Our School

Counseling Center Staff

Counseling office hours:  7:00 am – 3:30 pm

Phone: 231-788-7310       Fax: 231-788-7328

 

Jessica Kramer, Counselor  
Grades: 9-12     Last Names: A-L
Office: 231-788-7327 Cell: 616-294-8897
jkramer@oakridgeschools.org

Erin Silva, Counselor 
Grades: 9-12     Last Names:  M-Z
Office: 231-788-7326 Cell: 616-843-0089
esilva@oakridgeschools.org

Brenda Scott, Registrar
Pupil Accounting
231-788-7325
bscott@oakridgeschools.org

Counseling Secretary
Office: 231-788-7319   Fax: 231-788-7328

Cion Swoope, College Advisor
Office: 231-788-7329   Fax: 231-788-7328
cswoope@oakridgeschools.org

Diane Petersen, Career Specialist
MAISD – 231-767-3629
dpetersen@muskegonisd.org

Counseling Center Request Form

If you wish to make a referral or an appointment with a counselor, click here:

COUNSELING REQUEST FORM

Feel free to call the counseling office @ 231-788-7310 if you have any questions.

Transcript & Records Request

Phone: 231-788-7310       Fax: 231-788-7328

Transcript Request Form 
Parchment Electronic Transcript

Counseling Center Services

  • Enrollments
  • Scheduling Classes
  • College Advisor
  • Transcripts
  • School Records
  • Report Cards

Information for Students

TEEN LINE is a non-profit, community based organization that provides emotional support to youth. It is our mission to provide peer based education and support before problems become a crisis, using a national hotline, community outreach and online support:  https://teenlineonline.org/

2021-2022 Oakridge Curriculum Guide

All 8th graders heading to high school next year, click on the link below!

 8th Grade Parent Night

Career Cruising

Oakridge Students can access an educational development planning system, supported by Muskegon County.

Access Career Cruising – Click Here

 

Scholarship and College Search Sites

Muskegon Area Promise

Building A Better World Scholarship Program

Community Foundation of Muskegon County

Muskegon Opportunity

Central Michigan University
CMU Student
CENTRALIS COMPETITION OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS WITH A 3.7 GPA
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Due to the continued impact COVID-19 has had on your seniors, we are pleased to waive the SAT/ACT requirement for this year’s Centralis Scholarship Competition. Your students with a minimum high school GPA of 3.7 are invited to compete for one of these prestigious awards.

Centralis Scholar – 100% of tuition and fees (up to 33 credits per academic year), room and board, and a one-time $5,000 award for a study away experience

Centralis Gold – 100% of tuition (up to 33 credits per academic year) and a one-time $5,000 award for a study away experience

 ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌CENTRALIS APPLICATION FAQ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌
Scholarship applications are due January 1. Students must have a completed admissions application on file by January 15 to qualify.
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CMU Office of Admissions
Warriner Hall 102
cmuadmit@cmich.edu
989-774-3076

 

Rosa Parks Scholarship

Scholarship Search Engines

Fast Web
Know How 2 Go
Cappex
Big Future/College Board
Chegg Scholarships
Scholarships.com
Tuition Funding Sources

 

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