Guidance Department 

Counselors:
Mara Lance

Mara Lance:  School Counselor - Grades 9-12

Years at Bethel: 22

Education Background: Bachelor of Science in Education, Master of Education, Principal’s License

Assignments:  Student scheduling for students with names L-Z; Grade Reporting; Miami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC); College Credit Plus; Standardized Testing; Graduation Progress; State Mandated Career Activities; Student Academic Progress; Student Academic Records; College Applications; Scholarships; Senior Academic Awards Program; Personal Counseling.

 

 


Molly WeidemanMolly Weideman:  School Counselor - Grades 9-12 

Years at Bethel: 1

Total years as a counselor: 4

Education Background: Bachelor of Arts in Psychology , Master of Education

Assignments:  Student scheduling for students with names A-K; Grade Reporting; Miami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC); College Credit Plus; Standardized Testing; Graduation Progress; State Mandated Career Activities; Student Academic Progress; Student Academic Records; College Applications; Scholarships; Senior Academic Awards Program; Personal Counseling.

 


 

 

Your Pathway to College & Career Options

 

A college degree does more than help you find a job. College degree holders also earn more money during their lifetimes.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, bachelor’s degree holders make about $1.6 million more during their lifetime
than high school graduates.  
In fact, an analysis by the Center on Education and the Workforce shows that since 1983,
the earnings of bachelor’s degree holders have increased by 34 percent and the earnings of people with advanced degrees
have increased by 55 percent. To the contrary, high school graduates have seen only a 13 percent increase in earnings.
Education clearly pays.  Go To OhioMeansJobs K-12 and check it out! 

 

Occupational Outlook Handbook

 

 

Extracurricular Opportunities at Bethel

 

Careers begin by becoming aware of your interests and skills. Students are encouraged to become involved in school activites in Middle School and High School!

 

Extracurricular Activities

Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership (HOBY)

Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership Application

NCAA requirements for athletes

 

 

Guidance Department Information

Academic Transcripts

An Official High School Transcript may be required for college admission, a scholarship, or application for employment.

 

Bethel High School Profile

Bethel High School Transcript Request Form (Fillable)

 

As the year winds down, Students who have earned Dual Enrollment credit will need to request transcripts be sent to their 2 or 4 year college directly from each college issuing Dual Enrollment College Credit once final grades have been posted.

Students may request transcripts by visiting Edison State Community College: https://www.edisonohio.edu, and clicking on Registration and Records from the drop down menu under Campus Services. Students needing an Urbana/Franklin University transcript should go to https://www.franklin.edu/about-us/locations/ohio/urbana and click on Transferring Credit at the top of the page. There is an $8 fee per transcript request.

 

Financial Aid & Scholarship Web Sites

 

To properly process a scholarship application takes time. Your scholarship application should be turned in to the Guidance Office at least 10 working days before the scholarship due date. This will allow time to review the application and make corrections if necessary, add necessary attachments or recommendations, print and attach your current transcript, post and mail with time to make the due date. Please follow this guideline for all your applications. If you have questions please ask Mrs. Lance in the Guidance Office.

 

Scholarships

Financial Aid

College and University Links

 

Other Links

 

MVCTC

College Credit Plus

Graduation Requirements

 

 


 

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Sara Davidson - SEAC Counselor - K-12

What is SEAC? Social-Emotional Awareness Counselor. 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

As a school counselor it is my mission to best serve students social & emotional needs by helping them to develop the skills to be resilient learners who have a growth mindset during hardships.  

I provide students with individual counseling, small group counseling, and classroom guidance. 

If you would like to refer your student to any of these, please contact your child's principal.  


Links for Parents:


Calm Down Alternatives

Questions to Build Relationships

Growth Mindset

Middle School Transition

 

 

 

 

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