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Counseling Department


Counseling Department
Phone Number     330-357-8205 Ext 1002
Fax Number         330-274-0072
 
Guidance Counselors: 
Mrs. Katelyn Cristino (kcristino@crestwoodschools.org) - Class of 2020 and 2022
Mrs. Karen Graves (kgraves@crestwoodschools.org) - Class of 2019 and 2021
 
Guidance Secretary:
Mrs. Michelle Sweet (msweet@crestwoodschools.org)
 

_________________________________________________________________________CAREER PLANNING LINKS 

 Occupational Outlook HandbookCurrent career information from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
 
ocis.ode.state.oh.us User Name: crestwoodms Password: ohiocis03
 
http://www.jobhero.com/  Gives help with planning and writing resumes.  Provides templates and samples from people who have applied for and gotten jobs in their chosen field.
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 Crestwood High School College Entrance Examination Board Code,
                                         CEEB is 363-185
ACT:  Go to www.actstudent.org/start to register for the ACT
ACT Assessment Writing Test: Information about the ACT Assessment Writing Test.
College Board Online: Online SAT registration, test dates, college search, college essay evaluation.
Careers and Colleges: Search colleges by state, major, and other factors. 2016 is an exciting year for education as most public and private not-for-profit colleges and universities in Ohio are incorporating online degree programs. Knowing that students and families are faced with trying to figure out the best educational route to take, OnlineColleges.net has refocused their site and its resources to provide an investigative review of the online education landscape and critically evaluate the best program available, from quality to affordability. Most importantly, they have provided scholarship information that students can leverage to help finance their education.
SAT:  Sign up at sat.org/register
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FINANCIAL AID 
FAFSA: Free Application for Federal Student Aid – Applying online for financial aid.  Go to fafsa.gov.
FastWeb: Financial aid search.
Financial Aid Information Page: Search for scholarships.
http://www.college-scholarships.com - a website which lists and links to Ohio colleges, universities, career schools and technical schools.  It also has links to 70 scholarship search sites, links to colleges offering programs for students with learning disabilities, Christian colleges, Catholic colleges, accredited online degree programs, colleges for women and much more.
http://www.akroncf.org/Students - also has scholarship opportunities.  You can search by area of interest, field of study, school or other specific attributes allowinf you to locate relevant opportunities more quickly
TEACH TOMORROW: provides extensive teaching education resources, including financial aid and continuing education information, career advice, and teaching guides and tools. Among the newest features of our website are:
 -- Tech for Teachers Guidebook: Apps, Tools, and Online Resources
 -- Updated scholarship and financial aid lists for each state
 -- New search tool to connect students to the right degree program for them
 -- Certification and career information for each state
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COLLEGE BOUND ATHLETES
 NCAA Initial Eligibility Clearinghouse .Select Prospective Student Athletes, and then Domestic Student Release Form.
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STUDY SKILLS
Mystudentedge.com: Access Code to give to student and parents XLNXQNVQ.  Sign up as student or parent, enter access code and then create your own username and password to be used after the first time.
_______________________________________________________________________________WELLNESS AND SAFETY- TOPICS FOR TEENS AND PARENTS
 Al-Anon Family Group Headquarters, Inc. and Alateen: Information to help families and friends of alcoholics.Alateen is the recovery program for young people.
ATV Safety Institute: The All-Terrain Vehicle Safety Institute educates students and parents about the safe and responsible use of ATVs with the goal of reducing accidents and injuries.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:  Call 1-800-273-TALKor 1-800-273-8255 or online        www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org
Guide to Preventing Cyberbullying: 
Guide to Suicide Prevention:
Guide to Understanding and Avoiding Substance Abuse:
 
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 SELECTIVE SERVICE SYSTEM REGISTRATION FORM
 Register on-line at www.sss.gov