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    2020 Veterinary Medicine Career Exploration Program 

     Sponsored by the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County

    This program is designed for youth in grades 9-12 who are interested in pursuing a career in Veterinary MedicineThis  program includes a lecture series and a veterinarian shadowing experience.  The Programs start in February and registration is required.  For more information visit www.ccesuffolk.org.    The Cooperative Extension is also offering offering other High School opportunities for students interested in learining about farm animals.  For more information visit www.ccesuffolk.org

    Power Up!  Girls in Technology 

    Saturday, April 4, 2020, Suffolk County Community College, Amerman Campus, Selden, NY. 8:45 - 2 p.m. 

    Designed for girls in grades 9-12, this event will feature breakout session about careers in Architecture, Auto Tech, Coding and Engineering, Cybersecurity, Information Technology and Radio/TV.   For more details, contact Natalie Niemann at niemann@sunysuffolk.edu



    Sunday, April 26, 2020 12-4 pm                     NACAC National College Fair:   Jacob Javitz Center NYC

    Wednesday, April 22, 2020 5:30-8:30 pm      NCA (Nassau Counselor's Association) College Fair:  Hofstra University Mack Complex

    Monday, April 27, 2020 5-7 pm                          EECA (East End Counselor's Assocation) College Fair :  Westhampton Beach HS

    Sunday, April 26,2020 12-3 pm                     WSCA (Western Suffolk Counselor's Association) College Fair:  Radisson Hotel Hauppauge


    View the College Rep Visits to see the Colleges visiting Miller Place High School this fall!

    Counseling Department 


                  Ms. Josephine Fiumano  (A-D) 

                 Mrs. Meghan Gallo         (E-K) 

                    Mr. John Scherer          (L-P)   

                   Ms. Jane Hayden        (Q-Z) 



             Mrs. Katie Mott               Mrs. Maria Tyler


          Director of Guidance/Assistant Principal:

    Mr. Sean White


    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