School Counseling Faculty & Staff
Ms. Jenna Boisclair, Guidance Secretary/ District Registrar Pre-K - 12
Mrs. Suzanne Moon, School Counselor Grades 9-12
Mr. Christopher Montville, School Counselor Grades 6-8
Mrs. Rose Olson, School Psychologist Grades 6-12
Mrs. Mary Douglas, School Social Worker K-12
*NEW! Check out the Monthly Counseling Newsletter, located under the Counseling Newsletter Tab*
* Need a Transcript? Please fill out the Transcript Request form, located under the Transcript Request tab*
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Are you looking to enroll your student at Whitehall? New and returning students will need to fill out a
registration packet (School Registration Forms). Please complete this packet and have all required documentation prior to scheduling
an appointment with the district registrar. Registration for all children entering the Whitehall Central School District
are by appointment only at the Whitehall Jr. Sr. High School Guidance Office.
Please call (518) 499-0480 to schedule an appointment.
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Throughout the Spring Months, Counselors will be meeting with all 6-12 grade students to select courses for the following school year
and to discuss future career and college plans. Parents are always invited, and encouraged to attend these planning meetings.
Below is a list of unique educational opportunities available to Whitehall Students.
1. New Visions (1-year programs, taken during Senior Year)
2 Options: Health Explorations and Engineering
2. BOCES CTE Programs (2-year programs, starts Junior Year)
For more information about CTE BOCES please visit www.wswheboces.org
3. Early College & Career Academy & SUNY ADK (2-year programs, starts Junior Year)
3 Options: New Media, Advanced Manufacturing, and Information Technology
4. I.B. (International Baccalaureate) Program @ Queensbury High School (2-year program, starts Junior
5. College-Level Classes (Available during Junior & Senior Year)
Options: English 101 & 102, Spanish 201 & 202, Art 106, UHS Psychology, US History
6. Distance Learning Classes (Available Sophomore Year through Senior Year)
2 Options: Sports & Society, and Broadway Performances
HOBY: We sent two students to represent Whitehall at the Hugh O'Brien Youth Leadership Conference in June. To learn more about HOBY please visit www.hoby.org
ASVAB: Considering entering the military? Do you want to take a career exploration test that will help you plan for the future? The ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) is offered every year at our school to students in grades 10-12 at no cost. Visit www.asvabprogram.com for more information.
Boys State & Girls State: The American Legion sends representatives to the annual Boys State conference each summer. Qualified candidates are be eleventh grade boys who are interested in and passionate about our country and our government. Please visit https://www.legion.org/boysnation/stateabout for details. This year we will also be seeking one girl to represent Whitehall at American Legion Girls State. Olivia Ruby and Makayla Gosselin were selected to attend this year. Hannah Schmeelke was selected as alternate. Congratulations to all three! Please visit https://www.alaforveterans.org/ALA-Girls-State/ for more information.
Upward Bound: Whitehall students have the opportunity to apply to one of two Upward Bound programs. One program is being run through SUNY Adirondack and the other one is through Castleton State College. Upward Bound is a program that offers extra support to help college bound students overcome barriers to success so that they can successfully complete a four year college degree. See your school counselor for more details. For more information please visit http://sunyacc.edu/upward-bound for SUNY Adirondack's program or http://www.castleton.edu/directory/offices-services-directory/upward-bound/ for Castleton's program.
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