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


Lourdes University Financial Aid Night

Thursday, November 5
6:30-8:00 p.m.
Franciscan Center

Information about completing the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) will be reviewed as well as the types of federal and student aid that is available. Advice will also be given about how to compare costs after aid is offered from different schools.

All grade levels are invited. There is no cost to attend.


College Application Bootcamps - Class of 2021

The seniors had great attendance at the College Application Bootcamps. Students learned how to update their SCOIR account, create their Common Application account, request their high school transcript, letters of recommendation, and other important information needed to complete their college applications.

Mrs. Nagy has created a few short tutorial videos to help review some of the information that was covered. The videos can be viewed here.


Virtual Senior Parent Meeting - Class of 2021

Mrs. Nagy has created a five-part video series for this year's virtual Senior Parent Night. Parents are able to access the videos here. The series covers the following topics:

Part 1 - College Application Bootcamp
Part 2 - The Admission Application
Part 3 - Finalizing The List
Part 4 - Scholarships & Financial Aid
Part 5 - Final Thoughts

Parents may also schedule individual appointments. Meetings are scheduled via Google Meet at this time.


Information for College Admission Representatives:

Ottawa Hills High School is scheduling virtual college admission representative visits this fall. Visits may be requested through SCOIR at

Availability will be between September 1 and November 6. Once your visit request is confirmed, you will receive a designated Google Meet link. Visits should last no longer than 45 minutes. In-person visits to the high school will not be allowed.

Thank you for your interest and for allowing our students to access important information about your institution and the application process.


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:

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.

Please email Mrs. Browne ( or Mrs. Nagy ( should you have any questions or concerns.


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

For questions, please contact Mrs. Jennifer Nagy at


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