Welcome to Mohawk High School's Guidance Web Page!  Ms. Lisa Zellner is the school counselor for grades 10-12 and Mrs. Michelle Snay is the school counselor for grades 7-9.  We look forward to working with you and your child(ren)!  Feel free to contact us anytime!

Mrs. Snay 419-927-6222  x2003 or michelle.snay@mohawklocal.org
Ms. Zellner 419-927-6222  x2004 or lisa.zellner@mohawklocal.org

Please see the menu bar on the left for additional important information.

Summer Engineering Camp for Middle School Girls - The Ohio State University at Marion, Science and Engineering Building

June 11-15   9am - 2pm

The summer engineering camp for middle school girls provides an opportunity for middle school girls to participate in hands-on projects to broaden their knowledge and skills.  Attendees will explore different majors and become familiar with various engineering disciplines with an ultimate goal of making informed decisions and building pathways into high school engineering courses.

Lunch, snack, and lab costs are included in the $100 registration fee.

Eligibility:  Applicant must be an upcoming seventh, eighth, or ninth grade student.

Application Procedure:  To apply, visit online registration at: go.osu.edu/womenengineering.  Complete all steps outline to submit your application.  Applications are due by 5 pm on April 30, 2018.  Spaces are limited, so register today.

Summer Computing Camp for High School GirlsThe Ohio State University at Marion, Science and Engineering Building

June 11-15   9am - 2pm

The summer computing camp for high school girls provides an opportunity for high school girls to experience computer science and engineering by engaging in activities and projects with Ohio State Marion engineering faculty.
  • Design, assemble and perform test flights of a drone
  • Experience computer programming and learn the fundamental concepts of the C/C++ language
  • Learn the basics of the Linux Operating System that college level students learn
  • Gain hands-on experience with modeling and 3D printing
  • Experience computer-aided design using SolidWorks
  • Practice data analysis with Microsoft Excel
  • Build projects that demonstrate the fundamental principles of electrical circuits and systems
  • Experience team projects to create solutions to design challenges and discover the potential of your creativity
  • Experience team building and problem solving
Lunch, snacks, drone project, 3D printing, software, and lab costs are included in the $100 registration fee.

Eligibility:  Applicant must be a female student currently enrolled as an upcoming sophomore, junior, or senior in any high school, and interested in computing.

Application Procedure:  To apply, visit the online registration at: go.osu.edu/computingcamp.  Complete all steps outlined to submit your application.  Applications are due by 5 pm on April 30.  Spaces are limited, so register today.

Academic Summer Programs at BGSU

Summer is the perfect time for junior high and high school students to explore their career interests. BGSU Pre-College Programs provides opportunities for students to experience the Bowling Green State University campus while expanding their knowledge, building life skills and exploring their interests. BGSU offers residential and day camps throughout the summer.

Camp applications & registrations now open.



• Forensic Science

• Media Production

• FutureMed: Exploring Health Careers

• Marine Biology: Life and Sea

• Robotics (3-Day Camp)

• Eat 2 Compete (Day Camp)




• Farm 2 Fork (Day Camp)

• Aquatic Explorers

• Career and College Readiness

• Design for Social Good

• Robotics (3-Day Camp)

• Veterinary Science

• Pre-Law

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2017–18 College Admission and Financial Aid Planning Webinars

Paying for College: Defined

February 7, 2018
7:00-8:00 p.m. (ET)
This session offers the ultimate primer in building literacy about college financial aid, including scholarship options. Knowledgeable panelists will share common terms, definitions, and resources, aimed at helping viewers understand ways to pay for college. They will also help students and parents navigate the financial aid award package, with a special focus on the first-year award.


You're Accepted—Now What?

March 21, 2018
7:00-8:00 p.m. (ET)
Those who apply to more than one college—and many students do—may receive multiple college acceptance letters. This forces an important decision: Choosing just one. Presenters will guide you through the decision-making process to determine the choice best suited to you, then give you tips for making a smooth transition to your college in the fall. This session, especially for seniors, will also feature strategies for successfully completing your freshman year.


Getting Started with Your College Search

April 18, 2018
7:00-8:00 p.m. (ET)
This webinar presents a comprehensive guide for the entire college search process—from developing your college wish list, to researching schools, visiting campuses, and narrowing down your list. Presenters will also prepare you to meet with admission officers and suggest questions to ask. Finally, application preparation—including tips on admission testing, essays, recommendation letters, and deadlines—will be covered.


Terra State Offers Tuition FREE Option for 2018 Graduates

New Workforce Demand Scholarship Available for 2018 Graduates!

Terra State Community College Offers Tuition Free Option


This scholarship would provide up to an associate’s degree TUITION FREE for 2018 high school graduates majoring in the following academic programs:


Computer Systems

Digital Media Technology


Health Information Technology

Management (Business, Agribusiness and Hospitality)

Manufacturing Engineering

Music Technology

Office Administration

Robotics-Integrated Manufacturing Technology



To apply for the scholarship, applicants must:


-Graduate from high school in 2018

-Complete the Scholarship Application by March 1, 2018 at http://www.terra.edu/Scholarshipapplication.html

-Complete the free Federal Application for Federal Student Aid by March 1, 2018 at http://www.terra.edu/AdmissionsandFinancialAid/FinancialAid.html

-Develop an academic plan, sign a participation contract and register for classes by June 15, 2018


For more information see: http://www.terra.edu/WorkforceDemand.html Or https://senecasuccess.wordpress.com/2017/10/03/terra-state-community-college-offers-tuition-free-option/. 

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Start Talking!  Building a Drug-Free Future
A new effort is underway across Ohio to prevent drug abuse among Ohio’s most vulnerable citizens – our children. Governor John R. Kasich and First Lady Karen W. Kasich have launched Start Talking! to give parents, guardians, educators and community leaders the tools to start the conversation with Ohio’s youth about the importance of living healthy, drug-free lives.  Click on the link below for Know! - information that targets parents and caregivers of middle school students and empowers them to raise their children substance-free.