• Counseling
    Counseling services are available for every student. These services include assistance with educational planning, career information, study skills, family, school and/or social concerns, or any concern the student would like to discuss with the counselor.
    Students wishing to see their counselor should schedule an appointment.
    Parents are welcome to call the Counseling Center. Specific guidance appointments can be scheduled by calling (516-203-3600 x3261). The Counselors are also available on specific evenings from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. for individual appointments.
    In addition to the counselors, the Counseling Center has a number of other resources that will be of help. There is information on occupations and careers, on colleges and on technical training programs. The Counseling Center also posts dates of important examinations such as SAT's and ACT's and important meetings on the guidance website. Information on college visit and scholarship programs is also posted there.


  • Psychologist
    The school psychologist is available to meet with students who are experiencing difficulties with social and family issues. Often the student is referred by the guidance counselor; however, at times the student may wish to initiate the contact directly with the psychologist.The psychologist counsels students individually and in groups, and also conducts meetings with parents. All meetings with the psychologist are confidential.


  • Social Worker
    The School Social Worker invites students to join discussion groups on a regular basis to express concerns about problems they might be experiencing and/or speak to the counselor on a one-to-one basis. Services also include substance abuse information and parent education programs.



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