Counseling Center

1950 Burdett Avenue
Troy NY 12180
Phone: (518) 328-5472
Fax: (518) 271-5164

CEEB Code Number: 335617
SAT Test Center code 33-932
ACT Test Center Code 187820

NYS Regents Exams Flow Chart

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Board of Regents announced that the June and August 2020 Regents Exams have been canceled. Some students will be completely exempt from taking the exams, others may need to attend summer school to be exempt and still others may need to take the next offered exam. Click here to access our Regents Flow Chart to check on your status. 

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Investigate, research, track, and plan for future careers and the college admissions process with Naviance Student.

 

Counseling Newsletter

The Troy High School Counseling Department periodically puts out an e-newsletter for students with information on how to contact your counselor, scholarships, mental health information, and more. Click here for the June edition.

 

Google Classroom Pages

classroom.google.com

Students should look for the classroom they were invited to via email and accept the invite.
All students have been invited through their school email. If you have not received your invitation email, please see your school counselor.

 

Troy High School Course Catalog

The Troy High School Course Catalog includes a full list of offered courses by department including descriptions and pre-requisites, as well as Regents Diploma requirements.

 

Dignity for All Students Act (DASA)

All children have the right to attend school in a safe, welcoming, and caring environment. DASA specifically ensures this for New York State public school students. Click here for more information, a complaint form and a list of coordinators. 

 

Earning HVCC College Credits

Capital Region Sponsor A Scholar

Information about NYS TAP

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Summer Jobs at Capital Roots

Students in need of a paying opportunity over the summer? The Produce Project at Capital Roots is currently hiring for its summer session. While earning a stipend, students also receive fresh produce weekly, the experience of attending field trips to local businesses and farms, and the opportunity to work during the school year. The summer program begins July 6 and runs through August 21. New students can apply on the Capital Roots website www.capitalroots.org under the Produce Project or by filling out the application here: https://forms.gle/S48GpDK8avYABR8G8.

More information on the Produce Project can also be found here. 

 

Working Papers

New York State Application for Employment Certificate