Colonel Crawford High School
Sometime the answers can't be found in the back of a book...
As a parent, one of your greatest dreams is to see that your child achieves theirs. As school counselors, we are trained to help your children reach their full potential. There is a common misconception that the only role of the school counselor is to help students get into college. But there are countless situations we can help them get out of. Every day, students face challenges. Tough courses, peer pressure, eating disorders, depression, school violence. It's a long list. And even the best parents with the best intentions don't always know what's going on their children's minds. Often, children are more willing to open up to someone who doesn't have the power to ground them or to grade them. Someone who exists purely to guide them. It's been said that life is a journey, so make sure your kids have a guide. A collaborative relationship with your children's school counselor can reinforce that they are heading in the right direction. We don’t pretend to have all the answers, but we do have infinite resources.Give your child's school counselor a call. Because there is a textbook for everything. Except Life. ~American School Counseling Association
Welcome to Colonel Crawford High School's Guidance page. My goal as the school counselor is to provide a comprehensive guidance program that will address the academic, career and social/personal needs of all students. The school counseling program is an integral part of the school environment and is committed to maximizing a student's personal potential.
This website will provide parents and students with resources and guides to help them navigate through their high school experience. Please check the site often for scholarship updates, testing information, and additional resource guides.
Please feel free to contact me in regards to any student needs!
Allisun M. Lonsway, MA, LPSC
High School Counselor
Additional College updates: http://www.crawfordcollegeconnection.org/
NCAA resource page
Changes in August 2016 NCAA http://fs.ncaa.org/Docs/eligibility_center/Important_New_Rules/2016_DI_New_Academic_Requirements.pdf?utm_source=delivra&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Important+Changes+to+NCAA+Initial%2DEligibility+Standards
Testing Schedule 2013-2014
OGT Spring: March 10, 2014-March 21, 2014 (10,11,12) OGT Week Reminders
OGT Summer: June 16, 2014-June 20, 2013 (11,12)