Guidance Announcements:

  • SAT/ACT Online Prep Opportunity

    ACT Power Classes 

    ACT Power classes are 2-hour classes laser-focused on the most important content and strategies students need to raise their ACT scores. We take an in-depth look into question types, techniques for solving problems efficiently, tricks to make difficult questions easier, and methods for avoiding traps. The best part: all online classes are live and recorded so you can view later.


    SAT Advantage Course 

    The online SAT Advantage Course combines comprehensiveness and convenience. Over 18 hours of live sessions, they provide a thorough look at all sections of the SAT, presenting strategies and practice problems that will have you ready to raise your score on test day. 


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    The Guidance Office will be contacting you as soon as we are able if your child needs to attend summer school.  

    Students may take up to two courses for credit recovery if they have received a final grade of 50-64.  Those students who fail three or more core courses for the school year will need to have a meeting with their School Counselor and administration in order to determine a pathway forward.

    Students who fail a Regents exam in June but pass the associated course may register for the Regents review and retake the Regents Exam in August.  Any students who would like to improve upon their Regents exam grade and/or achieve mastery may also sign up.

    All courses will be offered through PLATO online program here at Remsen Jr/Sr High School at no cost to the participating families.  All courses are online and supervised by a teacher and a teaching assistant.  

    Registration for 7th and 8th graders is on June 20th and on June 25th for 9th - 12th graders in the Guidance office from 8:00 am-3:00 pm.  

    Please call if you cannot come in!


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  • The 4th Annual Project Fibonacci

    STEAM Leadership Conference

    The Project Fibonacci ® Foundation, a not-for-profit organization, hosts an annual summer STEAM Leadership conference for students age 15-20.  The week-long program takes place in Rome, NY and is for students who have an interest in any or all of the STEAM subjects.  They do not need to be knowledgeable in all STEAM subjects, just curious! 

    The dates of the conference are Sunday, July 28th through Saturday, August 3rd and students stay on site at The Beeches, Rome, for the entire week.



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  • MVCC Social Engineering Summer Camp

    Open to 11th and 12th grade high school students who live in Oneida and Madison counties.  Thre is a Cyber Security, 3 credit course, as well as a Fraud Examination, 3 credit course.  Both courses are at the Rome campus July 29th through August 9th, 8:30 am to 4:00 pm.

    Breakfast, Lunch, and an end-of-program trip are all provided!

    For more information call the Office of Admissions at (315) 792-5354 or email at


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  • SUNY Poly Summer Camp

    Summer Camp

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  • MVCC Jumpstart Program:

    This summer bridge program, supported through SUNY Performance Improvement Funding, provides incoming students with the academic skills necessary to be successful in their college experience at no-cost. 

    The program runs July 8th to August 9th and is for rising seniors (class of 2020) or college freshman to be (class of 2019).

    You can find out more at: 


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  • Utica College Offering Summer Introduction to Cybersecurity for High School Students:

    Jump-start your college education and earn college credit with an immersive introduction to the fast-growing fields of cybersecurity, fraud and financial crime, criminal intelligence and criminal justice.

    • Open to rising 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th grade students
    • Courses taught by Utica College expert faculty
    • College-level learning in UC’s cutting-edge Economic Crime, Justice Studies and Cybersecurity building
    • Access to UC’s innovative cybersecurity facilities, research labs and resources
    • Upon successful completion, students will receive one academic credit, transferrable to most undergraduate programs

    Program details:

    Courses run one week: Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to noon.

    Two sections available: June 24-28, 2019 or July 15-19, 2019.

    Fee: $475 per student

    For more information, contact Prof. William M. Virkler, Associate Dean at or 315.223.2559.


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  • BOCES Summer Camp:

    Don't be bored this summer, join BOCES Summer Camp!  Students entering grades 7-10 can do Creative Cooking, Photography & Graphic Design, or Self Enhancement (Costetology).  The camps run from July 8th - 11th and are 8:30 am to 3:00 pm at the OHM Boces.  Deadline for registration is May 24th.  Registration forms can be found in the Guidance Office.


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  • BOCES: CTE & New Visioins

    10th and 11th Graders interested in the BOCES CTE or New Visions programs should fill out the registration/application forms and return to Mrs. Hajdasz in the Guidance Office as soon as possible!


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  • Students Interested in NYS Trooper Careers

    Any students who are interested in pursuing a career as a NYS Trooper should sign-up in the Guidance office to meet with Trooper Nicole Drew, Troop D Recruiter. Trooper Drew will discuss job and education requirements, and guidelines for becoming a Trooper.

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  • Contact the Counseling Office by phone and /or email
    Phone: 315.205.4300  
    HS Fax: 315.831.4283
    School Counselor:  
    Mrs. Kathleen Nebush
    Phone: 315.205.4300 ext. 5212   
    Counseling Office Assistant: 
    Mrs. Robin Hajdasz
    Phone: 315.205.4300 ext. 5213

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