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

Ms. Alexis Palumbo, Counselor G-M APalumbo@oneidacsd.org

Mr. Nicolas Grossmann, Counselor N-Z NGrossmann@oneidacsd.org 

Mrs. Stephanie Anderson, Social Worker SAnderson@oneidacsd.org

Mrs. Patricia Vaccaro, Counseling Secretary PVaccaro@oneidacsd.org

 Meet the OHS Counseling Team!


From Left to right: Patty Vaccaro, Nicolas Grossmann, Erika Haggerty, Stephanie Anderson, Alexis Palumbo
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Madison County services available:
Please follow the below links to find local services available to all Madison County residents.

Madison County Webpage

Madison County Service Directory

Important Dates

Financial Aid Info Night.............. September 25, 2019
Financial Aid Assistance Night........ October 9, 2019
College Fair.…………………October 10, 2019

AP Exams…………………… May 2019

SAT Date (for OHS).………...May 4, 2019

ACT Date (for OHS)………...June 8, 2019




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The New York State Governor’s Youth Council (Youth Council) provides an effective way to engage youth in state government and creates a platform for their voices to be heard by policymakers. This is an incredible opportunity for New York’s youth to represent their county on a statewide level!

Please see below link for more information:

Youth Council Guidance FINAL.pdf

Do you have students considering a career in Physical Therapy?  SUNY Upstate Medical University (Syracuse, NY) offers Early Admission options for high schools seniors who know that Physical Therapist is the health care professional they strive to be.

3+3 Early Assurance – Applicants apply to Upstate their senior year of high school by Feb. 1.  If admitted by Upstate, they would attend one of the affiliate colleges and enter Upstate after their junior year of college.  Students have seven affiliate colleges to choose from.

4+3 Early Assurance - Applicants apply to Upstate their senior year of high school by Feb. 1.  If admitted by Upstate, they would attend the accredited college of their choice and enter Upstate after they completed their senior year of college with a bachelor’s degree.

Applicants can apply to 3+3 or 4+3 their senior year and the admissions requirements are the same:
- Recommended minimum 90 unweighted average
- Recommended SAT of 1270 or ACT of 26
- Four years of math and science (Regents, Honors, AP, or IB courses recommended)
- Observational/shadowing experience with a Physical Therapy (20 hours minimum recommended)


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The Director of Selective Service would like to remind all men they need to register with the Selective Service.



To help register you will need to go to SSS.gov.  You can pre register at 17 years and 3 months of age until you reach 18 years of age.


SSS.gov  (Selective Service Registration )



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


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