Information about the most recent graduating class

Graduation Information

Making plans for a student’s life after high school are among the most difficult decisions faced by the students and their families. Here is graduation information about the Class of 2017 and the students’ post-graduation plans.

Diplomas presented to member of the Class of 2018: 188 diplomas presented

  • Local Diplomas: 19 students
  • Regents Diplomas: 70 students (meaning they passed one Regents exam in English, mathematics, science, global history, US history and a language other than English)
  • Advanced Regents Diplomas: 56 students (meaning they passed the above exams as well as two additional exams in math and science)
  • Advanced Regents/Honors Diplomas: 20 students (meaning they achieved an average score of 90 or higher on all required Regents exams, includes students who graduated with a mastery in science or math)
  • Career and Technical Education (CTE) designations: 6 students (meaning they successfully completed a CTE program at BOCES)
  • Skills and Achievement Commencement (SACC): 4 students
  • Advanced Regents with Mastery in Math – 1 students
  • Advanced Regents with Mastery in Science – 7 students
  • CDOS (Career Development and Occupational Studies Commencement Credential): 5 students

Class of 2018 post-graduation plans

Here are the post-graduate plans for the 188 members of the Class of 2018:

  • Adult services: 1 student
  • Armed services: 5 students
  • Employment: 23 students
  • Vocational training: 3 students
  • Other: 6 students
  • Unknown: 10 students
  • Post Secondary Education: 140 students

Class of 2018 college plans

140 of the 188 graduates planned to pursue further education beyond high school:

  • Four-year colleges: 82 (43.6 percent of the 188 graduates)
  • Two-year colleges: 58 (30.8 percent of the 188 graduates)

The vast majority – 63.3 percent (119 students of the 188 graduates) – planned to attend a college in New York; the remaining 21 students attended colleges in other states.

These colleges accepted Scotia-Glenville students for the first time in 2018: Adrian College (MI), Aesthetic Science Institute (NY), Grand Valley State University (MI), Indian River State College (FL), Life University (GA), Louisiana State University (LA), Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (MA), Mount Saint Mary College (NY), Orlo School of Hair Design and Cosmetology (NY), Temple University (PA) and University of Tampa (FL)

AP and UHS college credit

Hundreds of Scotia-Glenville students receive college credit in high school every year through the Advanced Placement (AP) and University in the High School (UHS) programs.