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
NEED A TRANSCRIPT?
Goshen High School uses a transcript request online service called Parchment. Please click the blue box to the right which says "Order Records" with the link to Parchment to place a transcript request. You will set up an account and can order transcripts and have them sent to your desired location. This form of transcript request is for all current students as well as Goshen High School alumni.
SCHEDULING INFORMATION FOR THE 2019-2020 SCHOOL YEAR:
- For 8th graders: Please take a look at the slideshow and handouts from Parent Information Night. It covers graduation requirements, how to complete the Class Selection Forms, and the timeline and next steps of scheduling classes for your 8th graders as they transition into the high school.
- Please make sure to attend the online scheduling night @ GHS on Tuesday, February 19th from 5:30-7:00!
WANT TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE GREAT OAKS CAMPUSES?
Please click on the tab to the right to learn more about the Great Oaks campuses, programs offered, and the process for applying for current sophomores.
- Student should have applications for Great Oaks completed by February 4th as this is when they will begin placing students into labs
- Open House for Scarlet Oaks is Jan 31st from 5:30-7:30 and Live Oaks is Jan 30th from 5:30 - 7:00.
UPCOMING ACT INFORMATION:
National test dates are for the United States, United States territories, and Puerto Rico. If you have missed the late registration deadline for a test date, you may be able to request standby testing.
All requests for accommodations and English Learner supports, including appeals, must be submitted by the late registration deadline through the Test Accessibility and Accommodations (TAA) system. Accommodations and English learner supports are not available for standby testing.
2018-2019 Test Dates (National)
||(Late Fee Required)
|April 13, 2019
||March 8, 2019
||March 9-25, 2019
|June 8, 2019
||May 3, 2019
||May 4-20, 2019
|July 13, 2019*
||June 14, 2019
||June 15-24, 2019
Reminders for ACT test day:
- Arrive 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.
Go to www.actstudent.org
to register. If you qualify for free or reduced lunch you can qualify for a fee waiver to cover the cost of the test ($62.50 with writing, $46.00 without). See the guidance office for the waiver.
INTERESTED IN DOING AN INTERNSHIP?
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:
o Physician Assistant (Beacon Orthopaedics)
o Physical Therapy (Drayer Physical Therapy)
o Athletic Training (Drayer Physical Therapy)
o Park Naturalist (Clermont County Park District)
o Aviation (U.C. Clermont/Sporty’s Pilot Shop)
o Business (U.C. Clermont Dean’s Office)
o Graphic Design (U.C. Cermont)
o Interior Design (Lopez Studio Group)
o Architecture (Lopez Studio Group)
o Human Resources (HR) (Lykins Energy Solutions)
o Information Technology (IT) (Lykins Energy Solutions)
o Accounting (Lykins Energy Solutions)
o Petroleum Engineering/Fuel Procurement (Lykins Energy Solutions) o Petroleum Transport (Lykins Energy Solutions)
o 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.
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 and contact your student's guidance counselor with any further questions!
COMMUNITY SERVICE REQUIREMENT:
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 to your right) and submitted to your student's class advisor.
9th Grade - Mrs. Flannery
10th Grade - Mrs. Grimmett
11th Grade - Mrs. Cook
12th Grade - Mrs. Huening
INTERESTED IN APPLYING FOR FLEX CREDIT:
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.