Frequently Asked Questions for parents of students with disabilities who are in the process of applying to high schools:
Information from the Department of Education about the High School Application Process:
ALSO: Check the Parent Links page of this web site for more useful high school process links.
Check the Goodies page for Interviewing Tips.
Welcome to the School Counseling Department!
The American School Counselor Association (ASCA) created a National Model that serves as a blueprint for a comprehensive school counseling program.
The ASCA diamond (above; click to enlarge) shows the four components of such a program: Foundation, Delivery System, Accountability, and Management System.
(917) 441-1236 (for Ms. Hill) or (917) 441-1240 (for Ms. deMauro).
E-mail Ms. Hill or Ms. deMauro by clicking on the links above.
MORE TOOLS FOR THE HIGH SCHOOL SEARCH ON THE PARENT LINKS PAGE.
Welcome new and returning students!
The counselors are looking forward to a great new year!
Stop by room 302 to let us know what's on your mind or just to check in and say, "Hi!"
Broken links? Please let us know: firstname.lastname@example.org
The high school application process is already underway! Eighth graders and their families, please take note of IMPORTANT DATES:
September 11–October 9
Register for the fall 2011 Specialized High Schools Admissions Test (SHSAT)
with guidance counselors
Citywide High School Fair 10am - 3pm Brooklyn Technical H.S. 29 Fort Greene Place Brooklyn, NY 11227
October 19 and 20
Borough High School Fairs 11am - 2pm Manhattan: Martin Luther King, Jr., Ed. Campus Bronx: Theodore Roosevelt Ed. Campus Brooklyn: Edward R. Murrow H.S. Queens: Francis Lewis H.S. Staten Island: New Dorp H.S.
October 26 and 27
SHSAT for all current eighth grade students who do not receive test accommodations (students will be assigned a test date)
SHSAT for students with testing accommodations
SHSAT for Sabbath observers with testing accommodations and make-up for those with doctor's notes
High school applications due to counselors