Counseling Office

Counseling Office

WHS Counselors... 
Serving students with last names that begin with:

 A-G  H-N O-Z
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 Mr. Jerry Crouse
(contact Mr. Crouse)
 Mr. Glen Gillogly
(contact Mr. Gillogly)
 Mrs. Kelly Nimmo
(contact Mrs. Nimmo)
 747-2262  x8006   747-2262  x8005  747-2262  x8007

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Mrs. Rita King
phone number:  660.747.2262 x8004
fax: 660.747.6451
see me for scholarship applications and
to have your transcript & scores sent to colleges
WHS Registrar and Counselor's Secretary
(contact Mrs. King)

Sign up to see your counselor at my desk!


2018 Summer School Info
Click on the attachments below for information about Summer School opportunities at WHS:
2018 Summer School Course Descriptions (1).doc

2018 Summer School Application final.doc


Latest News

Want more info on a military career or attending a service academy? On April 21st at Columbia College you can attend a day devoted to learning this information. See the link below:
Service Academy Information Day - 21 April 2018 - Columbia College.pdf

Kansas City Spring College Regional Fair
April 15 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Missouri S&T 2018 Summer Camps
Inspiring the Next Generation

Missouri University of Science and Technology offers a variety of summer enrichment programs, camps and other activities for students from fourth through twelfth grades. Through every educational experience, our goal is to increase the number and diversity of students who are excited about and preparing for science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) based careers. All Missouri S&T programs provide a fun, innovative and inspiring way for students to learn about and explore the many opportunities that lie ahead.

MOS&TSummer Camps_flyer_2018-w dates.pdf

Below is information about the first ever Graceland University “Summer Nursing Day” scheduled for July 23, 2018.  This is an excellent way for high school students to learn more about the Graceland University BSN program located right here in Kansas City!  Registration is online and seats are limited to 40 students.  This is a great option particularly for students with A+ that are thinking about going to community college first and then transitioning into a nursing program to complete their BSN and Graceland University is only 18 months!

2018 Graceland Flyer.pdf

Needing more help preparing for the ACT? UCM is hosting a workshop on March 20th that is filling up fast. Stop by the counseling office for more information. Cost is $25.

Applications for the Warrensburg Area Career Center are in the Counseling Office.  They are due back to the counseling office by February 23. 

If you are a student in grade 10 who would like to be nominated for participation in the Missouri Leadership Seminar in June, please come to the Counseling Office for more information.

Sophomores: Permission slips to attend the Warrensburg Area Career Center tour are due in the counseling office by Monday, Feb. 5.

Dual Credit Scholarship for Spring 2018

Anyone taking a dual credit class at WHS next semester through UCM can apply for a scholarship through WeMet. Applications must be postmarked by December 15th. Please stop by the Counseling Office for more information.

wemet schlp spring 2018.pdf

UCM Dual Credit Information Night

Where: University of Central Missouri's campus in the Wood Building

When: Thursday, November 2nd at 5 pm

What will be covered: This event will cover all options available to your students in regards to UCM Dual Credit options. This will also cover information about UCM's Innovation Track, available to all students willing to come to UCM's campus. The Innovation Track allows students to take college classes during their sophomore-senior year of high school.

How to register: Individuals can sign up by going to

Sophomore students:  Applications for the 2018 CLIMB High Leadership program are in the counseling office. This program is for sophomores interested in developing leadership skills and learning more about their community.  CLIMB High focuses on the various aspects of community, including government, military, and economic development.  Applications must be completed and returned to Mr. Gillogly by November 15.

Journey to College - Apply Missouri


activities will take place at WHS the week of October 16-19.

Assistance for seniors completing college applications on-line will be provided.  Please see your counselor for details.

Click on the link below for a listing of all of the activities done during J2C week at WHS!

Journey 2 College week 2017.docx

Financial Aid Night
Wed, Oct 4th
6:30 pm
Lecture Hall

Attention Seniors: If the idea of filling out the FAFSA and applying for financial aid seems overwhelming, you might check out the event State Fair Community College is having on October 19th from 3-7 pm. They are hosting a FAFSA Frenzy event where you and your parents can get lots of financial aid questions answered.

 FAFSA Frenzy helps thousands of Missouri students complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid every year. The FAFSA is the primary form used by federal, state, and institutional financial assistance programs in determining an individual's eligibility for grants, loans, work-study, and scholarships.


Thinking of going to college out of state? Go to the National College Fair at the KC Convention Center on October 24th, either from 8:30-11:30 am or 6-8 pm. You must register online first. Go to It can count as an excused college visit day if you pre-arrange it with Mrs. Woods in the attendance office.

Innovation Track Spring Deadline

 Are you thinking about taking a class through UCM this Spring? Step one is to meet with the ITRK Advisor Sara Karnowski (543-8351). Deadline to turn in an enrollment form is November 20th.


Senate Bill 638 established in 2016 requires that each school district provide the address of the website created by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to inform all parents of the students in its district about the trauma-informed schools initiative that includes information for schools and parents regarding the trauma-informed approach and a guide for schools on how to become trauma-informed schools.  Here is the link to the website:

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