At Crestline Schools we are dedicated to each child under our care. Our Guidance Department’s aim is to send every graduating student into the world prepared for college or a career. As a small school we have the opportunity to invest in one-on-one relationships with every student Pre-K to 12 and help set each student up for success into adulthood.
The ACT is one of most widely used college entrance exams. The ACT is available to take in your junior year of high school, leaving time to retake it as a senior if you wish for the opportunity to improve your score. Students may register for the ACT online or through a packet acquired at the Guidance Office. For those students wishing to practice for the test, ACT offers an online prep class or practice test booklets are available in the Guidance Office.
The SAT is another widely used college entrance exam. Some colleges require the SAT and some do not. Check with your schools for testing requirements. Some out-of-state schools only accept SAT test results.
State achievement tests tell us how well our students are growing in knowledge and skills outlined in Ohio’s Learning Standards. These tests help guide and strengthen future teaching so we can be sure that we are preparing our students for long-term success in school, college, careers and life. Test results also allow citizens to know how their local schools are performing compared to others around the state.
As a school counselor, my role is to help all Crestline High School students apply academic achievement strategies, manage emotions and apply interpersonal skills and plan for post-secondary options (higher education, military, workforce).
My services include providing: