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School Counselor Information

Last Updated: 2/17/2021 6:47 PM

If you do not wish to talk aloud and want to communicate with someone at any time of the day, text to 741741.  You can also call other numbers in this picture to talk with a caring person who can help.



If you are in an emergency situation and you are in need of crisis intervention,

contact the Help Hotline Crisis Center. 

The Help Hotline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days per week. 

The number is 330-424-7767 or 1-800-427-3606.

Another website that offers help is:      




Each grade can receive Remind Messages for important information.  Each student is given the remind code at the beginning of their freshmen year.  Here are the 'remind' codes for each class.  All students are encouraged to join their 'remind' group.  Parents are also able to join.

Class of 2022:   Text to the number 81010, text the message:  @b8bb4h4

Class of 2023:   Text to the number 81010, text the message:  @h4ge8h

Class of 2024:   Text to the number 81010, text the message:  @b8g69e

Class of 2025:   Text to the number 81010, text the message:  @93e4a3




ACT Presentation  

The following are registration deadlines and test dates for 2021-2022 school year:

Registration deadline is August 6 for the September 11 test date.

Registration deadline is September 17 for the October 23 test date.

Registration date is November 5 for the December 11 test date.

Registration date is January 7 for the February 12 test date.

Registration date is February 25 for the April 2 test date.

Registration date is May 6 for the June 11 test date.

Registration date is June 17 for the July 16 test date.


Check with the guidance office for more information and a practice test.

Also on the right of this page is a link to ACT or 

go to www.actstudent.org to register.



If you are looking for scholarships, check out our Scholarship Spreadsheet and Scholarship Search links which are located on this page on the right hand side. 



COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS (CCP)  This will be updated as information is obtained for next school year

Students planning on taking college classes while in high school must attend an informational meeting each year.  If you plan on taking any college credit classes during 2021-2022 or during summer of 2021, you must turn in the 'Intent-to-Participate' form by April 1, 2021:


1.  Attend the mandatory meeting which was January 13, 2021 at 6PM. 

If you did not attend this meeting on January 13, 2021, pick up a signature form in the high school guidance office acknowledging that you viewed and understand the material presented in the following video:   Virtual CCP Info Meeting


2.  Pick up an "Intent to Participate" from the guidance office.  Parents and students sign and return the form before 4/1/2021, which due to Covid-19 is extended until 5/1/2021.  If you are remote, you may pick up this form in the main office.  You will be asked to sign a list that you picked up the "Intent to Participate" forms.  


3.  After you turn in the 'intent' form, you must also apply to either Kent State, Eastern Gateway Community College, and/or YSU depending on classes selected:  (Kent, EGCC and YSU will schedule a day to come to the school and help with the application process).


Eastern Gateway Application


Kent CCP Application 


YSU CCP Application (Important:  The YSU CCP Eligibility Test deadline is March 15, 2021, so be sure to call 330-941-2447 by March 1st to obtain a spot in the YSU Eligibility Testing.)


Even if the student has already attended a CCP meeting in the past, the student and the parent must attend the informational meeting for the upcoming school year. 




Students have graduation options! Visit the Ohio Department of Education Graduation Requirements.

Feel free to contact the guidance office with any questions or concerns.




Mr. Agnew

School Counselor


Mrs. Barrett



Mrs. Rettos

School Counselor


PHONE: 330-386-8700

FAX: 330-386-8720

Welcome to the Beaver Local High School Counselor page!  We are the counselors for all students in grades 9-12, and Mrs. Barrett is the secretary for guidance.  The purpose of this page is to provide students with personal/social, academic, and career assistance. We have an open door policy.  However, when we are not in the building, please explore the links provided on the right.  Be sure to keep track of the scholarship spreadsheet, as scholarships are added and updated frequently.  Also, check the calendar of events on the bulletin board next to the guidance office so that you will know when college and military visits are scheduled.