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The primary function of the Guidance Department in the Farmingdale School District is to help each and every student find a learning environment that will maximize his or her potential. Certified School Counselors are available in our middle and high schools to help your child through interviews, consultations with teachers and parents, group guidance and small group counseling. Interviews may be concerned with educational, vocational, social or ethical guidance. An interview may be initiated by a student, parent, teacher, or counselor.

Farmingdale High School CEEB Code: 331 880


" Higher Education Services Corporation (HESC) Launches Virtual Platform to Engage High School Students and Their Families"

College Application and Essay Bootcamp August 2021

Dates: Aug. 17, 18 & 19 (students must attend all three days)

3 Sessions - One hour each
In person at FHS (room TBD)

Session 1 – 8 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.

Session 2 – 9:20 a.m. to 10:20 a.m.

Session 3 – 10:40 a.m. to 11:40 a.m.

Who is it for? This workshop is intended to help incoming seniors who have not started their college application essays yet. And, who would like to get a jump start on their online applications.
What will you do? Students will spend 30 minutes working in a small group with a high school English teacher on crafting a college admissions essay. The second 30 minutes will be spent working with a school counselor on your online applications.
What you will need to bring?
For the essay portion of the workshop please bring a pen and notebook (or paper that you can later organize) or a device to write on (e.g., chromebook, laptop, ipad).
For the application portion of the workshop you will need:
· Your list of colleges. Please make sure to review this at home with your parent/guardian.
· Your basic profile information like your name, date of birth, address and phone number. And of course, you’ll need to provide a valid email address. This will become your username and the primary way that colleges will communicate with you.
· Parent / legal guardian information (educational background, occupational information, employer information, etc.)
· Test scores and test dates from your college entrance exams if you have taken them (SATs, ACTs, SAT Subject Tests)
· A list of your activities, academic honors and awards (grades 9 to present)

How do I sign up? Please complete the Google form. As mentioned previously space is limited and will be on a first come first served basis.


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Past Events Coordinated by FHS Guidance Department

School Counselors 2021-2022

   High School    
Grade 9-10 
Grades 11 - 12 
Counselor  Phone
 A-Bla  A - Can Jill Greeney  516-434-5280
 Blb - Do  Cao - Di Risa Herrero  516-434-5280
 Dp - Hal  DJ - Gz Jackie Verre  516-434-5280
 Ham - Ke  H - La Francis Mayerhofer  516-434-5280
 Kf - Mck  Lb - Mi Lisa Jensen  516-434-5280
 Mcl - Per  Mj - Rao Cara Molina  516-434-5280
 Pes - Sm  Rap - So Christine Dewhirst   516-434-5280
 Sn - Zz  Sp - Z Nyquasha Smith


Middle School
   Grade 6 - 8 Counselor  Phone
  A - Do            Annmarie Boyon  516-434-5480
Dp - K
Pablo Lizana  516-434-5480
  L - Raf Christy (Hanks) Quinland   516-434-5480
  Rag - Z Andrea Lehrfeld  516-434-5480

The Guidance Office is located on the first floor of the East Building across from the main office.


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