COVID-19 Information

COVID-19 updates and notifications of positive cases/mandatory quarantines.

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Useful Resources

Admissions Testing & College Applications

  • ACT vs. SAT – Learn the differences between the two exams.
  • ACT –  America’s most widely accepted college entrance exam. ACT also provides educational and career planning for students & teachers at all levels.
  • CollegeBoard – Register for SAT, apply for colleges, and complete a profile so colleges can be matched to you!
  • NCAA Eligibility Center – For the student-athlete looking to play Division I or II athletics.
  • Peterson’s – Tips for the college bound student: how to search for, apply to, get accepted in, and pay for college!
  • SUNY – Find everything related to the 64 SUNY campuses here – including one common SUNY application!
  • The Common Application – Streamline your application process – one Common Application accepted at over 600 colleges/universities.

Financial Aid

  • Comparing College Award Letters – This site helps you evaluate your financial aid packages and determine the bottom line cost – the difference between the cost of attendance and your financial aid package – for each college.
  • –  America’s Debt Help Organization
  • FAFSA – Apply for your FAFSA ID and financial aid online!
  • Federal Student Aid – Information on how to make getting financial aid easier.
  • FinAid – A smart student guide to financial aid.
  • HESC –  Find out about TAP (Tuition Assistance Program), student loans, and all of the programs offered by New York state.
  • NYSFAAA – The official website of the New York State Financial Aid Administrators Association; includes pertinent information regarding financial aid for students and families.
  • SallieMae – Assistance to tackle those student loans.

College/Major Search

  • – See what a campus is really like by going on a virtual tour!
  • Cappex – Your college decision headquarters to find colleges and scholarships.
  • College Navigator – Find the right college for you.
  • College Scorecard – Compare colleges and search for schools based on degree program, size, location, etc.
  • College Source – A college resource guide for over 91,000 colleges/universities.
  • College View – Helps students find the school that fits best, based on location, majors, cost, etc.
  • College Week Live – Virtual College Fair visits, which include live video sessions with admissions experts. Participants can also be part of video chats with current college students.
  • eCampusTours – See what a campus is really like through a virtual tour.
  • Mapping Your Future – A useful site for college and financial aid planning.
  • My College Guide – A great tool to assist you with your college search.
  • My College Options – Find colleges that are a match for you, based on the profile you create.
  • My Majors – Assistance in finding the major that fits you.
  • New York’s Private Colleges & Universities Admissions & Financial Aid – Sponsored by the commission on Independent Colleges and Universities, this site includes information about New York’s private colleges/universities admissions, financial aid, and open house information.
  • NextStepU – Information on scholarship information, writing contests, and much, much more.
  • The Princeton Review – Your one stop shop for test prep/review to college admissions assistance.

Scholarship Opportunities

  • Fastweb – Conduct an online scholarship search and find $$$ for college!
  • Good Call – Leading site for scholarships and financial aid resources.
  • – Free college scholarship search and financial aid resource.
  • – The largest scholarship database on the web.

Career & Employment Information

  • The Fort Miller Group, Schuylerville, NY
    • Summer employment, as well as full-time employment (for full-time, a student must be a high school graduate and 18 years old.)
    • Questions can be directed to Aindrea Lundberg, HR Representative, (518) 695-5000 Ext. 210
  • D.A. Collins Companies, Wilton, NY
    • Students must be 18 years old and be able to work full-time. D.A. Collins is looking to hire for full-time only once a student graduates.
    • To apply, contact John Whittaker, Project Manager, Kubricky Construction Corp.
      • Office: (518) 792-5864 Ext 0710 or Cell: (518) 410-3858
  • Career Builder – Allows individuals to apply for jobs, post resumes, create job alerts and much, much more!
  • Career Cruising – A self-exploration and planning site that assists individuals in achieving their full potential.
  • iApply – Find a complete guide and learn what you need to do to meet your goal of attending college.
  • Monster College – Top career networking site for college students and graduates.
  • Zip Recruiter – A job search engine website

Test Taking Tips & Study Strategies

Military Resources

Resources for Parents

  • Safe, Smart & Social – Online safety for Parents, Teens & Tweens.
  • Hospice – Guidelines for talking to children about death and the loss of a loved one.