John DeBenedetto, Principal ~ Susann Crossan, Assistant Principal ~ Michael Gabriel, Assistant Principal
FACILITATOR & COUNSELOR
Guidance Telephone (631)
744-1600 ext. 7901
COLLEGE BOARD AP/PSAT/SAT/ACT EXAM SCHEDULES
Board Examination Schedule
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CAREER & COLLEGE HANDBOOK
(52 Page Booklet Available Online in Adobe PDF) Of the thousands of colleges and universities in the country, there are undoubtedly hundreds that could meet your basic requirements. Your first action should be to choose the right set of colleges rather than the one right college.
Determine why it is that you wish to go to college. Many students begin the college selection process because they feel they are expected to attend college or because they simply haven't thought about doing anything else after high school graduation.
Unless you understand
your personal reasons for wanting to go to college, it
will become increasingly difficult, and in some cases
to match up the strengths and characteristics of various
institutions with your needs and your expectations of
a four-year education.
To successfully proceed in selecting a college, you do not need to know exactly what it is you want to study or what career you want to pursue. Read more.....
GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT NEWS
QUESTIONS ABOUT FINANCIAL AID?
New York State's College Financial Aid Awareness Network provides financial aid information. For questions about financial aid, either visit the websites listed below OR call 1.888.NYS.HESC (1.888.697.4372)
The New York State Financial Aid Administrators Association (NYSFAAA) was founded in 1968 by a group of people involved in the financial aid process.
OCCUPATIONAL OUTLOOK HANDBOOK
In an effort to keep you informed, please read the very important information pertaining to your child that is stated below. All U. S. high schools across the nation are required to provide a directory of juniors and seniors to military recruiters under a provision of the No Child Left Behind Act, which was enacted in 2001.
Parents must sign a form to keep their child off the directory list we must provide to the military. Please sign the form below if you do not want your child’s name to be published in the directory provided to recruiters of the armed forces .
ROCKY POINT SCHOOL PROFILE
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