School counselors have a wealth of knowledge and experience which allows us to collaborate with families to holistically meet the needs of our school community in order to maximize student potential.
School counselors have an appreciation for the dignity and worth of each person we encounter. We advocate a philosophy of acceptance and compassion for all by inspiring our school communities to create an environment of self- discovery.
Meet Your Counselors
Each student at Niskayuna High School is assigned a counselor to help navigate the difficulties of high school and pave the way to graduation. Counseling assignments are based on grade and last name. Find your counselor
Important Counseling Center Dates
Find out deadlines to drop classes, when marking periods and semesters end, when grades are available, etc. See important counseling center dates
Niskayuna High School Program of Studies
This document includes course descriptions and guides student course planning for each year.
- Niskayuna High School Program of Studies for 2018-19
- Niskayuna High School Program of Studies for 2019-20
If you are unable to access the documents above, please contact the district Communications Office at email@example.com or (518) 377-4666, ext. 50707 to have a hard copy or electronic version provided to you.
Presentation from 8th Grade Parent Night at Niskayuna High School
View the presentation from the 8th Grade Parent Night at Niskayuna High School on Jan. 3, 2019
Pathways to the Future
Niskayuna students have access to a variety of career and technical (CTE) training and experiential learning programs through Capital Region BOCES.
Students can take courses at the Center for Advanced Technology at Mohonasen, participate in New Visions programs at work-based sites in the region, pursue programs at the BOCES CTE campuses, or attend the new Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH) programs and Tech Valley High School. Learn more about the different pathways
Open Enrollment and Self Selection
Students who have not been recommended by the teacher or department for an Honors or AP course they wish to take may enroll in the course. Read more about open enrollment and self selection
What You Need to Know About Your Transcript
You will be asked to review your transcript during your junior year and again at the start of your senior year. This is to make sure nothing has been omitted (e.g. Regents Exam re-take score) and that any corrections have been updated (e.g. when a teacher changes a grade). If you need to submit corrections, please use the Transcript Information form in the Counseling Center. Read more about your transcript
Students can access information about all of the scholarship opportunities that are currently available at this time. Scholarships are categorized by the month in which the application deadline is due. View available scholarships