Senior High School Guidance

Mrs. Jennifer Nagy
College Guidance Counselor

Mrs. Julie Boesel
Administrative Assistant

Phone: 419-536-8047
Fax: 419-534-5384

CEEB Code: 365050

2020-2021 College Admission Profile


Virtual 9th Grade Parent Night

Mrs. Jennifer Nagy will host a virtual 9th Grade Parent Night on Thursday, December 3.

A video series will be available for review prior to that evening. Topics will include:

  • Understanding your child's PreACT results
  • Introduction to SCOIR for help researching colleges and careers
  • College visit opportunities
  • Importance of the high school curriculum and extracurricular activities

Mrs. Nagy will then host a virtual Q&A session on Thursday, December 3 at 6:00 p.m. A Google Meet link will be sent by email prior to that evening.

The PreACT results will be distributed to students prior to that evening. Instructions regarding test score distribution to remote learners will also be sent.


Virtual Senior Class Meeting with Jostens

Class of 2021 - It's time to begin planning for graduation!

The seniors will attend a required virtual class meeting on Monday, December 7 at 2:20 p.m.

Remote learners and students with early release are asked to join the meeting from home. Students in the building are asked to join from their regular classroom or go to the auditorium where Mrs. Nagy will be located.

Mr. Jason Miller from Jostens will provide an overview of the ordering process for caps, gowns, and other graduation items. An informational video will then be sent to families and order packets will be mailed home.


Virtual 8th Grade Parent Night

The video series for the virtual 8th Grade Parent Night is available for review here.

Videos include introductory information about the high school, high school counseling services, and an overview of the high school college planning curriculum.


Method Test Prep - Free Online Tool for ACT/SAT Prep

All OHHS students have free access to Method Test Prep, an online program that helps students improve their ACT and SAT scores. Students can listen to math, verbal, and writing tutorials and each tutorial is accompanied by a quiz to assess student mastery. The program is highly adaptive and keeps track of a student’s strengths and weaknesses. Students have access to a large pool of practice questions and receive instant feedback upon completion of each question. This feedback includes easy-to-understand explanations and videos.

Method Test Prep can be accessed any time of day or night when it is most convenient for the student. Method Test Prep is designed to be used either independently or as a supplement to other ACT/SAT preparation tools.

To create an account, students may go directly to They will click the “Sign Up” button to create a username and password. A link to Method Test Prep is also available in Naviance Student. In addition to creating an account, students are encouraged to watch The First 7 Things You Should Do on Method Test Prep video available at


COVID-19 Mental Health Support and Resources

If you are worried that someone is experiencing a mental health crisis, tell a family member or trusted adult right away. Call 911 or the police if there is any concern about anyone's safety.

The Mental Health & Recovery Services Board of Lucas County has created the COVID-19 Emotional Support Line for anyone experiencing anxiety, loneliness, depression, or other emotional challenges due to the pandemic. Access the support line by calling 419-442-0580.

ProMedica's Resource Center has a list of helpful hotlines and links to help keep you informed.

Below are free worksheets from Between Sessions Resources. The worksheets can help you and your child manage anxious thoughts related to the pandemic and one's personal health:

Are You Really Sick?

Become Mindful of Your World

What To Do When You Worry Too Much About Your Health

An article written by Erin Walsh and David Walsh in Psychology Today offers a number of online resources to help teens talk about the coronavirus.

As students make the transition to remote learning, these tips offered by Northeastern University may be helpful.


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