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Spencerville, OH 45887
419-647-4111 ext. 3125
Jim Baumgartner, Counselor
- The ACT is a national college admissions examination that consists of subject
area tests in English, Mathematics, Reading, Science, and Writing. ACT results
are accepted by all four-year colleges and universities in the United States.
SCHOOL CODE: 364-765
- The SAT is a national college admissions examination that nearly every college in
America accepts as a part of its admissions process.
SCHOOL CODE: 364765
- The Free Application for Federal Student Aid must be filed by any student
who plans to attend a college or university and wishes to be eligible for
monetary aid. Obtain Personal Identification Number (PIN) at
- This site provides information and
guidance for high school students who plan to participate in collegiate
athletics at an NCAA college or university.
NAIA - The official
clearinghouse for NAIA eligibility. Every student-athlete must register
with the NAIA eligibility center to play sports at an NAIA college.
is an online version of the printed
(abbreviated list of
mental health professionals in the area) made available by the Guidance
Department of Spencerville Schools.
- Beginning with the high school graduating class of 2007, students must
pass all five parts of the Ohio Graduation Tests (OGT) in order to receive
high school diplomas. The OGT replaces the Ohio Ninth-Grade
College Credit Plus (CCP) - The
Post-Secondary Enrollment Options Program (College Credit Plus) provides ninth, tenth, eleventh,
or twelfth grade students with an opportunity to take classes at eligible
post-secondary institutions. These institutions include community
colleges, post-secondary vocational technical institutions, state
universities, and many private colleges and universities. (Click on the
GUIDE link near the bottom of the "Forms
and Program Information for Non-Public Schools" page for more
detailed information and requirements.)
Through the collaborative
efforts of students, parents, educators, and
community members, academic
achievement, career exploration, and
personal/social success will be
achieved in a safe, nurturing environment in
which the individual needs
and learning styles of all students are addressed.
This page was last updated 9/20/2018