HS Counseling Office

The Canajoharie High School School Counseling Office is dedicated to improving student success by delivering programs that address students' academic, career, and personal/social needs. The School Counseling Program is an integral part of Canajoharie High School's academic program.


The School Counseling Office provides a comprehensive program addressing the American School Counselor Association's:


Program planning for the 2018-2019 school year has begun


Freshmen through juniors attended the presentation titled, Program, Career & College Planning in mid-December. Students reviewed and selected courses for next year.


Preliminary course requests were included with progress reports distributed on Dec. 21.


Program, Career and Collge Planning Presentation (PDF)


2018-2019 Program of Studies Guide (PDF)


Students and parents/guardians are invited to meet with Mrs. Lenz for individual annual review meetings to review academic progress, graduation requirements, future plans and finalize course selections.


Students should make appointments in the counseling center beginning January 2.

New format for transcripts (PDF)
Marking period averages and example


Senior surveys

The senior survey will be given as an assignment in the senior social studies classes with a due date of Wednesday, May 10.  Senior Survey Part I; Senior Survey Part II


Senior & College Level Semestered Classes

Canajoharie High School currently offers the following senior/college level semestered classes:

Accounting I, UHS Accounting, English 12, AP English, CHS PreCalculus, CHS Algebra, UHS/AP Calculus, Financial Math, Physics, Geology, AP Biology, AP Government and Economics, Applied Physics, CHS Spanish, CHS French, Food Science


Guidance Direct

Guidance Direct is available to students and parents searching for colleges and financial aid. All students are able to create an account by contacting the guidance department.

College Visits

Throughout the year, representatives from colleges and universities around the country visit our school to meet with interested students. If you want to meet with a college representative, get a pass from the School Counseling Office that morning.

College Fair Season

Not sure what to do at a college fair? Don't know what to ask college admissions officers? Visits these sites for advice:

High School Counselor Week


Information about:

  • college admissions

  • SAT/ACT testing

  • financial aid

  • other articles exploring higher education options.


More Info

Contact Us


Tracey Stetin, Secretary



Deana Lenz, School counselor Deana.Lenz@canjo.org

Phone: (518) 673-6336

Fax: (518) 673-8116

CEEB Code: 331-190

Senior Survey Part I

Senior Survey Part II

Graduation Requirements

Transcript Request Form

Useful Links for Parents

Useful Links for Students