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JHS Guidance Office

Top row (L to R): Traci Nassar, Patti French, Joy Fraley, Jenn Odegaard, Alina Fennell, Nancy Baumunk

Bottom row (L to R): Paula Dennis, Kimberly Catterson, Mandy Nightingale, Pauline Nagelschneider


Counselors are listed by sections of alphabet served, 
based on student's last name. 
Counselor A-B, V-Z
Counselor C-G
Counselor H-L
Counselor M-P
Counselor Q-U
College Counselor
College Office Admin. Assist


ACE Test Coordinator
Alina Fennell
Pauline Nagelschneider
Registrar, Assistant
Stacy Fraser
Administrative Assistant

Jennifer Odegaard

Administrative Assistant

17-18 Enrollment Information

2017-18 Course Planning Guide

2017-18 Enrollment Presentation


Guidance Office Calendar

JPS Calendar


Following are links to information and services provided in the Guidance Office. 

AP TESTING: Information on our College and Career Office webpage   

COLLEGE AND CAREER INFORMATION Check our College and Career Office webpage                     

CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT: Juniors and Seniors who meet the admissions requirements may take up to two, 3-hour college courses each semester and have the tuition waived.  Students will receive both high school AND college credit.  See your Counselor to see if you qualify and to pick up an application.  There's two ways to earn Concurrent Enrollment credit:    

              1) "Traditional" CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT in which the student picks the approved, college-courses courses he or she wishes to take.  These are taught at the Tulsa Community College campuses.  Tuition is free, however students will still pay fees (approx $120 per class), purchase books for the course(s) and provide their own transportation.   Students may choose when CCEN is listed in their schedules.

              2) TCC RIVERSIDE CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT :  These courses are exclusive to Jenks High School juniors and seniors.  Students must take two classes from a limited list choices (see Course Guide) during the 1st and 2nd hours of  their schedule.  Tuition is free, and the fees are greatly reduced (approx $36 per class) and Jenks HS provides the books and transportation.  

"DRIVERS LETTER" OR READING PROFICIENCY LETTER:  Please come in to the Guidance Office and sign up for the certified statement of your enrollment and reading proficiency.  Please give us 48 hours to complete the letter, but it may be done within 24 hours if time allows.  You will need to come back to the Guidance Office to pick up your letter.

GPA CALCULATORView in a new window While the GPA on your transcript is a cumulative GPA, here's a free tool to let you figure out your core GPA, or your GPA for a semester. 

NCAA AND ATHLETIC ELIGIBILITY : Check our College and Career Office webpage  
  And check the NCAA website 
And the Eligibility Center (formerly the NCAA Clearinghouse)   

TULSA TECHNOLOGY CENTER Juniors and seniors may enroll in a variety of programs for high-school credit. Apply online

STUDY SKILLS -  Doing well in school usually requires a variety of study skills.  These links break down each skill and give tips on how to become a more effective learner:            - http://www.studygs.net/

     - http://www.coedu.usf.edu/zalaquett/Help_Screens/study_skillsMHS.htm

TRANSCRIPTS - To request a copy of your transcript:  Seniors may have transcripts sent to the colleges through Naviance.  Sophomores and Juniors will sign up in the Guidance Office for copies of their transcripts.