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Welcome to the Goshen High School Guidance page!  We hope you will find lots of valuable information on this page to help your high school student find success in high school and beyond! If you need to contact us for any reason please see the staff link with email addresses and phone numbers.


Our Guidance Department:


Mrs. Kerri Mantz:  Grades 11 - 12 Guidance Counselor


Mrs. Kelly Royal:  Grades 9 - 10 Guidance Counselor


Mr. Scott Mohler:  College Planning/Financial Aid Advisor


Mrs. Margie Hadley:  Guidance Secretary


Thank you for checking the GHS Guidance page.  This is a very uncertain time for us all and therefore we want you to know that we want to continue to support all of you in every way we can.  Please email your school counselor with any questions or concerns.  We will do everything we can to get you answers, help, or to the correct person that can help or answer your questions!  Also, please follow our Guidance Google Classroom for updates, helpful videos, etc. that you can use as we await our return to school!
Mrs. Royal - Grades 9-10
Mrs. Mantz - Grades 11-12
During these times we want to make sure to support the mental health of our students and their families.  Please use the following resources.
Members or our school district have teamed together to create a district wide video to educate others about the autism spectrum in honor of Autism Awareness Month.  Please take a moment to check out the final product produced in part by Mrs. Emily Slagle and her GNN team (with a special commendation for Danne Wendel)!



How to request an official transcript (ex. to a college

  1. Go to and click on the red "GHS” tab
  2. In the red top bar, click on “Students" then drop down and click on "Clever"
  3. Login into Clever with your Google account information
  4. Once in Clever, scroll on main page and click on "Naviance"
  5. On Naviance student, under "Colleges" click on "Colleges I'm Thinking About"
  6. Next to the magnifying glass, search for the college(s) you are applying to
  7. Find the college, and click the heart next to the college to select as a favorite
  8. Once all colleges you are applying to are marked as favorites, go back to the "Colleges I'm Thinking About" screen
  9. Place a check mark next to all colleges and then click “Move to Application List"
  10. For each college listed, you must select an application deadline that you prefer and how you will apply. You can NOT chose "I'm not sure yet" if you want a transcript sent right away.
  11. Now click on "Add and Request Transcripts"
  12. Select the type of transcript you want sent (initial, midyear or final)
  13. Click on "Request and Finish"
  14. Please allow 24-48 hours for transcript requests to be received and sent. Click on "Manage Transcripts" to make changes or verify receipt of request.

 How to request an unofficial transcript (ex. to yourself or for scholarships) 

  1. Go to and click on the red "GHS” tab
  2. In the red top bar, click on "Students" then drop down and click on "Clever"
  3. Login into Clever with your Google account information
  4. Once in Clever, scroll on main page and click on “Naviance"
  5. Click on "Colleges I'm Applying To"
  6. Click on “Manage Transcripts"
  7. Click on the red plus sign and select "Other Transcript"
  8. Complete the form
    1. Select type of transcript
    2. Select reason for transcript
    3. Select a deadline if applicable
    4. Complete recipient name (please use full name)
    5. If you would like it mailed, enter an address in the appropriate boxes If you would like it emailed, please type full email address under "Other Notes"
    6. Click on “Request and Finish"
  9. Please allow 24-48 hours for transcript requests to be received and sent. Click on "Manage Transcripts" to make changes or verify receipt of request. 
Please click on the blue "Order Records" link to the right. You must create an account and request your transcript through Transcripts (official and/or unofficial) will ONLY be sent through this process.
Please use the link to the right for additional information regarding the ACT (how to sign up, the cost, reminders, future test dates, etc.).
Next Test Date: 
April 4th (late registration deadline of March 13th)  *At this time we are uncertain if this ACT administration will remain or will be cancelled.  Please refer back prior to this date for any updates.  Also, please check your email and ACT account for any updates on this administration.
Reminders for ACT test day:
  • Arrive to your testing location no later than 7:55 am
  • Bring a calculator (check approved calculator list to make sure your calculator is allowed), pencils, photo I.D., and ACT ticket
  • Even if you are a Goshen student, you will not be allowed into the test without a photo I.D.
Please click on the tab to the right to learn more about the Great Oaks campuses, programs offered, and the application process.
  • The priority deadline for Great Oaks applications was February 6th.  Students who have applied already have been notified of their application status. 
  • If your student is interested in still applying for the Great Oaks for next year, please visit and complete the online application.  You will be notified by the Oaks with an application status and further steps after this application is submitted.
Do you need more information on the current requirements for graduation?  Please check out the slideshow and the flyer attached below with the current graduation requirements for the classes of 2020, 2021, and 2022 and contact your student's guidance counselor with any further questions! 
Please note:  The graduation requirements for the Class of 2023 are currently in review through the Ohio Department of Education and we will notify you when we have more information!
All students are required to completed 12 hours of community service in order to participate in the graduation ceremony.  Community service forms must be completed (see link below) and submitted to your student's class advisor.  If you would like to check on how many hours have been submitted for your student, please contact your student's class advisor listed below.
Class Advisors:
9th Grade - Mrs. Jennifer Rammel
10th Grade - Mrs. Glorida Settelmayer & Mrs. Tyne Davis
11th Grade - Mrs. Jennifer Grimmett
12th Grade - Mrs. Jennifer Cook
Students who are interested in applying for Flex Credit need to complete the application below and submit to the guidance office.  A committee will meet to review the application.  Once a decision has been made by the committee, the guidance counselor will contact you regarding the status.
Are you interested in doing an internship this fall, spring, or next summer?  Goshen High School has teamed up with a wide variety of businesses and organizations in order to allow for our students (juniors and seniors typically) to gain some hands-on experiential learning in a variety of fields including:

Physician​ ​Assistant​ ​(Beacon​ ​Orthopaedics)
Physical​ ​Therapy​ ​(Drayer​ ​Physical​ ​Therapy)
Athletic​ ​Training​ ​(Drayer​ ​Physical​ ​Therapy)
Park​ ​Naturalist​ ​(Clermont​ ​County​ ​Park​ ​District)
Aviation​ ​(U.C.​ ​Clermont/Sporty’s​ ​Pilot​ ​Shop)
Business​ ​(U.C.​ ​Clermont​ ​Dean’s​ ​Office)
Graphic​ ​Design​ ​(U.C.​ ​Cermont)
Interior​ ​Design​ ​(Lopez​ ​Studio​ ​Group)
Architecture​ ​(Lopez​ ​Studio​ ​Group)
Human​ ​Resources​ ​(HR)​ ​(Lykins​ ​Energy​ ​Solutions)
Information​ ​Technology​ ​(IT)​ ​(Lykins​ ​Energy​ ​Solutions)
Accounting​ ​(Lykins​ ​Energy​ ​Solutions)
Petroleum​ ​Engineering/Fuel​ ​Procurement​ ​(Lykins​ ​Energy​ ​Solutions) Petroleum​ ​Transport​ ​(Lykins​ ​Energy​ ​Solutions)
Marketing​ ​(Lykins​ ​Energy​ ​Solutions)
o Meteorology
​ ​(National​ ​Weather​ ​Service)
o Web
​ ​Development​ ​(Primax)
o Software
​ ​Engineer​ ​(Siemens)


**If you are interested in a different area than listed above or have a contact for an internship placement please let us know so we can help you arrange your internship!


If you would like to apply for one of these internships, please complete the Internship application and turn it in to the guidance office by the deadline on the application (deadline date depends on whether you are applying for fall, spring, or summer).  The application can be found in the guidance office as well as listed under important forms to the right.