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COUNSELING and career center

About the High School Counseling and Career Center:

The Ichabod Crane High School Counseling and Career Center is dedicated to meeting student needs in all areas including but not limited to: post-academic success, course scheduling, social/emotional issues, career counseling, college and scholarship application process, and the wide variety of issues that high school students encounter. The department organizes and implements Freshman and Senior Seminar, college fairs, financial aid workshops, parent and student annual review meetings, and college entrance exam opportunities. For detailed information regarding the High School Counseling and Career Center, please call 758-7575, Ext. 4008.

Naviance Family Connection

We invite you to explore Family Connection by Naviance, our website that allows students to investigate, research, track, and plan for future careers and the college admissions process. Students will be given their own personal Naviance account information during their freshmen year in Freshmen Seminar and will continue to use this program throughout high school. For more information regarding Naviance, click here.

Video for Seniors Applying to College Using Naviance

Check out a video on YouTube here.

Attention Juniors: College Fair at HVCC May 3

There will be a college fair at Hudson Valley Community College on Wednesday, May 3. Interested juniors will be traveling by bus to attend the college fair and meet with representatives from over 200 Colleges and Universities.

If you are interested in going permission slips will be available in homeroom or in The Counseling Office. Please have your parent or guardian fill out and sign the permission slip and return it to The Counseling Office by Monday, May 1. No permission slips will be accepted the day of the trip. If you have any questions, see your Counselor.

Freshmen Mentorship Program

Deadline for parents to register their incoming 9th grader is April 13

(March 9, 2017) The High School Counseling and Career Center is seeking students interested in participating in Freshmen Mentorship Program. A letter has been sent home to parents of students entering the 9th grade in the 2017-18 school year.

If you and your child are interested in participating in the program please fill out the Freshmen Mentoring Program form electronically and submit it by April 13.

Freshmen Mentorship Program parent letter

Freshmen Mentoring Program flyer


Scholarship Opportunities

Plenty of scholarship opportunities are posted on the Scholarship webpage. Check back because it's updated frequently!

PARENTS: Check the school calendar for distribution dates of interim reports and report cards. Please stay aware of your child's progress in school. There are many support resources for students who may need to improve their grades, including Homework Center, drag sheets, private home tutor, and peer tutors to name a few. Announcements are made every morning during homeroom regarding dates, activities, and programs. Please make sure your child is aware of the importance of listening to these daily announcements.

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Contact Information

Counseling Dept. Chair
Dale Tuczinski

School Counselors & Assignments
Amanda DeAloe
Grades 9 & 12 - last names H-O
Grade 10 & 11 - last names G-O

Melissa Vooris
Grades 9 & 12 - last names A-G
Grade 10 & 11 - last name A-F

Michele Evans
Grades 9 through 12 - last names P-Z

Tania Yearwood, Secretary to the Counselors

Teaching Assistant
Penny Barlow Freshman Seminar
Jean Barford, Senior Seminar

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