Taconic High School

Counseling Office

High School Office (413) 448-9600

School Counseling Office Main Line (413) 448-9602


Mission Statement: In order to foster academic excellence, and inspire students to achieve personal goals at the highest level, the Taconic High School Counseling Department focuses on communicating to instill knowledge, confidence, and humanity, while providing a safe, respectful and engaging environment in which all students can learn and grow. Together, with families, teachers, administrators, and community members, our mission is to offer a comprehensive school counseling program of services that will empower all students to maximize his or her own potential for success by acquiring 21st century skills needed to become productive students, responsible citizens, and lifelong learners in a dynamic, diverse world.

For questions about the Virtual Academy

please contact Jessica Iorio (jiorio@pittsfield.net) or Carl Tillona (ctillona@pittsfield.net)


Counseling Center Announcements

  • PLEASE NOTE THAT, AT THIS TIME, SCHOOL COUNSELORS ARE NO LONGER ABLE TO ACCOMMODATE SCHEDULE CHANGE REQUESTS

  • Masshire is hosting free career prep workshops! Check their website for more information!

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Visit our Daily Bulletin for important news and upcoming Events!

Please send all transcript requests to our Registrar, Mrs. Diane Hunt, at dhunt@pittsfield.net

School Counseling Department Staff

School Counselors

Meaghan Rogers marogers@pittsfield.net ext. 1632

Christine Salvie csalvie@pittsfield.net ext. 1602

Kathryn Pratt kpratt@pittsfield.net ext. 1612

School Adjustment Counselor

Shelby Love-Daly slovedaly@pittsfield.net

Tina Bardwell tbardwell@pittsfield.net

Registrar

Diane Hunt dhunt@pittsfield.net ext. 1582

Administrative Assistant

Cindy Albert calbert@pittsfield.net ext. 1676

Pittsfield Public School Graduation Requirements

Students wishing to earn a Pittsfield Public School District diploma must meet the following minimum class requirements:

English: 4

History: 3

Math: 3*

Science: 3

World Language: 1**

Physical Education: 4

Human Development: 2

A total of 244 Earned Credits

* Students with an EPP must enroll in and pass a fourth year of math

**CTE is exempt from Foreign Language




Students must also pass the following State Examinations:

Science MCAS

Math MCAS

English Language Arts MCAS


*Students who score below proficiency on either the Math or English MCAS will be placed on an Educational Performance Plan (EPP) as per Massachusetts Regulations. Students on EPPs must pass their senior year course that corresponds to the exam*


Students interested in attending a four year college or university may need to take further courses to meet admissions requirements. For example, all Massachusetts State Colleges require:

Non-CTE Students CTE Students

English: 4 4

History: 3 3

Math: 4 4

Science: 3 3

Foreign Language: 2 1

Physical Education: 4 4

Human Development: 2 2