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
 Mr. Glen Gillogly
 Mrs. Kelly Nimmo
 747-2262  x8006   747-2262  x8005  747-2262  x8007

For updates from the Counseling Office, follow us on Twitter @WHScounsel, Facebook (Warrensburg High School Counseling), and Instagram (@whscounselingdept)

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)



Need to speak with your Counselor?

Sign up Here
Want to know which counselor you should contact for more information about specific things? Open the document below:

WHS Counselor Responsibilities 2020-2021.docx


Sophomores and Juniors, if you are interested in attending the Warrensburg Area Career Center, information has been sent to your academy teacher.  You can print an application or come to the counseling office to pick one up.  Applications are due back to the counseling office by Feb. 19.


Here is the link:

The UCM WeMet Spring 2020 scholarship is also available in the Counseling Office. Deadline to mail to UCM is February 12th. (UPDATE - deadline extended to Feb 19th)
spring 2021 dual credit wemet scholarship.pdf

The Warrensburg Schools Foundation dual credit scholarship is now available. Please visit this link to apply. Deadline is Friday,January 15th at 3:30 pm!

Want to know which WHS classes are offered for Dual Credit?
Open this Document:
20-21 dual credit spreadsheet.xlsx


If you would like to look at changing your schedule for 2nd semester please fill out the link below:

If you are needing to take an AP test in the spring semester, please let Mrs. Nimmo know by November 10th.

2020 Apply Missouri Week @WHS
Oct 5-9
Click HERE for a list of activities for the week.
senior letter 2020.doc

Financial Aid Night Sign Up Form
A representative from the Missouri Department of Higher Education will be hosting a  Planning & Paying for College presentation for Warrensburg High School on Wednesday, October 7, 2020 at 6:30 pm. It will be a zoom event so please click on the link above in order to get an invitation to the event.


Take the ASVAB
Not just for those interested in Military
Contains interest inventories
Can help decide on career field and education options


Virtual College & Career Exploration Program For All Missouri High School Students

September 13 - 17, 2020 — Planning for Your College Search: College Knowledge and Information Panels

September 21 -24, 2020 and September 27 - October 1, 2020 — Individual College Presentations

October 4 - 5, 2020 — Individual Presentations for Military Enlistment, Skilled Trades, Career Planning, Gap Year Programs, For-Profit Institutions, Non-College Organizations
Program Highlights: ● 180 sessions covering college, career, skilled trades, and military topics ● FREE to students, families and counselors ● 45 minute live, interactive sessions hosted on Zoom and moderated by a high school or college volunteer ● Quick registration for each session ● All sessions also recorded and available at a later date on the MOACAC website
Registration link:
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Interested in a health-care career?

ACES is a year-long, multi-year program that offers students a chance to network with other like-minded students interested in pursuing health careers, receive one-on-one career counseling, college preparation, career exploration, health professions schools admissions information, develop professionalism skills, meet health care providers and students and more.  Students meet one Saturday each month October – April.  They are planning “in person” monthly Saturday workshops thanks to our AHEC Advisory board member Jeremy Bonnesen and the Missouri Innovation Center/Summit Tech Academy!  Workshops will be held on Saturdays from 10-2 and a few virtual sessions may be included and/or utilized if needed.  Students must commit to the entire year to participate.

There are several open seats for students with a STRONG interest in pursuing health care.  Current SOPHOMORES and JUNIORS are the desired audience and will receive priority, however we may accept current freshman.  Unfortunately we are not taking any seniors at this time.  Students must submit an application, transcript, short essay on their interest in health care and a letter of recommendation. The application and calendar of events is below.

2020-2021 ACES Application.pdf
2020-2021 ACES calendar.pdf

Deadline to apply is September 30, 2020.


PSAT Registration Form

  • PSAT Test date:is October 14,  2020. The cost is $17. PSAT/NMSQT scores of junior level students are the criteria used to determine National Merit Scholarship finalists. For more information on the National Merit Scholarship qualifying process, go to:
    Sophomores or juniors sign up & pay in the Counseling Office. 


    • Who: 11th and 10th graders
    • Where: At school
    • When: Wednesday, October 14, 2019. Sign up by Sept 11th
    • How much: $17 (checks payable to WHS)
    • Sign up on the link above
    • Scholarships: Used by scholarship programs, including the National Merit® Scholarship Program, to look for eligible students. If you are a sophomore and take it your score doesn’t count towards the National Merit Scholarship program.



We are excited to welcome back our students (in person and distance) to WHS very soon. Check this out:
For Parents & Guardians

How do we get our students to thrive without the school
setting? Home is quickly turning into the new classroom and
parents/guardians now have another hat to wear. This resource
sheet is here for those moments when the hat just doesn't feel
like it quite fits.
Back-To-School for Parents Final.pdf

Needing to take the Accuplacer test.
Fill out this FORM.
The Warrensburg Schools Foundation dual credit scholarship is now available. Please visit this link to apply. Deadline is Friday, September 4th at 3:30 pm!

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: