• College Counseling
    Bexley High School's College Counseling program helps students prepare for life beyond high school, maximize opportunities, excel in a career or college courses and successfully complete a college degree. Bexley consistently sends over 90 percent of its graduates on to college, with the Class of 2016 showing a 90 percent college matriculation rate. Fifty-seven percent of Bexley grads say they are attending their first choice institution.  The full BHS Profile 2016 - 2017 that is sent with students' college applications can be viewed here.

Current Announcements & Important Dates

  • Talk to the College Counselor
    Make an appointment via mrsk.youcanbook.me
    Transcript Requests
    All alumni and former students should complete this form and contact Sarah Lynch, Registrar at (614) 231-4591 or Sarah.Lynch@BexleySchools.org.

    Current students should use this form for all transcript requests, except requests for college admissions. All college admission transcript requests are handled via Naviance Family Connection. This form should be returned via email: Sarah.Lynch@BexleySchools.org or in person to the BHS guidance office.

    More Help
    • Navigate, organize and communicate throughout the college admissions process with Naviance 
    • Review the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) and CSS/Financial Aid Profile 
    • Visit a local college fair, like the Columbus Suburban College Fair.
    • Meet with a college admissions representative; visit Naviance to see who's coming to Bexley. 
    • Find college guides and other resources in the College Counseling Center.
    • Read about NCAA Division I and II initial eligibility status

    Talk to the College Counselor
    To make an appointment, call (614) 231-4591.  
    Click here to download and reference the Naviance directions as you begin the application process.
  • Stephanie Krosnosky
    Stephanie Krosnosky is in her twelfth year as the Bexley High School College Counselor.

    Ms. Krosnosky has developed college admissions resource guides for eleventh and twelfth graders; focused attention on first generation students; and added a summer school course to assist students with the college application process. She and BHS faculty members have incorporated aspects of the junior year college search into high school English class research and writing assignments. Her work with volunteers on a Community College Readiness Task Force has resulted in BHS students being able to take free practice ACT and SAT tests at school on faculty in-service days.

    A member of the College Board, Ms. Krosnosky has presented at its annual national forum as well as the annual OACAC Conference. She serves on the planning committee of the Columbus Suburban College Fair.