Welcome to the Adirondack High School's Counseling Department

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    Meet your School Counselors:

    Mr. Bryan Waterman (letters A-L)  email: BWaterman@adirondackcsd.org  

    Mrs. Kathy Grenier (letters M-Z)   email: KGrenier@adirondackcsd.org          

    Counseling Office phone: 315-942-9200 ext: 5520  Fax: 315-943-2913

    Counseling Office Specialist:

    Mrs. Dianna Bush  email: DBush@adirondackscd.org           


    Adirondack High School will be hosting a Financial Aid Night on Wednesday, January 24th  at 6:00 p.m. in the lecture room.  Donna Shaffner from Utica College will be presenting information that evening.  All juniors and seniors and their parents are urged to attend.



    Per a new NYS mandate, the number of Child Protective Services (CPS) must now be posted on the schools website. If you feel that someone you know if being abused or maltreated, please call:



    Below is a list of ways that we use in order to get information out to students, parents and the community.

    1) Announcements over the loud speaker 

    2) Counseling Office television displays information

    3) Two large television screens in the hallway and the cafeteria

    3) Remind App (if you don't have this, see instructions below to sign up)

    4) Newsletters put out by the district 5 times a year

    6) In-class announcements  

    7) Flyers around the building     

    8) Website and cooresponding pages that provide up-to-date information




                                                                                           Important Information:


    1) Announcing the NEW August administration of the SAT and SAT Subject Tests. Now, the SAT and SAT Subject Tests will be offered on Saturday, August 26, 2017. As of this past January, there will no longer be a January administration of the SAT/SAT Subject Tests.

    2) Interested in a summer job? It's never too early to start looking! Check out the student employment page!


    3) The seniors had a great time visiting MVCC's Open House on November 18!




    5) Information below on how to sign up for the Remind App!  


    Dear Parent/Guardian,

    The Adirondack High School Counseling Staff are excited to offer you a unique way to receive updates and information regarding SAT’s, Scholarships, Financial Aid information and other happenings in our department! To help keep you up-to-date with important dates and reminders, we have signed up for Remind which is a free service that allows us to send one-way messages via SMS, push notifications or email to everyone who joins. To sign up, please follow the instructions below.

    To receive messages via text, find the graduating year of your child below:

    Current Class

    To Receive Messages

    To Opt-out of Messages

    Class of 2021 Text @b7844 to 81010

    Reply 'unsubscribe' to @b7844

    Class of 2020 Text @878gg to 81010

     Reply 'unsubscribe' to @878gg

    Class of 2019 Text @dkg3ck to 81010

    Reply ‘unsubscribe’ @dkg3ck

    Class of 2018

    Text @c3d92d to 81010

     Reply ‘unsubscribe’ @dkg3ck 

    ** Please note: standard text message rates apply**



    To receive messages via email, find the graduating year of your child below:

    Class of 2021


    Send an email to:  b7844@mail.remind.com

    Class of 2020

    Send an email to: 878gg@mail.remind.com 

    Class of 2019

     Send an email to: dkg3ck@mail.remind.com 

    Class of 2018

    Send an email to: c3d92d@mail.remind.com 

    **You can leave the subject line blank. To unsubscribe, reply with ‘unsubscribe’ in the subject line**


    Additional information about Remind:


    • There are no open replies to Counselor messages on Remind
    • All messages are recorded in case we need to reference them in the future
    • Your personal contact information is never seen by the Counseling Office or the School District