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School, College & Career Counseling

School Counseling Update

Spring is a busy time of year!


Vermilion High School Counselors are busy planning for this Spring and the 2022-2023 school year!
All in-person students have met with their school counselor to pick courses for the next school year.  Students in grades 9-11 have been working on their Graduation Plans and meeting with their school counselors to discuss future plans.  Mrs. Scullin is busy meeting with the 7th graders to go over scheduling incoming 8th graders. Signed Course Request Sheets were due in February and parents were to indicate if they wanted a Graduation Plan Meeting with their student and their student's school counselor. Those meetings are happening now!

Juniors took their ACT in March and have the opportunity to attend BGSU for a college visit and the Finances 101 simulation game.  Sophomores have taken their YouScience Career Aptitude Test and the school counselors have visited 10th grade English classes to go over student results.  Seniors had the opportunity to visit Lorain County Community College for a tour and presentation. Seniors have submitted local scholarship applications however more are posted to our website daily! See the "Scholarship Information" tab on the left side of this page!  

Welcome

The mission of the Vermilion Local Schools professional school counseling program is to provide a comprehensive developmental counseling program to all students centered around an engaging curriculum that encourages the highest level of student achievement through their growth in academic, career, and personal / social domains.

Contact Information


Mrs. Jordan Fahr - School Counselor
Students A-K  Grades 10-12 
Ext. 396


Mrs. Cara Habermehl - School Counselor
Students L-Z Grades 10-12

Mrs. Allison Scullin  - School Counselor
Grades 8 & 9
Ext. 393

Mrs. Joni Snyder - Administrative Assistant
Student Services / District Special Education
Ext. 306
 

Office Hours 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Please email to set up an appointment with your student's counselor.