The Ohio Hi-Point Counseling Department is available to assist and advise each student in the areas of academic, career, and personal/social development.
In collaboration with parents/guardians, faculty, and the community, our school counselors and support staff assist and support students in developing skills to encourage their personal growth as a lifelong learner, a quality leader, and a critical thinker.
Mrs. Gonglik is the school counselor for students from the following schools: Bellefontaine, Graham, Marysville, Mechanicsburg, Riverside, Triad, and Urbana.
Mrs. Gessler is the school counselor for students from the following schools: Benjamin Logan, Indian Lake, Kenton, Ridgemont, Upper Scioto Valley, Waynesfield-Goshen, and West Liberty-Salem.
Class of 2020
As a student who entered grade 9 between July 1, 2016, and June 30, 2017, you have multiple pathways to earn a high school diploma so that you can move on to your next steps in education or a career. Review the graduation requirements and pathways by clicking the link below.
Class of 2021 and 2022
It's your future. Get ready. As a student entering ninth grade between July 1, 2017 and June 30, 2019, Ohio’s new high school graduation requirements give you more flexibility to choose a graduation pathway that builds on your strengths and passions – one that ensures you are ready for your next steps and excited about the future.
Career and College Readiness resources
Attending Ohio Hi-Point means you've taken an important step towards your successful career. We want to make sure you have the tools to best prepare so that when you leave campus, you're ready to take on the real world. Please utilize the resources provided below to plan and review your career and college plans.
Students, please check your emails from Mrs. Gonglik and Mrs. Gessler about the latest scholarship opportunities available to you.
As a high school senior, there are several local and state scholarship opportunities to help make college more affordable.
Ohio Hi-Point Scholarships
Ohio Hi-Point offers several scholarships for graduating seniors. The full list of scholarships will be available soon!
As scholarships become available, we will post them here.
Mary Eleanor Morris Scholarship
Pioneer Electric Cooperative
2020 Prudential Spirit of Community Awards Scholarship Opportunity
Heisman Scholarship (Referral link)
Graphic Communication Scholarships
Educational Office Professionals of Ohio (EOPO) Lila M. Van Sweringen Scholarship
Please take a look at the following website that has 200 scholarships offered by the Columbus Foundation. Use the scholarship search to narrow down the scholarships applicable to you. One of them is specifically for students who reside in Logan County and want to pursue an Agriculture related major called the Jim Redman Scholarship. If you are pursuing Ag as a major, please be sure to apply!
Horatio Alger Association
Visit the Horatio Alger Association to search and apply for scholarships from the national and state level. You can also search specifically for career and technical scholarships.
Watch the Due Dates!
As a reminder, please make sure to pay attention to the criteria for any of the scholarships you are applying for and the application due dates. Please ask Mrs. Gonglik or Mrs. Gessler if you have any other questions.
Good luck and happy scholarship hunting!
Find additional scholarship opportunities at your home school by clicking your school below:
Resources & Additional information
Support hotlines and resources are listed below for students.
General Crisis Support by TextCrisis Text Line: Text SUPPORT to 741-741. Trained counselors can discuss anything that's on your mind. It's free, confidential, and available 24/7.
Depression and suicideThe Trevor Project: Call 866-488-7386. You can live chat with the Trevor Project 24/7 (except Fridays from 4-5 p.m. EST)
Dating Abuse and Domestic Violenceloveisrespect: You can call 1-866-331-9474 anytime (24/7) or chat online with loveisrespect any day of the day from 5 p.m. to 3 a.m. EST or text loveis to 22522.
National Domestic Violence Hotline: Call 1-800-799-7233 or email the National Domestic Violence Hotline. Both options are available 24/7.
RAINN: Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network: Call 1-800-656-4673 or live chat with RAINN. Both options are available 24/7.
Runaways, Homeless, and At-Risk YouthNational Runaway Safeline: Call 1-800-786-2929. The safeline is available 24/7. Or live chat with the safeline 7 days a week from 4:30-11:30 p.m. CST.
Home Free: Family reunification program provides free bus tickets to eligible runaway and homeless youth.
Ohio Hi-Point Career Center is committed to providing a safe learning environment for all students and that means ensuring that every student can attend school without the fear of harassment. Bullying can happen during or after school hours. While most reported bullying incidents happen at school, a large percentage of bullying happens while going to and from school, on the bus, and even in your neighborhood.
Types of bullying:
- Physical bullying - actual harm to another individual’s body such as hitting, kicking or punching
- Verbal bullying - threats, teasing, and/or name calling
- Social or Relational bullying - gossip, rumors and intentionally leaving someone out of interactions
- Cyberbullying - repeatedly threatening, defaming, teasing or ridiculing another individual by sending harmful, threatening text or instant messages, for example, or posting derogatory comments or photos on Facebook and other social media platforms
Do you believe you have been bullied? Below are steps students can take to get help:
Let an adult know right away! This can be your teacher, counselor or parent.
Send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org