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Counseling Department

(516) 867-5320

Director of Guidance, Ms. Perdomo
Student Last Names begin with…  
A - Cap
Nick Angelo
Car- Fr
Kim Freeman
ext. 4231
Fu- Leg
Sherry Ryan
ext. 4228
Melissa McCormack
ext. 4232
O- Roq
Rosemarie Alario  
ext. x4225
Ros - Z
Natalie Ramos
ext. 4263
Counselors for all ELL/FELL Students
A- Li
Blanca Tapia
ext. 4227
Lo- Z
Rosemary Garcia
ext. 4233


Assistant Principals
Social Workers
9th Ms. Maia : ext. 5348
10th Ms. Haise ext. 5310 
11th Ms. Peña: ext. 5308
12th Ms. Campbell-Ham : ext. 5354
Alicia Brenneis (A -Gk): ext 4265
Yasmin Chambers (Gl – Pg): ext 4286
Sonia Santiago (Ph– Z): ext 5312

Glen Clark (A -D): ext 4242
Dr. Carty (E-K) ext. 5307
E. D’Aiello (L – Pg): ext 5389
Dr. Yepes (Ph – Z): ext 5324


AP Exams

Beginning the 2019-2020 school year, any student enrolled in an AP course will be required to register and pay for the exam in October of 2019.  Therefore, no student will be permitted to drop an AP course after they have registered and committed to take the exam.  If your child is eligible for free/reduced lunch it is imperative that they fill out the “Free and Reduced Lunch Form” in September of 2019, to qualify for a fee waiver. This form should be filled out as soon as possible.

The counselors at Freeport High School believe:

• All students have dignity and worth.
• All students have the right to participate in the school counseling program.
• All students’ ethnic, cultural, racial, language and special needs are considered in planning and implementing the school counseling program.
• All students should have access to a full time, state certified, master’s degree level school counselor to deliver the counseling program.
• Students should be afforded every opportunity to move with their class by providing them with academic resources to succeed. (extra help, peer tutoring, AIS).

School Counseling Mission Statement:
The mission of the Freeport High School counseling program is to provide a comprehensive, developmental counseling program addressing the academic, career and personal/social development of all of our students.  School counselors are professional advocates who provide direction and guidance to maximize student potential, academic achievement and post secondary success.  In partnership with administrators, teachers, parents and the community, counselors facilitate the support system to ensure all students in Freeport High School have access to and are prepared with the knowledge and skills necessary to face the challenges of everyday and to become productive members of society.