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High School Student Services

Welcome to the Student Services Center

The philosophy of Schuylerville’s Student Services Center is to serve each student’s educational, vocational, social and personal needs. With the goal in mind, the center is made up of a team of professionals, including a career education counselor, guidance personnel, a psychologist and health professionals.

Throughout the year, students meeting with Student Services staff members to discuss class scheduling, test scores, college admission procedures and employment aspirations. Our staff is always open to discussions about such issues as peer relations, loneliness, family difficulties, drug and alcohol decisions or any other personal concerns. Additionally, the center has a wealth of materials available for student research, including college catalogs, vocational information, career and college databases.

General Services Provided

Our team of professionals provide and coordinate the following services:

High Five Program

Program Recognizes Academic Improvement

The High School Building Team, which is made up of teachers, administrators, students and parents, give students a “High Five” if they improve their academic average by five points from one quarter to the next quarter.

Like students on the Merit, Honor and High Honor Roll, High Five students will have their names sent to the local newspapers and posted in the High School lobby. They also will participate in recognition activities. The types of activities differ each quarter.

Parent Presentations

Financial Aid Night

  • Jan. 24, 6:30 p.m.

Parent Nights

11th Grade Student & Parent Night

10th Grade Student & Parent Night

8th Grade Student & Parent Night

  • Feb. 27, 6:00 p.m.

College, Financial Aid, Career & Employment Resources

View our Useful Resources page for links to helpful websites for admissions testing and college applications, financial aid, college/major searching, scholarship opportunities, career and employment information, military resources, test taking tips and study strategies, and general resources for parents.

Visit the Useful Resources page.

Contact Us

High School Student Services

School Counselor, Grade 9
Carrie Bean
(518) 695-3255 ext. 2291

School Counselor, Grades 10-12, last names A-K
Janine O’Brien
(518) 695-3255 ext. 2001

School Counselor, Grades 10-12, last names L-Z
Sarah Rust
(518) 695-3255 ext. 2256

Saratoga Center for the Family
School-Based Therapist, 7-12

Shelbi Messick-Miller

More Information


Each month, newsletters are posted with information pertaining to students in grades 9-12.