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  HIGH SCHOOL COUNSELING DEPARTMENT

Our mission is to foster and support the academic, career, social, and emotional development of all Harborfields students.

Through personal contact with highly trained, effective, and caring counselors, all students are offered the opportunity to discuss, explore, and evaluate their abilities, needs, difficulties and aspirations.

Counselors note special and academic growth, and interpret standardized test results for students and parents. They are responsible for social and psychological services referrals. Guidance-sponsored meetings keep parents informed on the subject offerings currently available, highlight specific programs, and present valuable information on college planning and financial aid opportunities.

The high school guidance office is a resource center where students and parents may review extensive reference materials: directories and bulletins from schools of many types, occupational files, and summaries of scholarships and loan sources. 

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4/9/20

To All of our Harborfields HS Students and Families,

We, the Guidance Department at HHS, hope that you and your families are finding a way to navigate through these unprecedented times. We will do our very best to help ease the transition to our new reality. As we navigate this learning curve, I want to ensure you that our team is fully committed to supporting you and your child academically, socially, and emotionally in every way possible. Our counselors are fully accessible through email for any questions or concerns that you many have. Please feel free to reach out to them and they will respond accordingly. 

We acknowledge the uncertainty and anxiety associated with this and want you to know we are here to support our families and our students. Please click here to find links to School Counseling Resources, Community Resources, College Information and Naviance Resources.  We are all in this together. 

Warmest Regards, 

Maribeth Corr

K-12 Guidance Administrator

 

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For information on any of the topics below, please click on the icon in the appropriate category.

 

       
 
       

      1/25/2021

IMPORTANT NEWS:

 

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Please click here for AP Exam Payment information.

 

We are pleased to announce that Harborfields High School will be offering a Driver Education Program in 2021 through KP Driver Education. Classroom instruction will be virtual and driving exercises will be observed and certified by parents/guardians.  Instruction will begin in February 2021 and end in June 2021.  Students who will be 16 years of age and possess an Official Learner’s Permit or Junior License prior to the application deadline will be able to participate.  Priority registration will be given to the Class of 2021, followed by the Class of 2022 and then the Class of 2023.  

Please click here for the official application packet which contains additional details.  Students must complete the paper application packet and submit that along with a $200 money order to our Student Management Office by January 21, 2021.  Additionally, students must complete the online registration form that can be found HERE   If you have any questions, please contact Assistant Principal, Christopher Patronaggio at (631) 754-5360 ext 5364.

 


Attention 10th and 11th grade students who are interested in BOCES Wilson Tech programs: Please click on the following links to view orientation videos for the Wilson Tech CTE Program or the Wilson Tech Skills Program.

CTE Program Orientation Video or Skills Program Orientation Video

Students who would like to request a virtual visit with Wilson Tech should scan the QR code located here and complete form.  

The Harborfields Booster Club is sponsoring a recruiting webinar, Get Recruited” What Student-Athletes and Parents Need to Know, hosted by Wayne Mazzoni on February 8th at 7pm. The webinar which will be streamed live via Zoom, is free to all families with student-athletes currently in grades 8 through 12. The webinar is designed for student-athletes who are interested in playing a sport in college.  For more information and to register to attend the Zoom, please click here and then click on the Zoom link to register.

 

For information on the Long Island High School for the Arts (LIHSA) application process, as well as the application itself, please click here.  Applications must be submitted by 2:20 pm on Wednesday, February 24, 2021.   Junior students who are currently enrolled must reapply.

 

For information on College Board's decision to discontinue the SAT Subject Tests and to Drop the essay component of the SAT, please click here.

 

Whether you need to talk to someone or learn about resources in your community for coping with COVID, NY Project Hope's trained crisis counselors are available for you.  Please click here for details.

 

      

ATTENTION SENIORS

Scholarship Bulletin #2 has been posted.  Click on   link below to access all scholarship information and updates.

 

Please click on 12th Grade College Application Packet for the Senior College Meeting 2020.


      

JUNIORS - Be sure to check the Scholarship link for opportunities such as the Coolidge Scholarship.

 

     

Course Drop Procedure for Virtual Students

 

  • Fill out Course Drop Form
  • Email Course Drop Form to your teacher, informing them of your intent to drop the course. Make sure you include your counselor on the email.
  • For detailed information on COURSE LEVEL CHANGES, please see page 14 of the 2021-2022 Course Description Guide.