Guidance Office

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Welcome to the Galway Jr/Sr High School Guidance Office

Welcome to the Galway Junior/Senior High School Guidance Office. We would like to thank you for visiting our webpage. We hope you find it a helpful resource.

Our Guidance Counselors are available to assist every student with career planning, college placement, educational planning, testing, social, and academic needs. Students may stop by the guidance office(s) before school, between classes, during non instructional time, or after school to see their counselor. If a counselor is unavailable, students can sign-up to have a counselor contact them.

We believe that learning is easier, more effective and less stressful when there is an environment that emphasizes: feeling safe, caring, respect, fairness, empathy and integrity. It is our goal that every student feels good about coming to school every day.

If you have any questions for the guidance office, please contact the Guidance Secretary, Camilla Colangelo at 518-882-1033, extension 3810.

Sincerely,

Kathy Morck
High School Guidance Counselor
[email protected]
Shannon Britten
Junior High Guidance Counselor
[email protected]

Camilla Colangelo
Guidance Secretary
[email protected]

518-882-1033 ext. 3810

Fax: 518-734-0346

 

 

Important Information  







Click here to view the scholarships found in the
"Guidance Office Scholarship Folder"



Excelsior Scholarship application is now available!!




2022 COMPETITION SCHOLARSHIPS FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE

SELECTION CRITERIA FOR SCHOLARSHIPS FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE The selection criteria for nominees for the Scholarships for Academic Excellence must be published and made available to students by the high school at the beginning of each school year. For the 2022 competition, the selection criteria must be published and made available to students on or before September 30, 2021.

Galway High School will be using Method B as the selection criteria for the SAE Award

Method B: Rank in class for high schools that can determine class rank because of their grading system, class rank of students at the end of their junior year. In the case of a tie, the high school may determine rank order by lottery among individuals having the same class rank.



BRYANT & STRATTON INFORMATION
Bobcat Athletics.pdf
Degree List- Albany Campus.pdf
Jump Start Information.pdf
HS Student Scholarships.pdf
Information Viewbook.pdf





SUNY NEWS

For High School Juniors | Visit Opportunities

Spring break is the perfect time to visit SUNY campuses. Multiple opportunities exist for students to tour campuses and get to know us better. 



For New York City High School Juniors | Information Sessions

Students are invited to attend these in-person information sessions at the SUNY Welcome Center in New York City. 

Find all SUNY information sessions here: suny.edu/studentevents.
 


For High School Seniors | Individual Appointments

High school seniors who would like assistance finding a SUNY match or completing an application for admission are encouraged to schedule an appointment with the SUNY Counselor of the Day.
 


For New York City Counselors | SUNY Counselor Forums

In-person Counselor Forums return to New York City. These half day morning programs will focus on information sharing and reconnecting. They will include time to visit with SUNY college admissions representatives. Register below.

Tuesday, May 10 - Bronx, Manhattan, and Staten Island counselors
Wednesday, May 11 - Brooklyn and Queens counselors

More Good News From SUNY

Stony Brook University mathematics professor receives the Abel Prize.  Read more

SUNY Oneonta business economics and accounting students prepare income tax returns for the campus community and beyond. Read more

Maritime College breaks ground on the William Austen Marine Education & Seamanship Center. Read more

Hudson Valley Community College will offer more than 50 college-level courses for rising high school juniors and seniors this summer at no cost. Read more

 


Thank you for your support of The State University of New York.


CTE Spring Open House


Become a Sunnyview Hospital Junior Volunteer!



Paul Mitchell the School Schenectady Open House


CASDA Spring College Fair


Saratoga County Summer Youth Employment Program 2022.pdf 


 

MetroHacks, a non-profit organization dedicated to fostering practical STEM education opportunities for high school students, is relaunching their national competition for high school girls: EmpowHer! EmpowHer is a team-based opportunity for high school girls to create a STEM project addressing an issue in their community.

We offer three unique opportunities for each student:

  • 🙌 1-on-1 mentorship with employees from technology corporations including IBM and Microsoft
  • 🖥️ Workshop sessions to learn technical and business skills
  • 🏆 National award winners will win thousands of dollars in college scholarships

Students can register for the competition at: https://empowher.metrohacks.org/!

Registration is currently open and submission is due on June 20, 2022.

If you have any questions, please reach out to [email protected].


 News from SUNY Upstate Medical University:


Spring Virtual Events:

This spring we’re hosting a series of Virtual Information Sessions that allow students, faculty, counselors and families to learn more about the degree programs we offer at SUNY Upstate, along with admissions information.  For a complete list of our virtual events, please click here



Click here for FASFA Webinars and other upcoming Events


For High School Seniors | More Resources 

Students can learn more about SUNY by attending a virtual Information Session, by exploring the tools on Which SUNY, and by requesting a SUNY Viewbook


 

Job Opportunities


Racquet Specialist Job Posting (1).pdf
Click link for details.

Help Wanted - Camp Saradac
Click link for details.


Saratoga Bridges 22.pdf
Click link for details.


COOS (Cool Out Of School)

We are hiring! Summer Counselors for Cool Out Of School(COOS). Excellent opportunity for high school or college age students interested in working with youth and developing leadership skills. COOS is an interactive, game and activity based prevention program for youth at local Saratoga County summer camps. COOS Counselors travel to the camps to teach valuable life skills in a fun and exciting program. Candidates must have reliable transportation, be energetic, organized and love kids. 15-20 hours/week, M-F, day time hours July-mid August. Contact Patty at [email protected]  for more information or to apply.



Arnolds Farm Fresh Produce Seasonal Jobs
Click link for details.
 

Walmart Careers.pdf
Walmart DC 6096 in Johnstown is hiring. Starting pay $21.75 - $27.75. Click on flier for details.


Trustco Bank Career Opportunities
Click on link for details.



New BOCES programs offered:

 

Early College Career Academy > Business and Entrepreneurship


Books



Certificate of Residency Form



For students wanting to explore test prep over the summer, Kaplan is offering FREE PSAT, SAT and ACT PRACTICE TESTS and WORKSHOPS. 



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Offering FREE online practice tests. Test your knowledge, check your real time score and find your strenghts and weaknesses right away.


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