. Wilhite, Portfolio Specialist, in the Career Office

Sign Up for College/Career Events at OHS via the Counseling Office 

 
2017-2018 Registration Timeline

Registration has occurred. Counselors met with students in their English or History classes from Feb. 22nd-March 17th to register for the 2017-2018 school-year and were given Registration materials that were to be returned to school.

If your student has not yet registered, they must return the required Registration form & AP Contract (if applicable) signed by parent/guardian as soon as possible. Counselors will hold Make-Up Registration sessions during Tutorial for students with paperwork to input course selections until March 31st.


The Required forms & Course catalog is available online below. 


REQUIRED FORMS FOR REGISTRATION 

 Incoming Freshmen (FMS & RMS) - Deadline was March 2nd & 3rd- submit to Middle School Counselors
 Current 9th Graders- Due Mon, March 13th 
 Current Sophomores - Due Tues, March 14th
 Current Juniors - Due Thurs, March 16th
 AP Contract (Required parent/student signature for all AP course registrations)
 2017-18 Course Catalog






New-Join the OHS Counseling Department Google Classroom

Each grade-level has their own Google Classroom online, where publications & events will be posted and updated. Relevant & time-sensitive notifications will be sent out periodically. Students & parents join by entering their grade-level code. Still being updated...more info to come soon..

Freshmen (Class of 2020): 62cu91w
Sophomores (2019): e1bhklf
Juniors (2018): i3ibnx
Seniors (2017): sl48k2g


Counseling Support Staff
Counseling Center phone number: 360-662-2742. Fax: 360-662-2741.

The secretaries and registrar in the Counseling Office assist students and parents with transcript requests, school enrollment/registration, immunization records, school attendance verification, new student orientation, student records, scholarships and general information.

Students can make appointments with their counselors by signing up in the Counseling office before or after school, or by getting a pass to be excused from class to meet with them.