Counseling Center

Mrs. Rachel Harrison, (last names A-J)
BMHS Counselor
Ext. 1072
Ms. Melissa Cleary, (last names K-Z)
BMHS Counselor
Ms. Christine Demick,
Ext. 1070

Curriculum Guide


New Student Registration Information

BCSD Transcript Request Form


Scholarship Information and Applications

News and Information


HVCC College in the HS online Summer Courses:


If you are interested in taking courses over the summer, you can take up to 8 credits, tuition Free this summer through HVCC:

Scholarship for all CIHS Students
Once again this year, the college is awarding full-tuition scholarships for up to eight credits to all students in our College in the High School sections for Summer 2024. This means that all students will receive a scholarship to cover the cost of tuition (up to eight credits), plus free textbooks.

In order to register, students must use the Voyager Registration System

Beginning this summer term, students will complete registration via our new online registration system, Voyager*. Voyager will be the one-stop hub for all parts of the registration process including: registration requests, Certificate of Residence submission, obtaining HVCC credentials, and more. From there, you as the school guidance contacts will be able to review and approve the course requests.

If you have any questions, please contact the CIHS office at

Or reach out to your school counselor!


Summer Internships and Job Notices from the BMHS Counseling Office:



THE BERRY PATCH IS HIRING! SPEND YOUR SUMMER IN A GREAT ENVIRONMENT AND LEARNING OPPORTUNITY! Looking for a way to learn some new skills and knowledge and get some wonderful outdoor air at the same time? The Berry Patch is recruiting for field crew positions and retail store positions for the 2024 season! More details here

To apply, send a resume, letter describing why you want to work at The Berry Patch, and contact information for three references to To learn more about The Berry Patch, visit our website at



The Town of Grafton is currently accepting applications for Counselors and Assistant Summer Program Director for our 2024 Summer Recreation Camp. The program will be held Monday – Friday, 9am-3pm, July 8 – August 9, 2024. Applicants must be comfortable working with youth K – 13-year-olds. Counselors must be 16 or older with working papers. Full & Part-time positions available. Assistant Program Director must be at least 18 years old and have current CPR/First Aid Certification. Background checks are required for applicants 18 years or older. The Town of Grafton is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment Applications are available at the Grafton Town Hall or online @ For more information, please call 518.407.9549 or email To be considered for employment please submit a completed application by June 1, 2024. Applications can be sent to Town of Grafton, Youth Department, PO Box G Grafton NY 12082, email: or in person at Grafton Town Hall, 2379 NY RT 2, Grafton NY 12082.

Application for Counselors and Assistant Summer Program Director for our 2024 Summer Recreation Camp



Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute is excited to announce its Summer@Rensselaer Online and In-Person Day Programs for high school students entering 10th, 11th & 12th grade. For more information, please visit


New York State Senate 2024 Paid Summer Internship Opportunity 
The New York State Senate is excited to announce the 2024 paid summer internship opportunity for high school students, ages 16 and up, throughout the Capital Region in our Production Services department.
Production Services is a state-of-the-art facility that internally produces all print material for the 63 elected members of the New York State Senate.
The internship program will last six weeks, scheduled to begin on July 8, 2024, and end on August 16, 2024. Students will work Monday-Friday for twenty hours per week, with four of those hours invested in professional development activities.
Questions, please contact the New York State Senate Office of Student Programs at 518-455-2611 or via email at for general program information.



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Programs include:

Two-Year Educational Programs for Juniors (Class of 2026):
– Automotive Technologies
– Construction Technologies
– Cosmetology
– Criminal Justice
– Culinary Arts
– Gaming & Multimedia
– HVAC/R & Green Technologies
– Heavy Equipment Repair & Operations
– Welding/Metal Fabrication

One-Year Educational Program for Seniors (Class of 2025):
– Nurse Assistant

Career Studies programs for students requiring a smaller class setting:
– Automotive Services
– Introduction to Food Services

Reach out to you school counselor
Mrs. Rachel Harrison, (last names A-J)
Ms. Melissa Cleary, (last names K-Z)


Apprenticeship Opportunity







High School Resources


Middle School Resources



17400 Route 22, Cherry Plain, NY  12040
Mailing address:  PO Box 259, Berlin, NY  12022
Phone:  518-658-1500, x1070
Fax:  518-658-0483
Berlin HS CEEB Code 330410