Mrs. Barnhart's office is on the 2nd floor of the high school. There is also a "Counselor Corner" bulletin board and a "Guidance Work Station" in the hallway. All students are encouraged to stop in with questions, pick up resource materials, or just give a quick "hello"!
Mrs. Bethany Barnhart School Counselor 7-12 (419) 963-2611 x1050 email@example.com
Sophomores attend a presentation by Millstream representatives in November in the CRHS Community Room. At the presentation, sophomores receive information about specific programs and the application process. The all-sophomore trip to Millstream (to learn more about attending the career center during their junior and senior years) occurs in December. Also, a parent/student Open House takes place in December. The deadline to submit applications is JANUARY 15 of sophomore year. Students accepted then attend their selected Millstream program for both junior and senior year. For more information about Millstream, please visit their website at http://www.millstreamctc.org/
Scholarships (Seniors only)
(Deadlines are in parentheses).
United Way of Hancock County Foundations Scholarship - 3.5 GPA or higher and plans to attend as a full time student next year. Go online to https://www.liveunitedhancockcounty.org/secor-scholarship-information-and-application (Jan. 18)
Bonnie Eddy Educational Supply and Book Grant - A graduating senior that plans to major in teacher education in an accredited college or university in the state of Ohio. (January 31)
Pheasants Forever Scholarship - 3.5 GPA requirement (Feb. 1)
Hancock-Wood Electric Scholarship - Go on-line to https://www.hwe.coop/community-involvement/scholarship-program/ (Feb. 1)
WTLW TV Broadcast Scholarship - A senior that plans to pursue a career in the broadcast industry, after attending college. (Feb. 9) See email from Mrs. Barnhart for the scholarship.
Megawatt Scholarship - A senior that plans to major in science, technology, engineering, or math. Go on-line to www.megawattscholarships.org
Black Swamp Bucks Unlimited Scholarship - 2.5 GPA or higher and follow the other criteria listed in the scholarship application (March 19)
Old Fort Bank Scholarship - Students that are attending Heidelberg University, Tiffin University or the University of Findlay and have a 3.0 GPA or higher. Go on-line to https://www.oldfortbank.com/about-us/scholarships.html . (March 31)
FAF SA Information
Please click on the link below for some thorough, up-to-date information about the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid), the form that seniors must fill out in order to determine eligibility for scholarships, grants, loans, and work study programs!
LendEDU's text hotline: (302)278-4037
Transcripts may be requested by one of the following methods :
E-mail Mrs. Welch (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Mrs.
barnhart (email@example.com) with your request;
-or- Fill out the form below and return it to the CRHS office or fax to (419)963-4400: Transcript_request_form.doc
College Visit Form
*To be filled out by Juniors and Seniors going on a visit to a college and returned to the office prior to the visit*: College_Visit_Form.pdf
College, Military, and Employer Rep Visitors The following visitors will be zooming with CRHS soon!
Bluffton University: Wednesday October 7th at 9am
Rhodes State College: Wednesday October 7th at 12:30pm
The Ohio State University (main & Lima campus): Wednesday October 7th at 1:30pm
Bowling Green State University: Wednesday October 14th at 10am
Wright State: Wednesday October 14th at 1pm
Ohio State ATI: Wednesday October 28th at 9am
Please email Mrs. Barnhart if you would like to join a zoom meeting with a Rep!
College Credit Options
Any interested 7th-12th grader (for the 2021-2022 school year) and their parents/guardians are welcome to attend Cory-Rawson's College Credit Plus (CCP) Night on January 14th. This year the meeting will be held at Cory-Rawson's Elementary Cafeteria at 6:00pm. It is important to attend if your student plans to take college classes next year and/or plans to attend Millstream in one of the CCP option programs.
College Credit Plus Program- CC+ was created to allow eligible students (grades 7-12) to take college classes while in high school. Students earn college credit and high school graduation credit through college coursework. The purpose of the program is to promote rigorous academic pursuits and to provide a wider variety of options to high school students. Students/parents interested in CC+ must declare to the district their intent to participate by APRIL 1 in order to participate during the following year. I will host a CC+ meeting in mid-winter to cover options, requirements, and details. The date/time of the meeting is publicized on the CRHS main website, here, printed hallway signs, the CR listserv, the Counselor Corner bulletin board, and during morning announcements.