8201 E. Seneca Turnpike, Manlius NY 13104
Phone: (315) 692-1801
Fax: (315) 692-1036
M-F, 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
CEEB Code: 331-895
At this site we have provided a wealth of information to assist you in making your high school experience as well as your future planning efforts most successful. As school counselors, we work together with students and parents to promote personal success by enhancing the development of academic skill, interpersonal skills, and self-understanding.
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Please see below for a number of links to presentation materials from Parent Nights and counseling seminars that are conducted throughout the year.
For the 2016-2017 school year, we are providing a free online course to help students build their SAT/ACT, math, reading and writing skills. Using this link, Method Test Prep,(which can also be accessed through Naviance and the Counseling Center webpage), students can set up an account that will keep track of all the work he or she has completed. Method Test Prep is interactive, time efficient, and uses proven strategies that are clear and easy to understand for any type of learner. Using technology, students are more engaged and their time is focused on areas in need of improvement. The website is available 24/7 and is designed to be used independently or as a supplement to other SAT or ACT prep.
Naviance: Students should use Naviance (https://connection.naviance.com/fmshs) throughout their high school experience and post-secondary planning process. Visit the site frequently for valuable data about colleges and universities, to conduct a college search or to learn more about yourself, careers, and majors, to request transcripts, and to link to the Common Application, NCAA, and other important resources.
Helpful Links and Information
Are you interested in more information about future planning for life beyond high school?
Click on the presentations below!
Job opportunities for part-time employment during the summer and throughout the school year are available. All types of jobs and hours are listed. Please check out the Job Opportunities notebook in the Career Center. Current working papers may be obtained in the Student Services Office.
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