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Miller Place UFSD
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If it is recommended that a student makeup a class or retake a Regents exam, a letter from the Guidance office (with what classes or exams are needed) will be mailed home indicating this.   

If a student does not take the class or regents exam during the summer and it is needed for graduation, it will be put on their schedule for the 2024-2025 school year.  

The options for retaking a class are in person (at Bay Shore HS) or online (through Educere).  

The only option for retaking a Regents Exam in August is in person (at Bay Shore HS)

  • Registration for Regents exams is in person during the dates and times listed on the brochure.

If you have any questions, please contact your counselor at (631) 474-2728.  

CollegeBoard SAT BlueBook Application Download Directions Click hereStudents taking the Digital SAT will need to download the BlueBook application to their testing device for all testing locations.  These directions are specifically for downloading the application to a MP District issued laptop.

 College Fairs - 2024-2025


Long Island National College Fair

Saturday, September 14, 2024

Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum

Uniondale, NY


Western Suffolk Counselors Spring College Fair
Monday, April 15, 2023
6:30 - 9:00 pm
Radisson Hotel Hauppauge - LI

Nassau Counselor’s Spring College Fair
Tuesday, April 16, 2024
5:30 - 8:30 pm
Hofstra University - David S. Mack Sports Complex

East End Counselors Spring College Fair
Wednesday, April 17, 2024 
5 -7pm
Westhampton Beach High School

MPHS School Counseling Department

Director of Guidance /Asst. Principal
Mr. Sean White

School Counselors
(assigned alphabetically 9-12)  
Ms. Josephine Fiumano (A-D)
Ms. Meghan Gallo  (E-K)
Mr. John Scherer  (L-P)
Ms. Jane Hayden  (Q-Z) 

Office Staff
Ms. Katie Mott               Ms. Maria Tyler

The Miller Place High School Guidance Department strives to offer programs and support services that foster academic success, social/emotional growth, and college/career readiness. These programs and services are the cornerstones of a comprehensive developmental guidance program with a primary purpose of developing and supporting the whole child and establishing a link between education and post secondary opportunities. 

(631) 474-2728 - Phone           (631) 474-2734 - fax