School Counseling

Contact Information

Counseling Office Phone Number: 740-725-5802 
Greta Kanagy Last Names A-K
Adrienne LaBarge Last Names L-Z
Annette Stump School Counseling Secretary 

Scheduling 2019-2020 Information

How do I know if I am on track to graduate, use this tool to assist you. Students, if you have questions please stop by to see your counselor. This is the same form we use to know if you are on track.
Interested in earning a Honors Diploma, use this form to assist you. More information can be found at Students, if you have questions please stop by the counseling office.


  • Please complete a Transcript Request Form when submitting college/scholarship applications to the School Counseling Office.
  • Please email to request a copy of your transcript.
Please be courteous. The School Counseling Office requests a 3 school day notice for processing of transcripts or college/scholarship applications.

Ohio's State Testing

Updated testing information was sent home last week, September 11-12, 2019 with your student. Make sure your student has passed these along.
For testing we will be operating on a two hour delayed testing schedule on April 15, 16, 22, 23, 24, and 25.
      It is imperative that all students testing arrive on time and report to the designated room listed on their letter. Letters will be mailed out  and reminder notes will be given to the student at school.  Your child’s attendance during the testing time(s) is/are required. They are to report at the regular time (7:50 start time) on the date(s) they are testing. If your student does not report during their required assessment time it will be considered an absence. 
      Buses will operate at the regular time, if the bus is the only means of transportation for your child they can ride the bus to school and a study area will be available to them. 
      Please remember that your child must accumulate a total of 18 points on these State Assessments, within the seven subject areas which are English 9, English 10, American History, American Government, Algebra I, Geometry, and Biology/Physical Science, in order to meet graduation requirements. Students can score one to five points on each test. Within the 18 points a student must earn 4 points in English, 4 points in math, and 6 points in the areas of science and social studies. Students can earn up to 35 points total. This is a graduation requirement.

College Credit Plus

November 8, 2018 6:30PM River Valley High School Auditorium 
February 13, 2019, TBA Health Technologies Building-Auditorium, MTC 
If you are still interested in CCP and did not attend a meeting you will need to make an appointment with Mrs. LaBarge. 
Earn college credit for FREE while in High School!
  • To participate in College Credit Plus for 2019-20 school year, the student and a parent MUST attend (one) information session. 
*Questions regarding College Credit Plus, please contact Adrienne LaBarge at 740-725-5802 or

To learn more from the Ohio Department of Education's Website, please visit:
 Link for MTC CCP Application: 
Link for OSUM CCP Application:
Information on the Academy Program at OSUM:
CCP Application step sheet from MTC: 
CCP MTC Participation Form: 
CCP Accuplacer testing information:
CCP Accuplacer Test Prep :
CCP required particpation scores: 
CCP Information Session Presentation:
CCP accepted MTC students Canvas Account setup: 
CCP accepted MTC students Internet Access and Email Setup: 


Please see the documents below for the scholarships we currently have, you may stop by the counseling office for a copy of this information. 


Link to Naviance - Family Connection
Naviance Test Prep Video
If you need your family access code please contact your school counselor.

Time Schedules

Tri-Rivers Career Center

Online Courses

Online Course Information

River Valley offers online flex credit courses. River Valley pays an outside vendor for each online course. The district will pay if the student passes the course. If the student fails the course or doest not finish it by the deadline, the parent will have to pay the cost of the online course. If the student fails the online course the cost of the course will be billed to the parent and added to student fees. Online courses, for Seniors, must be completed by May 10. Online courses for Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors must be completed by May 21.

Need the online course form please see this link:

NCAA Information

NCAA Information

Link to the NCAA Eligibility Center website:

Job Information

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