Counseling & Guidance Center
Welcome to the City Honors School Counseling & Guidance Center!
Buffalo Public Schools Counselors' Mission:
The mission of the Buffalo Pubic Schools’ Guidance and Counseling Program is that Certified School Counselors will provide high quality, individual and group counseling, coordination and consultation of educational services to all students. They will work collaboratively with parents, faculty, community, business and industry to enable every student, regardless of individual differences, to acquire the self-knowledge educational, occupational and career development competencies necessary to be prepared to succeed and meet the challenges of an ever changing society.
Your School Counselors:
- Mrs. Sabrina Tanevski
Students with last names A – F
- Mrs. Christie Allman
Students with last names G – M
- Mrs. Sharon Bertucci
Students with last names N – Z
Islanda Taggart is our School Counseling & Guidance Center Secretary. The office can be reached by phone at: 716.816.4243
Scroll down or click on links below for more information on the following topics:
- The College Search
- College Admissions Visits
- Financial Aid
- Standarized Testing Information
- Summer Opportunities
- Working Papers
- Need a Transcript?
The following sites will aid in your college search:
- In Like Me: The College Admission & Student Aid Resource Hub
- Collegegreenlight.com provides college searches and financial aid information
- Advice from the College Board on Avoiding College Application Mistakes!
- New York State Career Zone
- College Board a site that allows you search for colleges, set up your own file, and also helps you review for the SAT.
- College Board College Search is an online college search tool.
- College Net has many customized sites from colleges.
- Fastweb has a free college search service.
- The Princeton Review provides college searches, financial aid information and study guides.
School guides (www.schoolguides.com) – provides useful information on colleges, testing, financial aid and scholarships
- Next Step Magazine (www.nextstepmagazine.com)
- Petersons ( www.petersons.com)
- State University of New York (www.suny.edu/student)
(includes a page with links to the Office of Disability Support Services at colleges and universities in New York): http://collegeacademicsupport.com
At City Honors
City Honors hosts representatives from a wide range of colleges and universities who visit our guidance center to present information on their schools and answer questions. Students are encouraged to attend several of these visits to explore their collegiate opportunities. A daily calendar of the schools visiting as well as informational posters about upcoming visits are displayed in the corridor outside the counseling and guidance suite. As representatives often adjust their schedules on short notice, students are encouraged to consult this calendar frequently to check for changes.
Campus Tours is an excellent site to view before campus visits.
NYS Higher Education Services Corporation
FAFSA on the Web: Fill out and transmit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.
The following is a list of sites that provide useful financial aid information:
- Info on Family & Dependency Issues and the FAFSA.
- The Student Guide (Federal Financial Aid)
- Help with FAFSA Get help with the FAFSA.
- Request a FSA ID This is your electronic signature for FAFSA and renewal FAFSA on the WEB. Access your history and correct your Student Aid Report (SAR) online.
- FinAid is the smart student guide to Financial Aid.
Beware of Scams! If you have to pay for it, don't. There are many free, legitimate sites available. Beware of "free seminars." There is usually a hitch and you may find yourself involved in an uncomfortable, high pressure sales situation.
- FastWeb can help you find money for college.
- College Scholarships the college scholarship connection.
- CollegeNet has many customized sites from colleges.
- Click Here for Information on Many Scholarship Opportunities!!!
Studying for the SAT or ACT? Check out these test-prep resources online...
- SAT and ACT offer online review courses. Check out their websites for more information.
- What do you need for the day of the SAT?
- Advanced Placement Exam Fee Payment for City Honors Students
- How to receive your AP scores online
Applications for working papers are available in the guidance & counseling suite. Students should see their school counselor for questions or assistance with the form.
City Honors School Transcript
- Send via the US mail, fax (716.888.7146), or come in person to the School Counseling and Guidance office with a signed written request with your name and the complete address of where the transcript needs to be sent.
- Provide a current copy of picture identification (ie: driver's license).
Advanced Placement Transcript
International Baccalaureate Transcript