Latest Guidance News and Information

Please visit this page often for the most recent updates, mailings and information:

  • Senior College Letter- info for seniors applying to college- see link below
  • PreACT/PSAT Letters- info for students taking the PreACT of PSAT.
  • SAT and ACT Prep available to all students through your Naviance Student Account- Log onto your Naviance home page... and look for Method Test Preparation Tab to get started. Effective, convenient and free test prep for all Mattituck students.
  • PSAT Results Letter is listed below
  • PreACT Results Letter is listed below
  • Information about the SAT Prep Course at the Mattituck Laurel Library is listed below.
  • Scheduling for the 2020-21 school year will begin in the next few weeks (January 28- January 31). Students in grades 8-11 will begin the scheduling process by meeting with guidance counselors in a group setting. They will review graduation and diploma requirements before making initial selections for most core courses and electives.

    Those requests will be sent home for your review in March. Students and parents will have access via the student/parent portal to make changes to those requests following the mailing. Parents are welcome to schedule an appointment with their child’s counselor to discuss their child’s selections. All students will meet with their counselor, between February and May to discuss their educational goals, evaluate their current performance, and review their strength of schedule along with graduation and diploma requirements.

    The course selection guide is available on the Guidance Website and is linked below. The course guide contains course descriptions for all of the courses offered at M.H.S. as well as important graduation and scheduling information. Also linked below is a scheduling timeline which details the steps leading to your student’s 2020-21 schedule over the next six months.

    If you have any questions please feel free to contact the guidance office at 631.298.8471, ext. 1405.

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