Counseling

Last Updated: 1/26/2021 8:30 PM

The mission of the counseling department is to assist students with academic achievement, self-discovery, mutual respect, and college/career planning. It is our hope to empower students to reach their full potential and make meaningful contributions to society. We use a collaborative mindset to support one another, students, staff, and families. We are here to help! 

The new alphabetical structure and description of services is listed below.  Please contact us if you have questions.

A-L School Counselor Grades 9-12

Nikeisha Brooks, Counseling Department Chair

Academic/Social/Emotional Counselor

brooksn@wyomingcityschools.org

513-206-7058

M-Z School Counselor Grades 9-12

Mary Beth Corbin

Academic/Social/Emotional Counselor

corbinm@wyomingcityschools.org

513-206-7059

A-L College Counselor Grades 9-12

Cynthia Meis

Director of College Counseling

meisc@wyomingcityschools.org

513-206-7128

M-Z College Counselor Grades 9-12

Nikki Bunton

College Counselor/Testing Coordinator

buntonn@wyomingcityschools.org

513-206-7048

School Counseling

School Counselors at Wyoming High School specialize in academic advising and assisting with social/emotional concerns. Our services include individual appointments, academic intervention using multi-tiered systems of support (MTSS), social emotional learning, grief counseling, career exploration, course scheduling, and 504 Plan case management.

 

College Counseling

College Counselors at Wyoming High School support and advise students and their families as they identify and apply for admission to their “best fit” colleges. This support includes individual counseling appointments and programming to address all aspects of the college application process: beginning the college search, financial aid, scholarships, essays, and the transition to college. WHS families are also provided with written resources and materials to facilitate the college search and selection process.

 

Testing

The Testing Coordinator at WHS oversees all standardized testing for students in grades 9-12. This includes: End-of-Course exams, PSAT, Practice ACT, 11th Grade State-Sponsored ACT, and Advanced Placement (AP) exams. The Testing Coordinator is responsible for test registration, requesting appropriate accommodations (if applicable), test administration, and disseminating test score results.