The Advisor Newsletter

College Admissions Decisions

College Admissions Decisions are starting to roll out. When a student receives a decision, they are asked to inform their school counselor and indicate the decision in Naviance. The steps to update college decisions in Naviance are listed below.

2023 PSAT Scores

The 2023 PSAT scores are accessible through The College Board and Naviance.

Featured College

A Featured College is a college that we choose to explore to highlight some features that make the college interesting or noteworthy. BHHS school counselors have visited this school within the last year. They may share trends and other rich information about this college or university. Our hope is to highlight some of the features that make this college or university the Featured College.

Junior Timeline of Activities

Counselors are often asked what tasks students need to complete in their Junior year of high school to be prepared for the college process. 

The High School Transcript

High school course selection will begin in January so it is an important time to consider what courses a student should take. Each course a student takes will appear on the high school transcript.

NCAA Student-Athletes

High school student-athletes must follow specific guidelines to qualify for competing at the collegiate level in NCAA Division I and II sports.  In order to be academically eligible to participate in an intercollegiate sport at a “D-I” or “D-II” school in 2024-2025, students must do the following:

The Pulse on College Admissions

The college admission landscape is changing rapidly due to shifting institutional priorities and goals. These changes may seem confusing at first, but being well-informed can help you develop a student-centered application plan. In this post, we will discuss a major insight from the last admissions cycle and provide a strategy to implement.

Junior Parent College Night

We have begun the process of meeting juniors for the purpose of college planning. In an effort to provide Junior families with comprehensive information about the college process, we invite you to an in-person Junior Parent College Night on Tuesday, November 21 at 7PM in the high school theater.

How To Send First Quarter Grades To Colleges

In order for a senior to have their first quarter marking period report card sent to colleges and universities, they must first submit a request form that includes their parent(s) permission. It is important to note that report cards sent to colleges and universities will not include teacher comments.



Are you a High School Senior Preparing for College? Get Ready to Complete your FAFSA and NYS Application for TAP.