Welcome to the
High School
Guidance Department!


Maria Sciarrino -

High School Guidance Webmaster

Create and maintain all pages in the guidance website and all linked webpages according to Scotia-Glenville Central School District Web publishing regulations & website accessibility guidelines.

518-347-3600 ext. 53102

msciarrino@sgcsd.net

 

High school guidance department and counseling center

SGHS Students Graduation Class of 2014 Graduation
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    handbooks & brochures

Please click image below to view the complete guide [PDF]:
 

CLUBS AND ACTIVITIES [PDF]

          guidance links

COUNSELING STAFF

IMPORTANT DATES/UPCOMING EVENTS

COLLEGE VISITS

$CHOLAR$HIPS AND AWARDS

2018 $CHOLAR$HIP PACKET Available February 2018

CAPITAL REGION BOCES - CAREER & TECH

ADVANCED PLACEMENT (AP) INFORMATION

COURSE PROGRESSION - THE PATH TO EXCELLENCE AT SCOTIA-GLENVILLE

POWERSCHOOL PARENT PORTAL

GIVE SERVICE LEARNING

ACCES-VR

GRADUATION INFO. AND HS PROFILE

ALUMNI - TRANSCRIPT/RECORDS REQUEST

MIDDLE SCHOOL GUIDANCE WEBSITE

 college career military

NAVIANCE - Family Connection

COLLEGE – CAREER – MILITARY LINKS

BRAINTRACK (college & university profiler)

GUIDANCE DIRECT

THE COMMON APPLICATION

FINANCIAL AID, GRANTS, STUDENT LOANS

COLLEGE ATHLETICS

 

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WELCOME TO THE HIGH SCHOOL GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT AND COUNSELING CENTER

The purpose of this site is to provide you with updated information pertaining to academic requirements, post-secondary planning, standardized testing information, important upcoming dates, information links, and various other resources.

It is important for you to give some thought to your direction and individual goals.  What you want to achieve in the future will, in most cases, determine the courses and activities you choose while in high school.  The selection of courses should be carefully thought out from year to year, giving consideration to your interests, abilities, and future plans.  Your counselor is one person who can help you sort out all possibilities and aid you in making both education and career decisions.  There is extensive information in the guidance office and online to aid you in your decision-making process.

Guidance also extends its services to provide supportive counseling during stressful and/or challenging times.

Below, we have provided a brochure with helpful links.  We hope that the links inside will be of help to you and your child.  Please feel welcome to seek us out should you have additional questions or concerns:

 HEALING PLACE - CENTER FOR LOSS & GRIEF [PDF]

 
 

Attention students entering grade 9, interested in project-based work and emerging technologies? [MORE]

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Attention students and parents

Attached is a PowerPoint presentation explaining Advanced Placement Courses (AP) and Syracuse University Project Advance Courses (SUPA) [PDF]

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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