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  • SAT Prep for FREE!!!

    Students can utilize the FREE official SAT practice program through Khan Academy.  Learn more HERE.

    Personalized to you
    They create a tailored practice plan for you based on a diagnostic or your SAT or PSAT/NMSQT® scores
    8 full-length, real practice tests and content created in partnership with College Board
    Thousands of practice questions, videos, lessons, and hints plus study and test-taking tips and strategies
    Get constant feedback and progress so you know 

    Raising confidence and scores

    20 hours of practice on Khan Academy is associated with an average 115-point score increase from the PSAT/NMSQT to the SAT, nearly double the average gain without Khan

    In 2017, Khan Academy and the College Board, the maker of the SAT, analyzed gains between the PSAT/NMSQT and the SAT and found a positive relationship between use of Official SAT Practice and score improvements on the SAT. Score gains are consistent across gender, family income, race, ethnicity and parental education level.


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  • School Day SAT - September 23, 2020

    SAT School Day provides schools, districts, and states a way to offer the SAT to students in school, on a weekday, expanding access to a globally recognized college admission test that's accepted at all U.S. colleges.  

    By breaking down barriers to access, SAT School Day can have a profound impact on a community—opening doors to college, scholarships, and financial aid for every student.  Learn more HERE.

    Students can have access to tons of online practice HERE.




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  • The Virtual SUNY College Fair

    The Virtual SUNY College Fair gives students a chance to explore all of the institutions that comprise The State University of New York. SUNY is the largest public system of higher education in the country with 64 campuses ranging in location from Buffalo to Long Island and everywhere in-between. Whether you dream of designing cutting-edge computer programs, discovering life-saving medical innovations, or performing Shakespeare on stage, there is a SUNY for you!

    Our interactive college fair will enable students and their families to:

    • Engage with admissions representatives one-on-one using text and video chat
    • Explore options for paying for college by interacting with financial aid professionals
    • Chat with Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) representatives to learn about program services and eligibility requirements
    • Watch campus videos and download materials
    • Participate in virtual tours


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    Juniors & seniors are eligible to earn scholarship opportunities through the College Board Opportunity Scholarships.  Students can get started by visiting and joining the program.

    Students create My Action Plan to help them through the process of earning potential scholarships!


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  • 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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  • 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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Capital Project: Guidance Office
  • 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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