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HHS Guidance 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.  
 

 

GUIDANCE EVENTS & INFORMATION

MARK YOUR CALENDARS!!! -  -Updated 3/22/19

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Attention students interested in BOCES/Wilson Tech programs:  all Western Suffolk BOCES/Wilson Tech campuses are holding open houses on Tuesday, April 9th at 7:00 p.m.  Students and parents welcome!  Please click here to view the list of programs and campuses. 

“Lead by Example”, is a program which connects high school and college students (age 15+) with local businesses for unpaid summer internships. These opportunities aim to give students the chance to learn, network and attain experience in a real-life professional environment.  In the past 7 years, over 120 students have been matched with internships in areas of interest to them. For more information and an application, please click here.



Virtual Bulletin Board (click here for information on non-school sponsored functions)

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If your child took the October PSAT exam at HHS, he/she will be sent an access code from College Board via email beginning on Monday, December 10, 2018 to the email address your child provided when filling out the answer sheet.  Please click here for directions on how to obtain and interpret your scores.

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Attention Students:

Any students interested in the American Legion for both Boys and Girls State 2019, should see their guidance counselor.  Please click here for information on the program.

Attention Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors - The Columbia University Science Honors Program (SHP) is a highly selective program for high school students who have a strong interest in science and mathematics.  The SHP is now accepting applications for the 2019-2020 academic year.  Please click here for information on the program and application process. 

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 PARENTS:  If you attended the  Workshop on 10/10/18 at HHS, please click here to complete a "Feedback" survey.  Your cooperation is appreciated.  

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3rd  Quarter  Interim Reports will be posted on March 14th for HHS.    If you have not yet signed up for the Parent Portal, please see link below under "High School Forms".

*Honor Roll at HHS - The Honor Roll is computed at the end of each quarter.  Requirements for Honor Roll are as follows:  1)  A quarterly weighted average above 90 or better.  This average must be an unrounded average; 2) A minimum of 3.5 units per year; 3) No grades of FG, I, WF, F, NC or Inc


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


HIGH SCHOOL GUIDES & PROFILE 

  

 

 

HIGH SCHOOL FORMS

 

  

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PROJECT EXCEL’S COLLEGE TRIPS

  

 

 

STUDENT CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

  

 

 

MATERIALS FROM PAST GUIDANCE EVENTS

 

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High School Student Registration

Registration for the upcoming school year starts after July 1st.  All registrations are done by appointment.  If you wish to expedite this process, the registration packet can be filled out and submitted to the HHS Guidance office (along with all necessary documentation – proofs of residency, affidavits, immunizations, etc.) prior to this date (June).  Scheduling, however, cannot be done until final grades, transcript and an IEP, if applicable, have been received.  Once all documentation has been received and the registration process has been completed, a counselor will call to set up a schedule for your student.  Please click here for HS student registration.  For a registration appointment, or for more information, please call 631-754-5360 X406.  Thank you.

 

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Harborfields High School Guidance Coordinator
Maribeth Corr
631-754-5360, ext. 406

HHS Guidance Counselors
Lisa Bergman
Jaclyn Best
Lynnsey Gaska
Philip Lombardi
Sylvia Sales
631-754-5360, ext. 405

 

 

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SAT Test Dates and Deadlines
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NCAA Eligibility

 

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NCAA Division I Requirements

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2015-2018 Summary Sheet

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