Counseling 

The Crookston High School Counseling Office is here to assist you with your school guidance needs.  From course selection to college & career counseling, we can help you choose classes that are relevant to your future and assist you in the college application process.

 

We can also help you try to maintain emotional well being as you navigate through high school, offering a listening ear, a quiet place to think things through, or referrals as needed.

Want to Earn College Credit?

College In the High School

CIHS Program Mission: is for students to earn college and high school credit simultaneously, in the high school setting, while transitioning into a post-secondary mindset.  Students learn time management, practice independent and critical thinking skills, shoulder a new levels of accountability, all while learning rigorous content. The College in the High School program is a dual enrollment partnership between Crookston High School and the University of Minnesota Crookston.  

 

CIHS Courses Offered are:

Ceramics II                            College Eng I, II

Drawing II                              British Literature 

Painting II                              College Calc I, II 

Humanities                            College Pre-Calc 

College Algebra                   College Elementary Stats

Postsecondary Education Option (PSEO)

Post secondary Enrollment Options (PSEO) is a program that allows 10th, 11th and 12th grade students to earn both high school and college credit while still in high school, through enrollment in and successful completion of college nonsectarian courses at eligible participating post secondary institutions.

 

Most PSEO courses are offered on the campus of the post secondary institution; some courses are offered online. Each participating college or university sets its own admissions requirements for enrollment into the PSEO courses. 

Advanced Placement (AP)

AP courses are taken at CHS and taught by CHS teachers. AP courses are two semesters long (one full year). AP courses are rigorous college level courses.
To earn college credit for the AP course you need to take the AP exam at the end of the course and depending on your score from the AP exam determines if you receive college credit or not.


Current CHS AP course offerings:

     AP Biology 

     AP Government 

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MEET THE

COUNSELING TEAM

Leah Zimmerman

Counselor

Phone: (218) 281-2144 ext. 2209

Email:  leahkent@isd593.org

Matt Torgerson

Testing Coordinator

Phone: (218) 281-2144 ext. 2207

Email:  matthewtorgerson @isd593.org

Jill Carlson

Psychologist

Phone: (218) 281-2144 ext. 2210

Email:  jillcarlson@isd593.org

Rich Mosher

NW Mental Health Counselor

Phone: (218) 281-2144 ext. 2216

Email:  richmosher@isd593.org

Casey Anderson

NW Mental Health Counselor

Phone: (218) 281-2144 ext. 2216

Email:  caseyanderson@isd593.org

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Quick Links

402 FISHER AVE., SUITE 593

CROOKSTON, MN 56716

P: (218) 281-5313

F: (218) 281-3505

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