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Meet the counselors

Mrs. Cristin Canter

(740) 685-2566 ext. 3014

College and Career Counselor:  Career, Military, and College opportunities, Scholarships and Financial Aid, ACT, Scheduling, College Credit Plus and more!

Mrs. Canter is in her ninth year as School Counselor at Meadowbrook High School.  Prior to working at Rolling Hills, Mrs. Canter worked for a College Access Program which specialized in helping low-income, first generation students obtain their goal of attending college.  She also has prior experience as a College Advisor and Substitute Teacher.  She is a graduate of Kent State University, where she earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Master of Education in School Counseling.  Mrs. Canter’s favorite thing about being a School Counselor is helping students determine what they want to do after high school and providing them with the tools and information to help make that possible!  She also loves that every day at Meadowbrook High School is different! 


Mrs. Shannon Wetzler

(740) 685-2566 ext. 3013

Academic Counselor:  Credit Recovery, State Testing, Student Success Plans, Mid-East CTC contact, Scheduling, College Credit Plus, and more!

Mrs. Wetzler is a fifth year school counselor at Meadowbrook High School. Previously she was a high school Math teacher here at Meadowbrook. For 14 years prior to becoming a school counselor, she taught Algebra 2 and Algebra 1, both of which she thoroughly enjoyed. Mrs. Wetzler is a graduate of Muskingum University with a Bachelors in Math Education. Most recently, she graduated from Liberty University with a degree in school counseling. She is so excited to help students and make an impact in this school. 







Coursework Requirements:

Students must earn 21 credits to graduate from Meadowbrook High School. In addition, the following specified credits are required.

  • 4 Credits in English
  • 4 Credits in Math: including 1 credit in Algebra II or Career Tech Math
  • 3 Credits in Science: including 1 Biological and 1 Physical credit
  • 3 Credits in Social Studies: including 1 US History, 1 Government, and ½ World History credit
  • ½ Credit in Health
  • ½ Credit in Business Finance
  • 1 Credit of Fine Arts
  • ½ Credit in Physical Education (may be earned through the PE waiver)**
  • Seniors must complete all graduation requirements by their last regular school day in order to participate in graduation ceremonies
  • Students attending the career center may be exempt from the fine arts requirement

**Students who participate in two seasons of district-sponsored high school interscholastic athletics, marching band or cheerleading are not required to complete a traditional physical education course if they complete the requirements for a waiver. The student will still need to complete one-half unit of credit in another curricular area to meet the 21 credits required for graduation. The physical education waiver form must be completed after 2 separate seasons and submitted to the guidance office. Granting of the waiver becomes effective only after the completion of two athletic seasons as approved by the band director, athletic coach or cheerleading advisor. Partial credit will not be granted.

Meadowbrook High School Graduation Requirements:
Explanation of Diploma Seals:


ACT Information 

2023-2024 Test Dates


Free Practice ACT TEST

ACT Prep Classes

**Meadowbrook High School is a testing site for the October, December, February, April and June tests.

**All students will take the ACT during their Junior year, which is paid for by the state.


Guernsey County College and Career Fair

Each year, Meadowbrook High School hosts the Guernsey County College and Career Fair.  The night includes representatives from many colleges, military branches, and career centers.  The night is open to all area high school students and their parents.



Eligible Meadowbrook High School students can take part in the College Credit Plus (Colt College) program at MHS.  Eligibility is determined by the state and each individual college. These eligibility requirements may include ACT scores, Accuplacer scores, and a particular grade point average (GPA).  

Updated information about the College Credit Plus program will be shared with parents each year.



Scholarships are available on the wall stacker outside of the counselor offices beginning in November.