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Curriculum Guide

Waterville Jr./Sr. High School is proud to offer the 2023-24 Program of Studies for students and parents to guide the educational planning process.

This Program of Studies also provides students with a clear understanding of the academic opportunities as well as the clubs and activities available to them. We have also created support programs to help all students succeed.

Counselors will discuss graduation requirements with students and the relationship of the courses to their abilities, interests, and possible career paths. Students in grades 9-11 must be enrolled in a minimum of 6.5 credits and students in grade 12 must be enrolled in a minimum of 5.5 credits, unless there are extenuating circumstances.

Waterville’s dedicated faculty and staff are committed to helping all students reach their full potential and are integral to student success both academically, socially and emotionally. We will work together to provide the best curricular and cocurricular opportunities for all of our students.

As our mission states, the Waterville CSD in partnership with students, staff, families and community is dedicated to educating the whole-child for personalized success. We will continue imagining, designing, and creating best futures!

View the complete 2023-24 Program of Studies.

Counseling and Guidance Department

Becky Jones
MPS Social Worker
(315) 841-3700

Gina Rocci
School Counselor
Grades 7 – 9
(315) 841-3820

Christa Nigro
School Counselor
Grades 10 – 12
(315) 841-3819

Chelsey Fancett
Jr./Sr. High School Counseling Office Secretary
(315) 841-3823

Russell Franklin
Jr./Sr. High School Social Worker
(315) 841-3831

Andrew Rubino
School Psychologist