NFHS Counseling Center

Hours

    • Office Number: (716) 286-7927
    • Fax Number: (716) 286-0749
    • Room 220
    • Office Hours 8:15am - 3:30pm, Monday - Friday
    • CEEB Code: 334170

    Working Papers are being accepted via email.  Download the application here.  Email completed working papers to workingpapers@nfschools.net.  Send original copies to NFHS Counsleing Center/Working papers, 4455 Porter Road, Niagara Falls, NY  14305.

    If you do not have access to a printer or digital media you may come to the High School wearing a mask, ring the buzzer at door #1 and you will be directed to pick up the application from the tray on the table AFTER THE ATTENDENT CLOSES THE DOUBLE DOORS.  Once the form is completed by your parent/guardian and doctor, return the form to the High School wearing a mask, ring buzzer at door #1 and place in the tray on the table.  The forms will be picked up by the secretary 24 hours after form is placed in the bin.  You will be called with instructions on when and how to pick up your working card.

     

     

     


    ****SCHOLARSHIP NOTICE****

    Please send your scholarship application directly to the address provided on each individual scholarship.  Do not worry if you do not have an official transcript to send along.  Each scholarship provider will alert us and we will forward a transcript directly to each provider.


      

    College virtual tours are now available on the College and Career page or by clicking here. 

  • Every student at NFHS is assigned to a school counselor.  Ninth grade students are split into teams and each student reports to the counselor for that team.  While 10th - 12th grade students are assigned counselors by the student last name.  Early College students have their own counselor.  Please see below for your child's counselor assignment.

    When a student is having issues in school or at home, their school counselor can meet with them in order to identify the issue and develop a plan to resolve it.  Students are welcomed and encouraged to see their school counselor on a regular basis.

    Counselors will:

    • Help student learn about themselves and their relationship with others
    • Assist student in planning their school program
    • Provide information about colleges and careers
    • Provide individual counseling to students and refer to outside agencies and/or professionals when necessary
    • Conference with parents, teachers, and administrators regarding students' behaviors, attendance, and academic progress
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  • Working Paper Update!

    For information on working papers please visit the link below.  It will direct you to the NFHS portion of the COVID-19 Crisis Management page.  Scroll down to the Working Paper portion on the right hand side and follow the updated information.

     

    For a copy of the working paper application, click here.

     

     

    When working paper application is complete, please email documents to:

    workingpapers@nfschools.net