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Office of School Counseling

Office of School Counseling
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The Loveland High School community is committed to the principle that a strong academic program, complemented by broad extra-curricular opportunities, is basic to the mission of our school.  Our central purpose is to provide, promote, and protect an environment in which scholastic achievement for all students is valued and pursued.  
We strive to prepare Loveland High School graduates for success as students, members of the workforce, citizens of our society, and lifelong learners.
 
The School Counseling Team is dedicated to helping students become well-rounded by guiding them through their academic, personal, social, and career development. Feel free to contact your counselor with questions or concerns. We look forward to supporting students as they navigate through their high school journey.

  
LHS HOPE Squad

The HOPE Squad program is a school-based peer support team that partners with local mental health agencies. Peers select students who are trustworthy and caring individuals to join the Hope Squad. Squad members are trained to watch for at-risk students, provide friendship, identify suicide-warning signs, and seek help from adults. Click on the image below to access our HOPE Squad Google Site for information on to get help if you need it.

 

Scheduling Information and Resources 2021-2022


It's scheduling time! The information contained in the two Google sites linked below will provide everything needed for scheduling. Click on the images! Take a look at the Scheduling Information 21-22 Google Site first, then the Course Selection Guide 21-22 Google Site. 


 







Student Meetings and Presentations

Class of 2025
Virtual meetings for the rising 9th graders took place on January 12 and 13. Click on the links below to access the presentation in either a Google slides format or in a video format.




Classes of 2022, 2023, and 2024
Virtual meetings for the rising 10th-12th graders took place on January 21 during 7th bell. Remote students can watch the video presentation at their convenience. Click on the links below to access the presentation in either a Google slides format or in a video format.




Parent/Guardian Meetings and Presentations

Class of 2025
Unfortunately, an in-person presentation was not possible this year. Click on the links below to access the parent/guardian presentation in either a Google slides format or in a video format. 



Classes of 2022, 2023, and 2024
Please refer to the student presentations linked above. There is not a parent/guardian specific presentation for these classes. 


College Credit Plus Information and Resources 2021-2022

College Credit Plus (CCP) is Ohio’s dual enrollment program that provides students in grades 7-12 the opportunity to earn college and high school credits at the same time by taking courses from Ohio colleges or universities. The purpose of this program is to enhance students’ career readiness and postsecondary success, while providing a wide variety of options to college-ready students, at no or limited costs to students and families. For more information, please click on the links below to access a video presentation and our CCP Google Site.




Click on the image below to access the 21-22 College Credit Plus Google Site.


Great Oaks Sophomore Presentation - January 20, 2021
On January 20 sophomores were presented with information regarding opportunities available through Great Oaks. Please see below for links to the video presentation and the Google slides that were discussed. The slides contain links to resources and information that will help in the decision-making process.
 
  


Summer School 2021 Information

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Google Site Library
Questions? Chances are there is a Google site with the information you need! Sites are being developed regularly on a variety of topics so be sure to stop by often! Click on the links in the gray boxes below to access.


ACADEMIC ADVISING GOOGLE SITES



The scheduling process for the next school year begins in January of the prior year. 



The Course Selection Guide contains a variety of resources necessary for the course selection process. Scheduling for the school year begins in January of the prior school year. Updated information will be available at that time.



College Credit Plus is Ohio’s dual enrollment program that provides students in grades 7-12 the opportunity to earn college and high school credits at the same time by taking courses from Ohio colleges or universities. The purpose of this program is to enhance students’ career readiness and postsecondary success, while providing a wide variety of options to college-ready students, at no or limited costs to students and families.

The College Credit Plus application process for the following school year begins in January of the prior school year. Updated information will be available at that time.



The Four Year Plan is designed to be a rough draft of your high school career. Changes to the plan each year are very common as your interests and academic achievements progress.



COLLEGE AND CAREER GOOGLE SITES



The college application process involves many tasks that must be completed in order to submit all required documents. The information in this site will guide you through the process.



Topics include FAFSA, CCP, ACT, PSAT, PreACT, ASVAB, WorkKeys, Career Speed Mentoring, and much more! Information and links to the 2020-2021 Lecture Series are available on this site.



Screencasts are a great way to share information and provide clarification. The Office of School Counseling has prepared a variety of screencasts designed to provide instruction on many topics.



GRADUATION CEREMONY AND OTHER CELEBRATIONS GOOGLE SITES



Everything you need to know about graduation and other senior celebrations! Updated information for each class will be provided as available. 



MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES GOOGLE SITES



The HOPE Squad program is a school-based peer support team that partners with local mental health agencies. Peers select students who are trustworthy and caring individuals to join the Hope Squad. Squad members are trained to watch for at-risk students, provide friendship, identify suicide-warning signs, and seek help from adults. The site provides information and resources for all! There are resources for parents, students, and members. 



LHS Profile
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Counseling Team

 

Jamie Gordon


Drews Mitchell


Jamie Hamilton

  • Last names beginning L-R
  • 9th/10th grade students with an IEP 
  • 513-697-3721
  • [email protected]


Amy Mason

  • Last names beginning S-Z
  • 11th/12th grade students with an IEP 
  • 513-697-3719
  • [email protected]


Kim Dippold


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