Educational Excellence for the 21st Century
715 Ocean Terrace, Staten Island, New York 10301
Telephone (718) 815 – 0186 Fax (718) 815 – 9538
Mr. Anthony Tabbitas, High School Assistant Principal
(718) 815 - 0186
2023 NYC SCHOOL SURVEY
Your School. Your Child. Your Voice.
Every year, all parents, teachers, students in grades 6-12 and select school support staff take the NYC School Survey. The survey helps school leaders understand what key members of their school community think about the learning environment at their school. The information captured by the survey is designed to support a dialogue among all members of the school community about how to make the school a better place to learn.
There are multiple ways to complete the survey
Your child has been backpacked with the survey and a prepaid return envelope or
https://surveys.panoramaed.com/nycdoe/login or use QR code below
Students will enter their nine-digit Student Identification (OSIS) number to access the survey.
Families will enter "f" followed by their child's nine-digit Student Identification (OSIS) number to access the survey. Note that "f" must be lowercase.
Your child’s OSIS number can be found on their report card, student ID card, in the family's NYCSA account or you can call our main office (718) 815-0186
For more information about the school survey, please visit https://infohub.nyced.org/reports/school-quality/nyc-school-survey
The 2022-2023 NYC School Survey must be completed before March 31
College Now is a collaborative program between the City University of New York and the New York City Department of Education.
College Now allows high school students to take college level courses and earn college credit.
Interested students will complete all of the necessary paperwork with The College of Staten Island.
Check out their website for more information
July 05, 2023 to July 27, 2023
All students must have an 85 or higher GPA
Spring Sports Season
Monday March 20th
Handball away at MSIT 4:30
Tuesday March 21st
Girls Lacrosse Home against Curtis 4:00
Baseball away against Sunset Park (Bush Terminal Park) 4:00
Wednesday March 22nd
Handball Home against Tottenville 4:30
Friday March 24th
Girls Lacrosse away against Wagner 4:00
Baseball Home against CSIM 4:00
Save the Date
Our High School Graduation ceremony will be on
Thursday, June 22 at 6:30 pm
Are you interested in having your child work this summer?
The Summer Youth Employment Program is hiring.
Check out the information below for more information. A representative from SYEP will be here on March 2, during high school lunch, to speak to interested students.
Dont hesitate. Complete the application before the March 31 deadline.
Petrides High School Seniors
The Michael J Petrides School PTA is proud to offer our Annual Scholarship.
Four graduating High School Seniors from the class of 2023 will receive one $1,000 scholarship award.
For more information
PTA Scholarship link
January Calendar for High School Students
End of Term 1
January 23 - Last day of term 1 classes
January 24 - January 27 - Regents week
updated**January 30 - Last day of the Fall semester** updated
January 31 - Spring semester begins
February 1 - Report cards distribution for grades 9 - 12
Interested in taking FREE college courses during the Spring semester 2023?
Current 11th and 12th grade students are invited to apply
to College Now through CSI
For information on how to apply:
For information about course offerings:
CUNY offers more than 1,750 top-notch academic programs for degree-seeking students. Undergraduate programs will lead to either an associate or the bachelor’s degree. An associate’s degree requires approximately 60 college credits while a bachelor’s typically requires 120 college credits. Click the links below to search through academic programs offered at the undergraduate colleges of CUNY; programs are listed in alphabetical order by name. Please note, some programs may not be listed, but for complete program listing please see specific CUNY college web sites.
Spring 2023 Course Information
Classes BEGIN January 28, 2023 and END on May 20, 2023. All classes will take place on Saturday mornings.
**MTH 113 will be held IN PERSON on the CSI Campus. Students MUST be vaccinated for COVID-19 to participate and must show proof of vaccination**
ENG 111 — Introduction to College Level Writing – 3 CREDITS
ONLINE - Introduction to college-level writing as a form of inquiry, knowledge-making, personal and public expression, and intellectual contribution. Students read and write in a variety of genres and traditions, while considering different kinds of evidence and ways of providing support for their ideas. Includes attention to the evaluation of sources and their ethical use. Employs a rhetorically attentive process approach to writing to support students as they identify and practice strategies for developing ideas (inventing), drafting, revising, editing, and proofreading their work.
MTH 113 — Introduction to Probability and Statistics – 4 CREDITS
**IN-PERSON, COVID-19 VACCINATION REQUIRED** Measures of central tendency and dispersion, the normal curve, hypothesis testing. Linear correlation and regression, basic concepts in probability with application to problems in the social, behavioral, physical, and biological sciences. Statistical computer programs will be used extensively.
PSY 100 — Psychology – 3 CREDITS
ONLINE - A study of the important facts and theories concerning human behavior and its motivation. Included will be research methodology; at least three topics from learning, cognition, testing, physiology, and phenomenology; and at least three topics from personality, psychopathology, emotion and motivation, history and systems, development, and social factors. Topics will be related to major trends in recent cultural history and to current social and moral issues.
POL 222 — The American Legal System – 4 CREDITS
ONLINE - The role of law and the courts in U.S. society and the historical background and philosophical principles upon which the U.S. legal system is based. Examination of the powers and workings of courts, how judges and lawyers act, and how U.S. citizens are affected by the legal system.
SOC 100 — SOCIOLOGY – 3 CREDITS
ONLINE - An introduction to sociological approaches used to study human societies. The course explores the interaction between the individuals, groups and societies; the development and role of social institutions such as health care, education, criminal justice, the economy and the family; the causes and consequences of social inequalities, as structured by factors like social class, race, gender and sexuality.
Class of 2023
Parents can contact Ms. Carrara email@example.com or Mr Hurley firstname.lastname@example.org if you have not taken your senior picture
Student Activities, Clubs and Teams
Petrides has a wonderful number of clubs, teams and activities available to our students. Students that are involved in a club, activity or team will not only be able to have the opportunity to pursue their interests but also to make friends and have fun. It is also proven that students who are involved in extracurricular activities have higher grades, fewer discipline problems and are more likely to get into the college of their choice. If you do not see the club, activity or team that you are interested in on the chart below, you are welcome to start the club. Students can see Mr. J. Cucuzza or Ms. Krusi in room B130 for information about any of the clubs, teams or activities or about starting a new club. Go Panthers!!!
Students can see Mr. Lyman, our Athletic Director or the coach of each sport for specifics about a PSAL team
High School Staff Directory
All high school teachers can be reached via email
Check out our new 2022 - 2023 directory
High school staff directory
From the College Office
Keep an eye on our Career & College Office page for
upcoming events, spotlight colleges and other important information
Back to School Informational
Student Contract 22-23
Military Recruiters & Higher Education opt out
High School Class Schedule
Family Income Inquiry Form
Some forms can be completed using our Google Form links.
Student Behavior Contract Google Form https://forms.gle/eemgGa6bX6V4fCQC6
Emergency Contact Informatation https://forms.gle/A1qNu4kH7kQMpaNA6
On June 30, all New York City Schools stopped using Pupil Path. Parents/guardians can view the progress of their children through their NYC Schools Account. The NYC Schools Account will have report cards, Regents scores and transcripts.
In order to access the part of the NYC Schools Account with student information, parents/guardians need an access code. Parents/guardians can email Mr. Doctor directly with their child's name at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If a parent/guardian already has access, but has forgotten their password, they can also email Mr. Doctor. A link to the website for registering for a NYC Schools Account is attached.
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GUARDIAN GUIDE TO GOOGLE CLASSROOM
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Parents should contact Mr. Doctor for MYSchools and NYCSA account information. email@example.com
Student should see Mr. Doctor in room B107
Students that lost or need a new Metro card
See Ms. Carbone in D109
For instant information about the MTA bus schedule, check out the MyMTA App
National Student Clearinghouse - Notice & Opt Out Form
According to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), a federal law, the New York City Department of Education (NYC DOE) cannot give out any information that identifies a student without consent. Certain information, however, is called “directory information” and may be shared in some cases. The NYC DOE shares “directory information” with the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC).
The directory information to be shared consists of the names and birth dates of students who started 9th grade in 2020-21, in addition to all students who attended DOE high schools from 2002-2020. The NSC has data on where students go to college and what types of degrees they receive from more than 3,600 colleges and universities. The NSC uses directory information from the NYC DOE to identify former NYC DOE students and to give information to the NYC DOE about where these students went to college, when they went to college, their graduation dates, and what types of degrees they received. The NYC DOE uses this information to help understand and improve students’ college readiness and success.
For more information: National Clearing House Informational
To opt out complete the Google Form Opt Out Form
For more information about the high school admission process
DOE high school admissions
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