109 W Smiley Avenue
Shelby, Ohio 44875
Phone (419) 347-5451
Mrs. Edie Lerback (A-J)
Ms. Bobbi Weaver (K-Z
1 Whippet Way
Shelby, Ohio 44875
Phone (419) 342-5065
HIGH SCHOOL RESOURCES & FORMS
This section is here to help students and parents gain information about events, scholarships, and tests to ready students for after high school experiences.
Shelby High School’s two counselors are Mrs. Edie Lerback (A-J) and Ms. Bobbi Weaver (K-Z). As school counselors, we believe our role is significant in creating a personal welcoming environment for each and every student. Our goal is to ensure our students have the support needed to maximize their potential as learners. We can accomplish this by addressing their development in the areas of academic performance, social-emotional wellness and career exploration through pro-active programming, outreach, and support. The school counseling department welcomes your questions or concerns.
If you have any questions or concerns please don’t hesitate to contact one of the school counselors by phone at 419-342-5065 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Click here to discover a wide range of tools for students to discover their strengths, career interests, and search for colleges. Students already have their own account. Simply use the same username and password as your school Google account.
Search for college scholarships with this free matching service. Also learn about financial aid and student loan options to find money to pay for college at Fastweb.
Ohio’s Public Universities
The Council of Admissions Officers of the State-Assisted Universities of Ohio is comprised of members from the 13 possible four-year universities. Ohio’s public four-year universities enroll 67% of all four-year college students in the state. As part of our commitment to the state of Ohio, Ohio’s publics are working collaboratively and intensively to help make college affordable and accessible to all high school graduates who seek to attend. Click on the above link for more data and information!
The thought of getting scholarships has always been confusing and this site helps to understand what one should do in addition the ability to avoid scholarship scams.
OCIS (Ohio Career Information System)
OCIS is available to schools and other government agencies in Ohio.
Federal Student Aid
The U.S. Department of Education’s Federal Student Aid (FSA) programs are the largest source of student aid in America, providing nearly 70% of all student financial aid.
The Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Ohio
Founded in 1969, AICUO represents 52 privately supported, nonprofit colleges and universities in Ohio, conducting public relations, research and government relations work for its members.
Welcome to the NCAA Clearinghouse website. This site will provide you with information about initial-eligibility at NCAA Division I and II member colleges and universities.
Ohio College/University Website Directory
This is a listing of 4 year public, 4 year private, and 2 year colleges and universities in the state of Ohio.
Richland County Foundation
Richland County Foundation provides college scholarships to Richland County residents
Ohio Society DAR
Ohio JCI Senate Scholarship
National Daughters of the American Revolution
Mansfield Noon Optimist
The Rumpke Scholarship
Burger Kind Scholarship
Horatio Alger Association
Prudential Spirit of Community
Mechanics Bank Be The Change
Mensa Foundation Cash for College