The Counseling Office meets with students regularly throughout the year in regard
to student issues, academic and personal counseling, scheduling of classes,
and overall student progress.
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June Regents Schedule - please see link to right.
Pompey Lions Club 5/3/19
Tully Rotary Club 5/3/19
Apulia Ladies Aux. & Fire Dept. Co., Inc. 5/13/19
Onondaga County Farm Bureau 5/15/19
Fabius-Pompey Sports Booster Club 5/17/19
Section III Scholarship 5/17/19
Delphi Falls Fire Department Co., Inc. 5/20/19
The Tammy and Andrew Aiken Nursing 5/24/19
George D. Young Memorial 5/24/19
Fabius-Pompey Recreation, Inc. 5/29/19
Oneida Lake Region Antique Auto Club 5/31/19
Syracuse Track Club 6/1/19
Pompey Hill Fire Dept. Auxiliary 6/3/19
Contact the Counseling Office for instructions on how to sign up for “Remind”. Remind is a new app the Counseling Office will be using to remind parents/students of events, deadlines, etc. Information was mailed home to Seniors and Juniors, and will be forthcoming for other grades.
SAT/ACT Test Dates:
This year's SAT/ACT test dates are listed in the link to the right.
New Student Registration:
Registration procedures and paperwork for the Fabius-Pompey Middle/High School are handled through the District Office. Please call Jean Gasparini in the District Office @ 683-5301 with any questions or to drop off paperwork.
MANY COLLEGES OFFER SUMMER SESSIONS AT COLLEGE FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
University of Rochester
The Office of Admissions at the University of Rochester offers Pre-College Programs for high school students to explore the University and its resources. There are a wide range of options, including one-week non-credit courses, summer courses while living on campus, and semester-long credit-bearing courses.
For further information, visit https://enrollment.rochester.edu/precollege/
. Refer to the website for the latest, most comprehensive list
University of Rochester Phone (585) 756-8480
The Office of Pre-College Programs
PO Box 270034
Rochester, NY 14627-0034
Ithaca offers one week (June 23 – 28, 2019) and three week sessions (June 30 – July 19) to high school students, including topics on Digital Music, Game Design, Health Sciences, and STEM Institute Undergraduate Research, and many more.
Application deadlines are May 15. For information and to apply, go to ithaca.edu/summercollege.
SUNY Cortland has developed two summer academic programs for area youth to learn, create, and explore. Both opportunities are being held the week of July 8 – 12 at SUNY Cortland.
Summer Art Workshop
: Led by SUNY Cortland’s Art and Art History faculty, this week-long session is ideal for current students in grades 8 through 12 with a passion for art and creativity. Students will explore Animation, Fiber/Mixed Media, and Light-Sensitive Processes.
: Led by SUNY Cortland’s faculty, this week-long session is ideal for current students in grades 6 through 8 with a passion for data and analysis. Students will discover how data is everywhere through this activity based program.
Detailed information is available on the website (Cortland.edu/academic-youth) and the registration site. For questions related to registration or payment please contact the Extended Learning Office at 607-753-5643.
Clarkson University is hosting a variety of riveting academic and sports camps throughout the summer for children and teens. This year’s summer program descriptions can be found on the Clarkson University website at www.clarkson.edu/summer
. Any questions, please contact Leigha Burkhalter, Summer Camps Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Le Moyne Summer Classes
For many years, Le Moyne College has welcomed area students completing their sophomore or junior year of high school the opportunity to participate in the SUMMER SCHOLAR PROGRAM
. The requirements for the Summer Scholar Program are a minimum GPA of 87, and a PSAT or SAT score of at least 1000, or ACT score of 22. Contact Le Moyne Admissions for details at email@example.com
RIT Summer Program
annual College & Careers summer program is an exciting opportunity for juniors to explore academic and career options working with RIT students and faculty. College & Careers is a two-day program which begins on Friday and concludes midafternoon the following day. This program is offered two weekends this summer – July 19-20 and August 2-3, 2019. Students can register online at http://www.admissions.rit.edu
Alfred University offers both day camps (Computer Science to Volleyball) and residential camps (Astronomy, Computer Engineering, Robotics, and more). For more information, visit https://www.alfred.edu/about/community/summer-camps/
or contact Bonnie Dungan at firstname.lastname@example.org
SUNY Upstate Medical University
SUNY Upstate Medical University (Syracuse, NY) will be hosting Summer Information Sessions
for Medical Imaging Sciences & Radiation Therapy, Physical Therapy and Physician Assistant. It's an opportunity for prospective students to learn about the careers, their degree programs along with admissions requirements and the application process.
More information including registration information may be found online:
Pine Grove Middle School
Pine Grove Middle School is offering programs to help students with the “Summer Slide”.
July 9 – August 14, 2019
Weeks 1 – 5: Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays
Week 6: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
is an academically-based summer program geared to maintain and develop educational skills over the summer.
is focused on meeting the unique needs of middle school students in order to facilitate a smooth transition to high school.
(Learning Without Borders) addresses the academic and social-emotional needs of high school students.
Questions – contact: Dianne Pennings at email@example.com
Marist College is offering Summer Pre-College opportunities. Marist Summer Pre-College is an academic program for rising high school juniors and seniors. Students will earn three to six transferrable college credits and will learn from experienced faculty and industry professional, all while spending part of their summer in the heart of the historic Hudson River.
Session 1: June 30 – July 13 Business, Criminal Justice, Cybersecurity, Fashion Design, Fashion Merchandising, Film and TV Production, Pre-Health, Psychology, Sports Communication.
Session 2: July 14 – July 27 Creative Writing, Digital Media, Entrepreneurship, Environmental Science, Fashion Design, Fashion Merchandising, Game Design, Pre-Health, Pre-Law, Theatre.
Contact: marist.edu/precollege or firstname.lastname@example.org .
Cazenovia College Summer Experience will be held July 8 – 19, 2019. You can earn three college credits. The Cazenovia College Summer Experience will provide high school students with a wonderful opportunity to engage in college-level courses with highly individualized instruction by Cazenovia College faculty. Course offerings: Introduction to Psychology, Methods of Field Ecology, Inspired by Fashion, Studio Art Portfolio, T-Shirt Design, Exploring Archaeology, Introduction to Hospitality Management, Criminal Investigations. Contact: www.cazenovia.edu/summer-experience
Roberts Wesleyan College
This summer they are offering summer classes and summer camps. A full listing of courses is available at Roberts.edu/summerclasses. The camps run Monday-Friday the weeks of July 22 and July 29, 2019, with an optional weekend stay. Scholarships are available. For more information visit their website at https://roberts.edu/summer-at-roberts
Paul Smith’s College
In the School of Logging you can learn marketable skills in timber harvesting as you fast track our way to a new, rewarding career. The 4 week course runs from July 8 – August 3, 2019. For more information contact Josh Pierce at email@example.com
Cornell University Summer College
Cornell University is offer precollege programs for high school students. Precollege programs are offered between June 22 and August 6, 2019. Apply by May 3, 2019. Visit summercollege.cornell.edu for more information.