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Post High School Planning

Students are encouraged to work with their parents and counselors during the college search and application process. Check out our Career Resource Center for a wealth of resources!

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The On-line College Database - The College Database has created a no-cost resource dedicated to higher education in New York. The goal of the page is to help high school students and their families research and identify campus, online and hybrid learning opportunities in the state that fit their needs.
The New York guide includes a complete look at the state's community colleges, public universities, private colleges, technical schools and distance learning options. College hopefuls can then find potential schools using our proprietary search tool, which allows quick and accurate searching by institution type, setting, size, city and cost. Students can also see the best colleges in New York for...
-  Current and future service members
-  Student-teacher ratio
-  Women in technology
-  Return on investment
All data used in the guide and in our search tool comes from government databases such as the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) and the Integrated Post-Secondary Education Data System (IPEDS). 


(Please visit the Financial Aid/Scholarship Page for more financial aid resources)
Consumer Jungle-activities for students, parents, and teachers
Practical Money Skills - free resource materials for students, teachers and parents - resource information on paying for college and related topics for students, parents and school counselors
HESC (Higher Education Services Corporation) - This site has very helpful information for parents and students at the middle or high school level who will need to finance a college education in the future.
MeritAid.Com- With more than 2,000 colleges in the country, how can students locate available merit-based scholarships? With, it's easy. Available to students and parents, is a free resource dedicated to helping students fint merit-based scholarship opportunities from colleges before they apply.


College Career Life Planning - Hundreds of free tools for student, teachers and parents.
College Majors 101 - a great site for Juniors who are beginning to explore their future college choices.

Healthcare: provides individuals with informative and accurate information to help guide them in their educational and career decisions. Contains a guide on OB/GYN Nursing
 Teaching: a site that provides related career tools for aspiring educators.


- This site has helped thousands of potential professional drivers apply to and attend Class A CDL training to become a professional driver. We offer resources, information about a driving career, and links to schools to apply.

Apprenticeships If you like the challenge of learning a new skill, if you have good aptitude, and like to earn while you learn, a registered apprentice training program could be for you. Please see this website for more information on apprenticeable occupations.

Additional College Info:

Peterson's Education and Career Center: 

University and College Accountability Network: --  This website provides over 1500 Customized Internet Admissions applications built for college and university programs. When applying to more than one program you save redundant typing since common data automatically travels from form to form.

Common Application:  Download the Common Application here

About SUNY:  Access all information about the SUNY system. Visit a campus. Apply on line.
Campus Tours: -- Visit this highly interactive site for virtual tours of college and university campuses. Locate campuses by map or alphabetical listing and experience a look at each via webcams, movies and pictures, college videos, and campus maps. This site is user-friendly as a good introduction to a number of campuses.
CollegeView: -- CollegeView is a terrific resource that allows students, parents, counselors and other educators to gather information essential for the college and financial aid process. Search a college/university database of over 3700 institutions, travel to colleges via the virtual tour, access applications, and apply electronically. Financial aid and scholarship information, career information, and a college chat and message board system also help to make this a highly useful site.
The Princeton There is a wealth of   information here in categories including:  Go To College, Be A Doctor, Get A Career, Go To B-School, Be a Lawyer, Go To Grad School. There is also a discussion group set up specifically for parents, and the opportunity to take a practice SAT Online (not compatible with AOL; requires Netscape or other browser).
ChristianHigherEducationResourceCenter www.christianconnector.comA site for those students interested in private Christian colleges. This site provides a free Christian college information service and a $1,000 Christian scholarship drawing.
Historically BlackColleges and Universities: This site is for students interested in the higher education institutions whose mission has historically been the education of Black Americans. Over 100 schools located in 24 states, the District of Columbia, and the Virgin Islands, HBCU's enroll more than 370,000 students.
Women’s College Coalition:  - The Women’s College Coalition is a membership organization representing 68 women’s colleges across the country and in Canada.  Peruse this website for information about the benefits of attending a women’s college, to access ranking information, summer outreach programs, and for direct links to each college.

LD Resources:  -   This site provides a wealth of information for parents, students, counselors and other educators about learning disabilities.  Topic areas include: Site Info, Articles, Resources, Discussions, Newsletters, and a search component.  This extensive resource is one of the very best.