High School Guidance Counselor Office

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High School Guidance Counselor Office

Welcome To The Guidance Office Page:

Our Mission:

Provide proactive and collaborative leadership in the delivery of programs and services to help all students achieve success in school and society “one student at a time”. This accomplished by developing a comprehensive program covering counseling domains/standards in the academic, career, and personal/social realms. 

The school counselor is involved with individual planning for students including graduation requirements and college and career searching; individual and group counseling and counseling curriculum for students in need of personal/social intervention and in times of crisis; and facilitates consultations between parents, teachers and students when needed.


Under "Documents" you will find:


Under "Links" you will find links to: 

American School Counselor Association (ASCA)

New York State School Counselors Association (NYSSCA)


Scholarships for Academic Excellence

Are now available from the NYS Higher Education Scholarship Corporation (HESC).  Based on our graduating class size Oxford Academy High School will be awarded 1 scholarship valued at $1,500 and 2 scholarships valued at $500.  These are both one time scholarships NOT yearly.


-Each winner must be a NYS high school graduate by the end of the current school year; their senior year.

-Each winner must be a legal resident of NYS for at least 1 year prior to September 30th of their senior year.

-Each winner must be in attendance as a full-time, matriculated student at an approved New York Sate post secondary institution (college) by the Fall semester after their graduation year.

Determining Winners:

-We determine winners based on a weighted average of the following 6 regents exams: Comprehensive English (3); Algebra 2 & Trigonometry (3); Global Studies (1); US History/Government (1); Earth Science (1); Living Environment (1).



Students taking 5 or more credits will be eligible for Honor Roll.  TEC Center courses count as one mark in calculating either high honor or honor roll.

In addition, in order to be eligible, a student may not have dropped a course after one week into the semester, may not be failing any course in which he/she is enrolled, and may not have an incomplete in any subject for that marking period.  

 HIGH HONOR ROLL         -        92.0* average and above

HONOR ROLL                  -        85.0* average and above

*No rounding is done.


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