Guidance

Contact Info

Ms. Jennifer Sandtorv
Assistant Principal Pupil Personnel Services
(718) 888-7500 x2351

Ms. Mayra Reyes
Pupil Personnel Services Secretary
(718) 888-7500 x2350

Ms. Alexandra Suarez
Pupil Accounting Secretary (Admissions)
(718) 888-7500 x6147

Our mission is to foster academic, social-emotional and post-secondary success through the delivery of a relevant developmental comprehensive guidance program. We are committed to working collaboratively with students, faculty, staff, administration, parents and the community. Our goal is to cultivate life-long learners, within a safe and culturally sensitive environment, who are prepared to become productive members of society.

Flushing High School is committed to providing excellent post-secondary planning services and as such maintains a dedicated college advisor. Through our partnership with AAFE, Flushing High School opened a state-of-the-art college and career center. In addition to the college advisor, CBO partners AAFE and trained Youth Leaders work with our students on every aspect of their college planning from exploration and applications to financial aid. Visit the college office page for more information about the college process.

PupilPath

Pupilpath logo Students (using their own password) and/or parents (using their own password) can retrieve up-to-the-minute student data:

  • Attendance by class
  • Schedule of Classes
  • Latest Report Card 
  • Transcript
  • Graduation Tracker 
  • Comments by staff (teachers, guidance counselors, deans)

Begin using PupilPath

  • Students obtain their registration code through their Guidance Counselors.
  • Parents obtain their registration code through our Parent Coordinator Mary Vacarr. Phone Extension 6101 or Email: MVacarr@schools.nyc.gov

Respect For All

Respect For All logo The NYC DOE launched the citywide Respect For All program in 2007 to build the capacity of staff and students to actively promote a community of inclusion in each of our schools.

The seeds of Respect For All (RFA) were sown in the aftermath of 9/11, when the NYC DOE began a concerted citywide effort to promote respect for diversity and combat harassment, discrimination and bullying. This initiative provided professional development for K-12 school staff, as well as direct services to students. The goal of this work is to ensure that every NYC school provides a learning environment where all children feel safe, valued and respected.

Flushing High School works with all students, staff, and parents to create a safe learning environment.  Both staff, students and parents participate in workshops to broaden their understanding and develop their leadership skills as upstanders in the community!