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College Sense ACT Preparation Seminar


  • When: Monday October 8, 2018
  • Where: Theodore Roosevelt High School Auditorium
  • Time: 8:00 am to 2:00 pm
  • To Register: Please see Mrs. Martha Pifer before Friday October 5, 2018. The Cost is $59.00

Students, please bring a calculator, pencils, and highlighter. 

You can pick up a flyer in the counseling office or use this link College Sense Flyer/letter

College Visits

Be sure to check out the schools that are coming to visit at TRHS!

There are many representative signed up already.  You can find a list of the them on this website a link to your left,  out side the Counseling office, and listen to the announcements for more information.  Check out  potential schools for your future.  

Congressman Jim Renacci -Military Service Academy Day

Military Service Academy Day                       2018 Academy Day Flyer

  • Saturday, April 14, 2018
  • 10:00  am – 12:00 pm 

Akron General Health and Wellness Center

  • Information session for students, parents, counselors, and educators
  • Receive information on the Service Academies
  • learn about the nomination process of participating Congressional Offices
  • Obtain pointers to best position yourself for an academy nomination

More information:  



ACAD Brochure

Summer Camp Information

University of Toledo  – Summer Experience       Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Science Camp 

Boston University – a variety of camps available

Ohio University – College of Business

Kettering University – Lives improve through Engineering 

Oberlin Conservatory –

Adelphi University – Pre-College Program

Northfield Mount Hermon – Summer Session 

Harvard – Summer Institute and College Admissions

Dayton University –   Summer Honors Engin    Women in Engin Summer Minority Engineer and Tech Enrich  

Miami University –

ACT for 11th Graders

February 27th is the mandated ACT test for the 11th graders.  There has been a letter sent to every student with all dates, times and locations of where they will be testing.  If a student needs their testing location, it is printed outside the guidance office.   Also, each student will receive a testing ticket telling where they will be testing.

The students for each location will be called separately on the announcements.  NEOnet students will be called first at 7:45.  Once they are loaded on the bus, Stanton students will be called down.  Once they leave the building, then the BOE students will be called.

There will be a 9th period lunch open for all students returning from Stanton.  They will be able to buy or they can pack.  They are expected to be in 10th period class.

Hattie Larlham Summer Youth Work Program Assistant

Ready to take your leadership skills to the next level in an amazingly fun summer job? Make a difference
this summer by providing job coaching to someone with special needs. Under the direction of the
Director of Vocational Services and assigned program staff, you will assist in implementing operations of
the Summer Youth Work Program.

This fun 10-week program begins in June.
 Assist clients with career exploration activities
 Assist in job readiness training with participant
 Complete required logs, documentation, evaluations and statistics according to protocol
 Adhere to HIPPA and Corporate Compliance regulations in performance of all job related
 Learn and follow established safety practices
 Be positive, energetic and a team player, serve as a peer role model for participants
 Develop and foster positive working relationships with all worksites
 High school diploma required.
 Must be 18 years old
 Valid Ohio driver’s license, must meet driving requirements.
 Must be able to attend (2) two day orientation
 Must be first aid/CPR certified, training provided if certification is not current
 Must pass criminal background check and drug screening
Don’t miss out on this opportunity, Apply today!

Program Assistant Flyer