What is Scoir?
What is Scoir?
Scoir is a customized, secure website that supports post-secondary, college and career planning. It is designed to assist students and their parents/guardians in making informed decisions about college opportunities and career choices. This online resource allows Juniors and Seniors the ability to research colleges, view statistical and historical data on other KRHS students anonymously, build a resume, take a career interest inventory, view the schedule of college representatives visiting the high school and much more.
Scoir is offered as a complement to the series of individual and group meetings that are available to students and families in partnership with the Counseling Department. Scoir is only one tool to be consulted during the college planning process! Some specific resources on Scoir include:
- College Search: This tool allows users to enter criteria such as size, location, cost, availability of specific majors or athletic programs and a list will be provided that meets these criteria.
- College Lookup: This tool provides comprehensive information on thousands of US colleges and universities. A link to each college’s website is also provided.
- College Compare: This feature allows students to compare how your standardized testing scores and your GPA fare against the colleges that you have selected.
- Scattergram: This tool provides a graphical view of application outcomes (accepted, denied, waitlisted) at a specific college, using the GPA and SAT scores for KRHS students. It does not provide data on students from other high schools.
How do students access Scoir? Can parents also access it?
The site can also be accessed via link below.
Students receive instruction from school counselors on establishing a Scoir account during the spring of Freshman year. Parents can access Scoir through their students access, students invite their parent to join them.
When can students first access Scoir?
Students are initially introduced to Scoir in small groups, during the spring of Freshmen year and are provided with instruction to establish a Scoir account.