York's College Counseling Program provides you and your student guidance throughout the college search and application process. Our goal is to help students find colleges where they will be challenged, happy, and successful. We do this by guiding, counseling, questioning, recommending, referring, suggesting, and informing. In return, we expect each student to take control of the process. Students who are happiest about the college process are those who ask themselves the hard questions, understand their abilities and needs best, and who are, therefore, willing to work to find good fit colleges during the college search. To accomplish this, there are many tools we will utilize, for example:
Pathways—a required course for all juniors and seniors, designed to guide students through the search and application process and help them stay on track, including work on their personal statements.
College Matters e-Newsletter—a great resource for junior and senior parents to stay up-to-date on the month's tasks (archived links below).
Exam Preparation—we have many online and physical resources for students to use when preparing for standardized exams.
On-campus College Visits—to help learn about the many colleges and universities out there, we bring as many representatives to campus.
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Director of College Counseling; 12th Grade Dean
Naviance is a student software program that helps track your progress and efficiently send updated information to colleges during the college admissions process.
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We inspire and prepare a diverse community of creative, independent thinkers. Since 1959, York School has created an exceptional college-prep experience for our youth: inspiring them to develop intellectual curiosity; challenging them to create and try new things; and preparing them to be passionate contributors in college and in life.
York School is committed to equal opportunity in educational programs, employment and campus life. The School does not discriminate on the basis of age, ancestry, color, disability, gender, marital status, national origin, parental status, race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status in any access to and treatment in School programs and activities.