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Academic Advising

Academic Advising 
 
The following topics are addressed in this section:
  • Course Planning Resources
  • College Credit Plus
  • Non-Traditional Learning Opportunities
  • Great Oaks Institute of Technology and Career Development
  • General Educational Development Test for the Ohio High School Equivalence Diploma (GED)
 Please click on the individual titles below for additional information.
 
Course Planning Resources
 
General information and Course Selection Form for students in the Class of 2022 NOT currently attending LMS.
Honors Diploma Criteria
Students may earn an Honors Diploma based upon criteria set forth by the Ohio Department of Education. 
Grade Point Average Calculation
Student cumulative grade point averages are calculated based upon final grades earned in each class (excluding PE courses). 
College Credit Plus (CCP) 2018-19
College Credit Plus is a state initiative that allows Ohio students in grades 7 - 12 to earn college credit and high school graduation credit through the successful completion of college courses. Please see your school counselor before March 31 to declare your intent to participate in the program. Students that participate in College Credit Plus must be accepted to the college or university. 
 
Please follow the links below for more detailed information. 
Local Colleges Participating in CCP 2018-19
Click on the following links to access information specific to each participating college.
Non-Traditional Learning Opportunities 
Credit Flexibility
Credit flexibility is intended to motivate and increase student learning by allowing access to the following: more learning resources, especially real-world experiences; customization around individual students needs and use of multiple measures of learning, especially those where students demonstrate what they know and can do, apply learning, or document performance.
Great Oaks Institute of Technology and Career Development
Great Oaks is a career training school district affiliated with 36 Cincinnati area schools, including Loveland.  Great Oaks is the largest district of its kind in the nation.  It encompasses all or part of twelve southern Ohio counties.  Great Oaks currently has an enrollment of approximately 3,200 students, all high school juniors and seniors.  There are thirty-five career pathways in the Great Oaks district.
 
 
 
For more information, please visit www.greatoaks.com .
 
 
General Educational Development Test for The Ohio High School Equivalence Diploma (GED) 
The Ohio High School Equivalence Diploma, known as a General Educational Development (GED) diploma, is available for Ohioans who did not finish high school.  Please go to the Ohio Department of Education's website or the Adult and Continuing Education - High School Diploma Options section of the Great Oaks website for more information.
 
QuickTurn Career Choice Diploma Program
QuickTurn is a fast training course created by the Ohio Department of Education in partnership with a network of career technical educators. Earn a real diploma and get real training for a real job. For more information, please go to quickturnohio.com.  

Contact Us

Jamie Gordon

  • Last names beginning A-D, all students attending Great Oaks
  • 513-697-3720
  • gordonja@lovelandschools.org

Drews Mitchell

  • Last names beginning E-K, State Testing
  • 513-697-3718
  • mitchedr@lovelandschools.org

Jamie Hamilton

  • Last names beginning L-R, 9th and 10th grade students with an IEP
  • 513-697-3721
  • hamiltja@lovelandschools.org

Amy Mason

  • Last names beginning S-Z, 11th and 12th grade students with an IEP
  • 513-697-3719
  • masonam@lovelandschools.org

Angie Walls

  • Secretary of School Counseling
  • Voice: 513-697-3717
  • Fax: 513-697-3724
  • wallsan@lovelandschools.org
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