Guidance & Counseling

  • The counseling department consists of seven school counselors. Every student in the Blind Brook schools has access to a school counselor. We are one of very few districts in the region that has an elementary school counselor to work with the younger children.

    The counselors meet with students, both individually and in groups, to work on academic, personal and social issues. In the middle and high school, the counselor works with students as they prepare their academic programs and manage their school life. In addition, the counselor works closely with the students as they develop plans for post-secondary school education.

    The counselors strive to foster meaningful partnerships with the parents of our students. This relationship enhances our ability to provide care for students as they navigate the often challenging years of childhood and adolescence. Our reward is to witness our students graduate with a positive sense of self and with a direction in regard to college and/or career.

    We hope that you find this site helpful. Please check out the links below for more information: 

    • K-12 Program
    • AP College Board
    • College Resources
    • Naviance (please note that all students should log into Naviance via by using their Blind Brook email address and password)
      • If parents or guardians need assistance with accessing accounts please contact Mr. Mark Greenwald, High School Assistant Principal 914-937-3600 x4100 or
    •  Junior College Night Presentation Featuring Susan Hanks of Union College

                Counselor Presentation