Counseling Center



Ms. Megan Erway
Students with Last Names A to F

Ms. Saima Horab
Students with Last Names G to M

Mrs. Wendy Kimpel
Students with Last Names N to Z

Mr. Keith Kidder






Selective Service
SMHS Course Catalog
SMHS Graduation Requirements


Transcript Requests

To request your transcript, email Mr. Kidder at  Include your name when attending St. Mary's, year of graduation, and where transcript is to be sent.  There is no charge for your transcript.


Contact Information

Phone: (716) 683-2349
Fax: (716) 683-4958

Summer School Information for 2022

If a St. Mary's student needs to attend Summer School, here are the options available:

Bishop Timon - St. Jude

  • All students accepted
  • Course retakes only; no Regents Exam retakes
  • Click HERE for Registration Form
  • Click HERE for Schedule
  • Fees - none
  • Registration deadline is July 5th
  • For more information call (716) 826-3610 Ext. 258 or contact


  • For information call (716) 816-3717 or the school student will attend
  • Registration on June 28th & 29th


  • District & non-district students accepted
  • Must register online at
  • Fees - $300 for one class; $400 for two classes; $500 for three classes; $150 for 5-day review class
  • Non-district students must register by June 28th
  • For more information call (716) 926-1700 Ext. 2406


  • District & non-district students accepted
  • Students must register in person
  • Registration deadline is June 30th
  • Fees
    • Free for Iroquois, Springville, Holland residents
    • For non-district residents - $190 for course; $230 for course and exam (no exam-only option)
  • For more information contact



  • District & non-district students accepted
  • Students must register in person (copy of student ID needed at registration)
  • Registration deadline is June 28th
  • Fees - $112 for course; $12 for exam
  • For more information call (716) 210-2308



Private tutoring:

  • Students who failed the course and the final exam are required to complete 24 (twenty-four) hours of tutoring and take a final exam
  • Students who failed the final exam only are required to complete 4 (four) hours of tutoring and take a final exam (must register to take the exam with a local district)

For every class taken with a tutor:

  • Tutor must be New York State certified Copy of Certificate must be forwarded to Mr. Junik ( before tutoring sessions begin
  • Keep a detailed log of tutoring sessions
  • Log must be given to Mr. Junik at conclusion of tutoring sessions
  • Give a Final Exam
  • Final Exam must be given to Mr. Junik, to be saved in student’s permanent record
  • All Classes must be completed by August 15

Welcome to the
Counseling Center

The members of the St. Mary's Counseling Center work closely with students throughout their four years to help them with selecting courses, career planning, the college search and application process, and scholarships and financial aid.

Counselors will be working with students to:

  • Assess strengths and weaknesses
  • Develop good decision-making skills, positive attitudes, and good study habits
  • Solve personal problems with family, friends, or teachers
  • Plan high school and post-high school education


The Counseling Center coordinates the following events to assist students in their college search process:

  • College Representative Visits (one-on-one visits) - throughout the Fall and Spring
  • College Consortium (area colleges send representatives whom student may visit) - Every October
  • Bus to Bona (trip to St. Bonaventure University) - Every October
  • College 101 (recent graduates share their college experience) - January 2023
  • Career Fair (representatives from different careers come to St. Mary's) - Spring 2023
  • National College Fair (Juniors go to Convention Center to meet with college representatives) - March 2023
  • College Tour (student and counselors visit out-of-town colleges) - Spring of 2023

For more information on any of these events, contact Mr. Kidder at

College Planning

SUNY has put together a series of very helpful guides for students and families regarding the College Planning Process:

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