Educational Excellence for the 21stCentury
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
2021 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. For more information Student Survey Letter or Parent Survey Letter
How to take the 2020-21 NYC School Survey
- Visit NYC DOE School Survey or use QR code
- 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
- Students will enter their nine-digit Student Identification (OSIS) Number to access the survey.
Your child’s OSIS number can be found on their report card, student ID card, Pupilpath account, in the family's NYCSA account or you can call our main office (718) 815-0186
For additional information about the school survey, please visit https://www.schools.nyc.gov/about-us/reports/school-quality/nyc-school-survey
As a reminder the 2021 NYC School Survey administration window is May 10 to June 11.
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN TAKING A COLLEGE NOW CLASS NEXT FALL?
The College of Staten Island is offering three-credit courses in:
For next year Juniors and Seniors there are courses available in
Economics (ECO 101)
Personal Finance Management (FNC 111)
Psychology (PSY 100)
Sociology (SOC 100)
AND…Orchestra (a one credit course for next year Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors)
For more information
All student and parent questions can be answered through the CSI College Now office email: firstname.lastname@example.org
High School student Interested in returning to Blended Learning
Please contact Mr. Tabbitas
All returning students must have parental consent to be covid tested
For more information on Covid Testing
Taking the Advanced Placement Exam in 2021
Check out our informational presentation
Advanced Placement Exam Presentation
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.
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
The Michael J Petrides School PTA
is proud to offer its annual scholarship to our
All entries must be submitted to Mrs. Dennison by 10:00AM on Monday March 1st, 2021
is thrilled to share this exciting time of your life with you. Your senior year is special, something to always remember, and this year that couldn't be more true! Your class ring will become a valuable heirloom that has belonged to a family member for generations! Please view the videos to see all the beautiful jewelry designs we offer as well as the Senior Class of 2021 apparel and other products.
Visit Jostens for more information
Community Service oppotunities
Check out our virtual open house
For more information about the high school admission process
DOE high school admissions
From the College Office
If you have questions regarding Naviance codes and setting up accounts for the College application
Plesae email Ms. Dennison or Mr. Olah
Additional information can be found on the Common App website
Attention: Parents of Seniors
All seniors were given a booklet entitled, “How to Apply to College.” Material from this wonderful resources can be found Here.
You should NOW be applying for financial aid by submitting your FAFSA: FAFSA.com
You will need your 2018 tax information. You must also apply for TAP (Tuition Assistance Program). There is a TAP link at the bottom of FAFSA. FAFSA is necessary for SEEK financial aid with CUNY, EOP with SUNY, and Excelsior with NY State.
In order to receive fee waivers for college applications your child must be on the federal lunch list. To apply visit My SchoolApps
Student’s must send their SAT scores to the colleges through their College Board account.
Please email Ms. Dennison, CDennis@schools.nyc.gov or Mr. Olah, DOlah@schools.nyc.gov if you have any questions.
Important Information for Remote Learners
All remote students will have synchronous and asynchronous.
Teachers of all subjects will provide rigorous learning materials on Google Class utilizing asynchronous instruction. To be successful students must engage and complete all class assignments. Teachers will have assignments that will be due daily, while other assignments or projects will have completion dates at later times.
High school teachers will create Google Meet codes and share the codes with their students through the students Petrides Gmail account. The time of each Google Meet will fluctuate as some HS teachers and students have multiple classes in the same subject. Students should feel comfortable emailing their teachers if there is any confusion of the Google Meet code or the time of the Meet.
To request a remote learning device from the NYC Dept of Education
METRO CARDS WILL BE DISTRIBUTED TO OUR REMOTE LEARNERS
Program Inquries and Request for Program Changes
All High School Classes can be accessed remotely using Google classroom
All High School teachers can be reached using Pupilpath
Community Service and Civil Service Oppotunities links
Free - Online Tutoring
with Khan Academy
Parents should contact Mr. Doctor for Pupil Path information. email@example.com
Parents of HS Seniors planning on attending a CUNY
Students planning on planning on attending a CUNY in September and are not considered college ready must improve their Regents scores or pass a CUNY ACCUPLACER.
WHAT ARE CUNY’S COLLEGE READINESS REQUIREMENTS?
Students can demonstrate that they meet the University’s college readiness requirements based on their SAT, ACT, or NY State Regents test scores:
Reading And Writing
Students may meet the college readiness requirement in reading and writing by documenting any one of the following:
- SAT I Verbal score of 480 or higher or SAT Critical Reading score of 480 or higher or SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing (EBRW) section score of 480 or higher
- ACT English score of 20 or higher
- NY State English Regents score of 75 or higherStudents may meet the college readiness requirement in mathematics by documenting any one of the following:
- SAT Math score of 500 or higher
- SAT Math Section (exam date March 2016 and thereafter), score of 530 or higher
- ACT Math score of 21 or higher
- NY State Regents:
- Common Core Regents: Score of 70 or higher in Algebra I or a score of 70 or higher in Geometry or a score of 65 or higher in Algebra 2.
- Score of 80 or higher in Integrated Algebra or Geometry or Algebra 2/Trigonometry AND successful completion of the Algebra 2/Trigonometry or higher-level course.
- Score of 75 or higher in one of the following:
- Math A or Math B
- Sequential II or Sequential III If you have any questions regarding your child high school transcript or if they are considered college ready, please contact Ms. Dennison, Ms. Troost or Mr. Tabbitas at 718-815-0186.
- For more information, check out the following websites
9th Grade Summer Assignment
10th Grade Summer Assignment
11th Grade Summer Assignment
12th Grade Summer Assignment
AP Stats Summer Assignment
Welcome Class of 2024
If you were unable to attend or would like to rewatch
For more information about our electives
2020 - 2021 Course Offerings
For more information about our Advanced Placement Courses
AP Video Chat