Guidance Department

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Announcements:
 

The Campus Portal is opened for Course Selection for 2018-2019

2018 - 2019 Program of Studies                                                   Portal Instructions for Course Selection

Upcoming Dates: 

  • Incoming 9th grade Parent/Student Night - Tuesday, March 27th at 7:00 pm OHS Auditorium
  • BOCES Tech Center Tours for 10th graders - Friday March 2. Permission Slips must be returned by 2/26 to the Counseling Office. Click here for Permission Slip or pick one up in the Counseling Office.

Coding For Girls Classes at Mercy College - Classes are free and begin 3/1. Applications must be returned by 2/26. Click here for application

Power Point presentation:  Sophomore Parent/Guardian Night 2/15/18 - Making your Junior Year Schedule

Seniors: Click here for scholarship information

 


SAT and ACT prep class for spring 2018: See flyer

Grade-level Parent/Student Evenings for 2017 - 2018

College Entrance Exams for 2017 - 2018

Sign on to Naviance

Parent Portal Access

Congratulations to the Class of 2017! See the Colleges/Universities they are attending.

OHS STEM Certificate

FAFSA Information: How do I apply for a FSA ID?

 


Ossining High School's 2018-19 Program of Studies

College Level Courses at Ossining High School

OHS Profile for Class of 2018


For questions regarding the high school, please refer to the:

OHS Counseling Center Brochure

Home/School Communication / Comunicacion de la Casa a la Escuela

 


Ossining High School Mission Statement

OHS provides an academic, artistic, athletic, and altruistic environment. Quality instruction focuses on college and career readiness and 21st century skills through relevant course selections. In addition, OHS values character education, creating respect and appreciation for individual and cultural diversity.

Ossining High School Counseling and Development Mission Statement

The mission of Ossining High School's Counseling and Development Program is to provide an academic, artistic, athletic and altruistic (four A's) environment for all students by supporting students' academic, personal, social and emotional development.

OHS values character education, creating respect and appreciation for individual and cultural diversity, and access to quality educational opportunities for all students.

Together as a community of educators, our focus is providing a college and career readiness academic program for all students, work with them to maximize their potential, and help them develop into lifelong learners who are prepared for the challenges theywill face in the 21st century.