School Counseling Department

Last Updated: 7/1/2020 3:22 PM



Important School Counseling Department FAQs- Due to School Closure  


AP Exam Coronavirus Updates


Contact Information

Wadsworth High School
Guidance Office
625 Broad Street
Wadsworth, Ohio  44281

Phone:  330.335.1386; FAX:  330.335.1376
Hours:  Monday-Friday, 7:10 AM - 2:55 PM

By clicking on the staff member's name, you will open a direct e-mail link.

Kelly Rapp School Counselor (Names beginning A-D)
Laurie Freund School Counselor (Names beginning E-K)
Jodie McInnes School Counselor (Names beginning L-Rh)
Lauren Ross School Counselor (Names beginning Ri-Z)
Michele Adams   Secretary
Candi Weber Records Clerk


Scheduling Presentation 10-12th grade 2020/21


Graduation Requirements

Ohio Department of Education Graduation Requirements 

Honors Diploma Checklist 


College Planning Links

Naviance Student- sign in for select links and resources

College Planning--Senior Naviance Workshop

What You Need to Know About Applying to College- Senior Packet

WHS Senior Boot Camp Presentation 2019 

Junior College Planning Presentation 

College Planning Handbook for Juniors 

Big Future

College Week Live provides live tours and chats


College Fairs 

NCAA ClearinghouseA or (information for student athletes planning on participating in Division 1 or II NCAA athletics) 

NAIA Clearinghouse (information for student athletes planning on participating at an NAIA college)

NCAA/NAIA (provides answers to common questions concerning the collegiate athletic recruiting process for high school student-athletes and their parents)



PE Exemption Form

College Application Transcript Request Form/Record Release

Student Profile 

School Profile


College Testing Links

Test Prep:  Choosing the ACT or SAT  Peterson's article, which discusses information about the ACT and SAT, includes advice on selecting which test is best for you.

ACT/SAT Score Comparisons

ACT Registration & Test Dates

SAT Registration

SAT Practice

ACT/SAT Study Guide

ACT Prep Information


Financial Aid/Scholarship Information

Federal Student Aid website

College Now Appointments (click here)

FAFSA (Complete/submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid online.)

Military Tuition Support Programs

Scholarship Search Engines: and Fastweb

High Five Scholarships

College Scholarship Program


Additional Info


College Credit Plus

Parents who did not attend the meeting: click on the link below and please review the presentation. After reading, please email the Guidance secretary at to request required forms. 


Any fall applicants who need to reschedule ACT or SAT testing should reschedule to the next available test.  Students who were scheduled for the April 4 National ACT, should reschedule to the National ACT on June 13.  The University of Akron’s Testing Center is still working on a make-up date for the canceled March 21, Residual ACT.  We hope to have more details later this month.  As with the summer, please have students contact us with any issues related to testing.  Should any future national test dates be postponed, we will update everyone as any changes arise.


Here is a reminder of the steps for your students to apply:

  1. Complete the online application:
  2. Submit an official high school transcript
  3. Submit the CCP signature page (signed by the student, parent and high school counselor):
  4. Submit ACT or SAT scores

Email all forms to

Extension of the Intent to Participate Deadline

The state has extended the Intent to Participate Deadline from April 1 to May 1

College Credit Plus Presentation Slides 


Naviance Student Login

College Now Appointments (click here)

Secondary Academic Opportunities for Students

Helpful Guides

Curriculum Guide 2020-2021

PSAT Powerpoint


AP Testing

AP Practice Tests



Understanding the PSAT Results

Grizzly Course Registration 

Medina County Community Resources Referral List

Medina County Coalition for Suicide Prevention


Scheduling/Course Selection 2020-2021

Course Selection Powerpoint from Parent Meeting on 1/22/20


Career Planning

Four Cities Educational Compact

Occupational Outlook Handbook

Opportunities for High School Students