Guidance Department

Last Updated: 2/26/2021 1:04 PM

Welcome to the Eastwood High School Guidance Department! 


Meet the Guidance Counselors

Mrs. Schuessler - Mrs. Donna Schuessler is a 1979 graduate of Perkins High School. She attended BGSU and received a Bachelor's degree in Education and a Master's degree in Guidance Counseling. Mrs. Schuessler began teaching at Eastwood in 1986, and has been with the district for 35 years. Mrs. Schuessler lives in Bowling Green with her husband, Mike.   

Mr. Hemminger pictureMr. Hemminger - Mr. Andrew Hemminger graduated from Oak Harbor High School in 2003.  He received his bachelor's degree from Bowling Green State University in 2007 and master's degrees in administration and school counseling in 2010 and 2012.  After working at the University of Michigan, he started counseling at Swanton High School (2012-2014) followed by Woodmore High School (2014-2019).  He lives in Perrysburg Township, within three minutes of sushi.


Important Guidance Info Below:

ACT Information
Activities Booklet
2021-2022 EHS Course Description Book
Federal Student Aid  
Military Information 
Career Advising Policy


College Credit Plus Presentation 2020-2021


ACT Test Dates and Registration Deadlines



October 24,2020 - Eastwood offers September 25 NA  
Dec.12,2020 - Eastwood offers November 6 Nov 7-20  

February 06, 2021

January 8 January 9-15  
April 17 2021 March 12 March 13-26  
June 12, 2021 - Eastwood offers May 7 May 8-21


July 17, 2021 June 18 June 19-25  


To sign up go to

Eastwood High School Code : 364-065

Eastwood Test Center Number: 197860


ACT:                  $50.50

ACT with writing: $67.00




  1. Get plenty of sleep the night before the test.
  2. If you feel nervous before beginning, try to relax by taking a few deep breaths.
  3. Maintain confidence in your abilities and plan to do your best. Your attitude can affect your performance.
  4. Listen carefully to all instructions and ask questions if you hear something you don't understand.
  5. Focus your attention entirely on your work.
  6. Position your answer sheet next to your test booklet so you can mark answers quickly and accurately.
  7. Before answering each question, read it completely, as well as all the possible responses.
  8. When you are unsure of an answer, choose the one you think is best and go on to the next question. Be sure to answer every question. There is no penalty for guessing.
  9. Pace yourself throughout the test by occasionally checking the time.
  10. If you complete the test before your time is up, reread the questions and check your answers.


Federal Student Aid

Online FAFSA

  • View your Student Aid Report (SAR) after your FAFSA has been processed  
  • Make corrections to your processed FAFSA
  • Print a copy of your SAR information 
  • Reapply for financial aid in the future


Online Direct Loan Master Promissory Note 

  • Electronically complete and sign your loan promissory notes

Online Direct Loan Servicing

  • Complete Direct Loan Entrance Counseling 
  • Get general information about your Direct Loan, including your account
  • balance and payment history 
  • Change your repayment plan and payment due date 
  • Request a deferment or forbearance
  • Make your loan payment online
  • Complete Direct Loan Exit Counseling


Online Loan Consolidation

  • Get information about consolidatingyour federal student loans

National Student Loan Data System

  • View information about federal loans and grants you have received