Welcome to the Oak Park High School (OPHS) Counseling Department!
OPHS counselors are committed to servicing students in a way that will foster personal or social, academic and career development as well as life skills that afford them the opportunity to become empowered, self-motivated and reliant.
Our goal is to provide information to assist students and families through some of the most exciting years of our students’ lives. We hope you will find this information helpful and utilize this webpage as a source of ongoing information.
Our school counselors are here to support students and families with academic concerns, school scheduling, personal or social issues, college admittance and career counseling. If you need additional information, please do not hesitate to contact us.
|HBS Academy||MAC Academy||STEM2 Academy|
|Violida Barnett||Sheryl Taylor||Tannille Winston|
|HBS 12th, 10th, 11th Grades||MAC 12th, 10th, 11th Grades||STEM2 12th, 10th, 11th Grades|
Last Names N-Z
|Last Names A-G||Last Names H-M|
Note: (suffix) firstname.lastname@example.org
The transcript request button is for students currently enrolled in OPHS ONLY. All graduates (alumni) must go to the OPHS Main Office to request transcripts for a small fee.
Prospective student-athletes MUST have their ACT or SAT scores reported to the NCAA Eligibility Centers directly from the testing agencies. It is best to include the reporting codes anytime you register for a State or National test.
NCAA Student-Athlete Eligibility
NCAA Eligibility Center
- If you plan to participate in NCAA Division I or II collegiate athletics please register here.
- If you plan to participate in Division I and Division II athletics, contact the college or university for eligibility requirements.
Guide for College Bound Student-Athlete
Tuesday - Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Email the school counselors for an appointment. For emergency or crisis concerns, please contact your school counselor at any time.