The Cobleskill-Richmondville High School guidance office exists to help students get the most out of their high school experience, and to help them transition to life after high school. Our staff is always available to answer questions or provide additional information. Please call us at (518) 234-2579.

Olivia Friedson: Counselor, ext. 1009
Kristin Komarinski: Counselor, ext. 1012
Jessica Lyons: Counselor, ext. 1010
Jaci Gravina: Secretary, ext. 1007
Amy Robinson: Secretary, ext. 1008

Scholarship Opportunities

Check out the Scholarship Opportunities page for ways to apply for college money!

College and Career Readiness

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College Planning Guide

Begin planning for college with our College Planning Guide.

Be sure to take our College Planning Questionnaire. (Note that the form will open in a new window. You must save it to your computer before submitting the completed form.

Below are materials to review during your students Junior Scheduling Meeting. 

Financial Aid Resources

Hear from Brian Smith, SUNY Cobleskill director of financial aid, about paying for college and the 2024-2025 FAFSA form.

Curriculum Guide

The 2023-2024 Curriculum Handbook provides a detailed summary of the comprehensive course offerings at Cobleskill-Richmondville High School. Please note the courses listed include all of the classes each department is able to teach. Not every class will be offered each year.

Here are the courses available by grade for the 2020-2021 school year:

Working Papers

Working papers are issued for two different age groups:

14-15 years of age (blue Employment Certificate)
16-17 years of age (green Employment Certificate)

An application signed by the parent/guardian along with verification of a physical within the last year is required. Download a copy of the Working Paper Application and Physical Fitness Certification forms or the forms can be obtained in the High School Guidance office. Completed forms should be brought to Mrs. Gravina in the Guidance office for processing. For full information on employment of minors, visit the New York State Department of Labor website.

Note: Students issued an Employment Certificate should take care in storing it in a safe place until employment is secured and the employer requests the certificate. The employer will then hold the certificate as long as the student is employed with this employer. If employment is terminated, the employer is required to return the certificate to the student so that it can be used at the next employment location.