High School Guidance
Welcome to the OHS Counseling & Guidance Homepage 

Contact Information: P: (315) 363-6901 x3  F: (315) 366-0619

Throughout your four years in High School, you will be presented with many exciting opportunities as well as possible challenges. The counselors are available to support you and share valuable information to ensure a positive and successful academic career. Be sure to check back often as we continually update our site! 

Counseling Office Summer Hours are from 8:00am -2:00pm. 
 Please click the link below for your Counselor's availability.

                         CLICK HERE for SUMMER 2017 COUNSELOR AVAILABILITY 

Mrs. Erika Haggerty, Counselor A-F         EHaggerty@oneidacsd.org 

Mrs. Sandra L Davis, Director   G-M          SDavis@oneidacsd.org
Mr. Nicolas Grossmann, Counselor    N-Z         NGrossmann@oneidacsd.org 

Mrs. Patricia Vaccaro, Secretary                 PVaccaro@oneidacsd.org


For transcript requests, please contact Mrs. Vaccaro 

From Left: Mrs. Haggerty, Mrs. Vaccaro, Ms. Knight, Mrs. Davis
2017-2018 Counselor Brochure

2016-2017 Course Description Booklet

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Important Dates

Counselor Summer Hours 

Summer School Registration: June 26-30


As we wish Ms. Knight farewell from the OHS Counseling Department, we wish her the best of luck in retirement! Thank you for giving us 31 years!! 
You will be missed by so many! 

Retirement Jen K

A farewell note from Ms. Knight… 

One of my favorite things in my office is an old mimeographed copy of “Dress and Behavior Meeting” minutes from 1968.  Not only is it entertaining to see how things have changed, but it is meaningful because things have changed.  I sometimes yearn for a time when schools had the time to meet and discuss subjects such as … “Miniskirts should be 2 to 2 ½ inches above the knee - - no shorter.” “Sandals – Should they be worn at all?”  “On the length of boys’ hair…no more than half way down the forehead and no more than ¼ inch in back.”

It saddens me that we must focus on more sinister issues.  We now have safety drills – not so much because of a threat from outside the school like a nuclear bomb – but because of the possibility of a threat from within. Several years ago, my daughter, overwhelmed with internet, phone, television, and all things fast and demanding, said to me:  “Mom, don’t you miss the 80’s?”  I do miss the eighties, and the seventies, and the sixties, ...  I wish the world were simpler like it was then - - not so complicated and fast, fast, gotta have it now, both for me and for the kids.  

Although I am nostalgic, I do have hope for the future, in part because I’ve seen students do great things.  Throughout my years at OHS I have seen so many accomplishments, so many strong souls who have pulled themselves out of difficult situations and done well, so many kids determined to make themselves the best they can be.  These kids give me faith that we will somehow hold fast to that which is good.  I’ve seen a lot, heard a lot, learned a lot in 31 years at OHS.  I’m grateful for knowing students who have enriched my life and given me fresh perspective and insight.


Please join us in welcoming Mr. Nicolas Grossman to our School Counseling team! Mr. Grossman is a graduate of Syracuse University's School Counseling program. He enjoys sports, video games, and spending time with family and friends. He will be working with students whose last names begin with N-Z in grades 9-12. He is also one of our new soccer coaches! Stop in the OHS Counseling Office to introduce yourself. He is looking forward to meeting all of his students! Welcome, Mr. Grossman, to OHS and the OCSD!

Mr. Grossmann





Summer School 2017

Questions about the Excelsior Scholarship? Info session to be had on Tues. 6/27 @ Proctor High School
Excelsior Scholarship

 Faculty of the Year!
The counseling department would like to congratulate
Kristin Robinson for Faculty Selection- Teacher of the Year and  Robert Murano for Student Selection- Teacher of the year!

Robinson                    murano

Seniors, don't see your name? Let us know your post grad plan!
Senior Board

Get Caught Being Oneida STRONG!!!!!!

Oneida Strong Ticket
Anytime a student is caught executing some form positive behavior he/she can earn an Oneida Strong ticket! These tickets can be used to enter a drawing for a prize.So get caught being

Women interested in pursuing Engineering:
The Women in Engineering Discovery Day at Alfred University: From 9:30am-3:45pm on Thursday, February 23rd
The day includes presentations by leaders in the field, hands on laboratory activities, a design competition, 
all meals and guided campus tours. 

Internship Opportunities!!!!!!!!!!
 Sherrill Silversmiths, a summer baseball franchise based out of Sherrill, NY are seeking interns for the 2017 summer seasons. Interns would fill a variety of roles; sport management, broadcasting, statistics, and all aspects of game day operations for our home games at Noyes Park in Sherrill. The internship would run from May 30th to July 31st and include twenty three home games. The internship positions would be unpaid, but would provide a great deal of organizational experience to individuals interested in sport management, and provide a nice resume builder. No experience required, and all will be trained prior to the start of the season. Stop in guidance if you are interested!

Summer Youth Employment
Summer Youth

Drivers Ed Information

BOCES: 315- 361-5800

Manlius Pebble Hill to offer Drivers Ed Course and SAT Preparation Course

MPH Drivers ED

Notre Dame Junior/Senior High School

Cost: $480
Will be offering two sessions. The course will begin on Wednesday, March 15, 2017 the second class will be held on Thursday, March 16, 2017. A classroom calendar will be prvided on the first day with Wed and Thursdays set for classroom days. The course is scheduled for completion on Wed., May 17, 2017. The makeup date is Thursday, May 18, 2017. All classes will meet at Notre Dame High School in room 108. Meeting from 3:00-4:15pm or 4:15-5:30pm. 

Contact: 315-724-5118 OR 315-732-5049

Click here for registration form


Cornell Summer College

Summer College students have the unparalleled opportunity to: experience what it's like to live and learn at a great Ivy League university, take real university courses, work closely with Cornell's world-renowned faculty, earn three to six college credits, explore majors and career options, get a jump on successful college applications,make friends from around the world, and much, much more. Programs are offered between 6/24-8/8 in dozens of subjects from architecture to veterinary medicine. 


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