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School Nurse
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The Nurse’s Office is open Monday-Friday, 8:00am – 11:30am. If students require medical attention outside of those hours they MUST notify their classroom teacher or report to the Main Office. Kimberly Kross, RN Physicals Any new student entering Coleman High School, as well as 11th graders, will need a physical exam. This may be done by your medical provider (family physician, physician assistant, nurse practitioner) or by the school medical provider. If your child had a sports physical over the … Read More

Guidance Forms
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Guidance Forms Information Sheet for Guidance Mid-Year Grade Request Form Transcript Request Student Brag Sheet/Counselor Information

Counselor Week
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Stay updated and informed with the “High School Counselor Week Newsletter” featuring articles on The Big Picture, College Admission Process, College Visits, SAT & ACT, Financial Aid… US News Report: College Degrees are Not Created Equal U.S News Education: Consider a School’s Career Services Before Applying Click here to view the Current Issue Weekly Articles          Big Picture                                          … Read More

College/Career Links
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College Links ACT- College & Career Planning College Scorecard- US Dept of Education College Answer Unigo College Matching Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) MyRoad; College Board Career Planning CollegeBasics New York College Guide Online Schools & Colleges in New York 101 Top Colleges College View Cappex College Search CollegeXpress YouVisit Virtual College Tours Off to College DegreesInSports.com Cappax College Majors & Degrees ScholarPrep Blog/College Advice NYS Higher Education Services Career Links What Can I Do With A Career In… What do you … Read More

College Alternatives
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College Alternatives A “Gap Year”, also known as an Interim Year, is a year taken after graduating from high school and before going on to college during which students choose alternatives to mainstream education. Students participate in programs that might include work, travel, internships and community service, or even academic programs in new settings. These programs may spans several weeks, a full semester, or an entire year. Holly Bull is the President of the Center for Interim Programs and has … Read More

Financial Aid
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Financial Aid Information Each college or university may offer unique financial aid opportunities, so you should speak with every college to which you’ve applied before making any final plans or decisions. We also suggest reading this informative article, How to get the best college financial aid deal possible. FAFSA Student Aid on the Web The Student Loan Report U.S. Dept of Education FinAid NYS Financial Aid HESC- Paying for College

Scholarship Info
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Scholarship Information Raise.me Microscholarships ScholarshipExperts.com Scholarship Applications from Community Foundations   Jan. 2019 Free Scholarship Searches Webpage Resources for Students- The Student Loan Report Senior Information Sheet 2018-19 Senior “School” Application Teacher Recommendation Form The 10 best sites to search for scholarships PDF Scholarships for Catholic Students

ACT/SAT Info
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ACT/SAT Information Deciding whether to take the ACT or SAT may be as simple as following the guidelines or requirements of the colleges in which you’re interested. If that’s not the case, Peterson’s College Search provides helpful information that discusses both tests and even helps you to prepare. CollegeBoard has an extensive section on SAT including practice tests, scores, dates, and more. ACT Test Dates SAT Test Dates SUNY Admissions Information SAT and Regents Prep www.jmap.org: Regents review and Math textbook worksheets. www.freevocabulary.com:  … Read More

Vo-Tech
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Vo-Tech Program – 11th and 12th Graders The Vocational and Technical program through the Ulster County BOCES Center provides students with the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in the 21st Century. Graduates leave the program prepared to enter college, post-secondary technical schools, and the workforce. Courses emphasize a hands-on approach and are designed for students to learn at their own pace. Courses are taught by experienced instructors with extensive job service in their respective fields. This program is a member … Read More

New Visions
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New Visions Program – 12th Graders Only The New Visions Career Exploration Programs utilize the community as a learning tool. Honors-level English, Participation in Government and Economics curricula are applied to the careers being explored. Through planned internships, New Visions students experience hands-on learning and the application of knowledge in the workplace. The New Visions programs place high school seniors beside local professionals, giving them an opportunity to witness the application of classroom learning to real world situations and careers. … Read More

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