Mrs. McFarland'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. Melissa McFarland School Counselor 7-12 (419) 963-2611 x1050 Conference Period 7:45am-3:15pm email@example.com
Transcripts may be requested by one of the following methods :
E-mail Mrs. Welch (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Mrs. McFarland (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 Student Growth Opportunities
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 @ CRHS soon! Please sign up in the blue Workstation folder to speak with a Rep!
College Credit Options
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. Mrs. McFarland will host a CC+ meeting on February 6th, 2018 @ 6pm to cover options, requirements, and details. The date/time of the meeting is publicized via letter sent home with the students, on the CRHS website, Mrs. McFarland's web page (right here), the CR listserv, the Counselor Corner bulletin board, and during morning announcements.
Advanced Placement (AP)- AP classes are college-level classes taken in high school via the national College Board organization. At the end of the course, students take an exam. If they receive a qualifying score (3, 4 or 5), many colleges will offer them college credit or advanced placement. Traditionally, CR offers American History as an AP class. The exam is generally in May.