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Meet the Counselors!

3 months ago

OGHS Counselors


"YOU HAVE BRAINS IN YOUR HEAD. YOU HAVE FEET IN YOUR SHOES. YOU CAN STEER YOURSELF ANY DIRECTION YOU CHOOSE." - DR. SEUSS

The Counselors have added a new face!

Please see the new alphabet breakdown below!

If you are a Senior, Class of 2018, your counselor will remain the same:
A-E - Miriam Perez
F-L - Dennis McNelis
M-R - Nafiyah Kirkland
S-Z - Rebecca Yawn





Miriam Perez

A-B

miriam.perez@lamark12.org
x6041






        Stephanie Querns

                                                     C-G

                          stephanie.querns@lamark12.org
                                                                          x6101





Dennis McNelis 

H-Mb

dennis.mcnelis@lamark12.org
x6023






          Nafiyah Kirkland

                                                  Mc-R

                             nafiyah.kirkland@lamark12.org
                                                                          x6049





Rebecca Yawn

S-Z

rebecca.yawn@lamark12.org
x6193

Other Helpful Contact Information

Karen Gaouette
Counselors' Office Secretary
karen.gaouette@lamark12.org
x6194

Mary Rogers
Counselors' Office Secretary
maryw.rogers@lamark12.org
x6021

Deanna Turner
Counselors' Office Secretary/Registrar
deanna.turner@lamark12.org
x6022

Stacey Cullop
Behavior Specialist
stacey.cullop@lamark12.org 
x6045

Michelle Sisson
Lead Teacher 
michelle.sisson@lamark12.org

Sarah Bass
OGHS Career Center
oghscareercenter@lamark12.org

Helpful Links
Course Request Information 2018-2019

FAQ

7 months ago

Welcome to 

Frequently Asked Questions

by The Counselors of OGHS


Q: What are the requirements for me to be a Mississippi Scholar?
A: Click 
Here to view the MS Scholar Requirements.


Q: What are the requirements for me to graduate?
A: Click Here to view the Graduation Requirements.

Q: How do I get a transcript?
A: Click Here to request a transcript online (Note: You must request a transcript online for any and all purposes.)

Q: What is the difference between AP (Advanced Placement) and DC (Dual Credit)?
A: AP are college-level advanced placement courses.  Students in AP courses can pay, at the end of the course, to take the AP exam.  A score of 3 or better on the AP exam can be used at some colleges in place of a college course.  Note that not all colleges accept AP test scores in place of a college class.  Check with the college you are planning to attend for specific requirements.

DC are college-level courses that count as a high school credit and a college course.  These courses require a fee.  Most colleges will accept these courses, but you should always check with the college you are planning to attend for specific requirements.

More answers to your questions can be found in the Parent/Student Handbook.