Counseling Office

Welcome to the High School Counseling Office

 

Latest News

Explanation of marking period averages

An example of how marking period averages are calculated is available to view under "More Information" on the right side of this page or click here to view the explanation

View list of semestered classes

A list of the senior/college level semestered classes that are currently offered is available to view. Find the list on the right side of this page under "More Information" or click here to view the list

2017-18 Program of Studies Guide now available

The 2017-2018 Program of Studies is now available. Click here to view the 2017-18 Course Guide

CHS utilizing new format for transcripts

Recently, Canajoharie High School began uses a new format for school transcripts. The new format is more comprehensive and easier to read.  Click here to see a sample of the new format

 

The Canajoharie High School School Counseling Office is dedicated to improving student success by delivering programs that address students' academic, career, and personal/social needs. The School Counseling Program is an integral part of Canajoharie High School's academic program.

The School Counseling Office provides a comprehensive program addressing the American School Counselor Association's National Standards for School Counseling Programs, The New York State Model for Comprehensive K-12 School Counseling Programs and the New York State Learning Standards.

 

Contact information

Stetin, Tracey Secretary:tracey.stetin@canjo.org

Lenz, Deana  School counselor: Deana.Lenz@canjo.org

 

Phone: (518) 673-6336
Fax: (518) 673-8116
CEEB Code: 331-190

 

 

 

Guidance Direct Is Here

 Guidance Direct is available to students and parents searching for colleges and financial aid. All students are able to create an account. Interested in creating an account? Contact the guidance department.

College Visits

Throughout the year, representatives from colleges and universities around the country visit our school to meet with interested students. These visits are excellent opportunities to learn about colleges, explore options you haven't considered, and plan for the future. Listen to the announcements each morning to learn about which colleges are visiting. If you want to meet with a college representative, get a pass from the School Counseling Office that morning.

College Fair Season

Not sure what to do at a college fair? Don't know what to ask college admissions officers? Visits these sites for advice:

High School Counselor Week

For articles on subjects such as college admissions, SAT/ACT testing, financial aid, and other pertinent issues, check out High School Counselor Week. While designed for school counselors, many of the articles will be of interest to families exploring higher education options.

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