Guidance Department

 

The Guidance Department (also known as Pupil Personnel Services), offers a comprehensive support program to assist the student in all aspects of student life and enhance opportunities for personal, educational, and career development. Students are assigned a guidance counselor when they enter Grade 9. This guidance counselor will remain with the student throughout their high school career until graduation. 

Students and parents will meet their guidance counselor at least once each term to assess their academic progress to date and plan for the progression of courses for the following terms. Counselors are also available to meet with students if an individual problem or concern arises. Parents are encouraged to participate in their child's academic career and are welcome to meet with the counselors to discuss their child's progress. Parents are asked to call  (718) 297-6580 x 1380 to make an appointment.

 
 
  • Report Cards
  • Summer School, PM School, and Saturday School courses taken, as well as grades earned for these courses
  • Transcripts
  • Diploma Worksheet
  • Community Service Documentation
  • Letters of Recommendation
 
STUDENTS must be very aware of their educational plan...they should be familiar with promotional and graduation requirements and be able to plan, along with their counselor, in formulating the path they will take in fulfilling graduation requirements. 
 
 
Guidance Counselors
 
Ms. Gina Paulson
Assistant Principal of Guidance
 
Ms. Kristin Bellomo
9th Grade Guidance Counselor 
 
Ms. Renita Jackson
9th Grade Guidance Counselor 
 
Ms. Kamlesh Kaur
10th Grade Guidance Counselor 
 
Ms. Dawn Trebour
10th Grade Guidance Counselor 
 
Ms. Aileen Abramowitz
11th Grade Guidance Counselor 
 
Ms. Iris Rosario
11th Grade Guidance Counselor 
 
Ms. Melissa Vargas
12th Grade Guidance Counselor 
 
Mr. Omezie Omeokwe
12th Grade Guidance Counselor 
 
COLLEGE ADVISOR
Ms. Domenica David