Welcome to O'Neill! To enroll your son/daughter, please click HERE to access our registration page. You may click on the links below for more information about our school:
Student 2 Student Ambassador Program (S2S):
As with anything new, moving can be a challenging experience. To ease this transition, we strongly encourage you to participate in our Student Ambassador Program.
Once enrolled, you will be contacted by a student sponsor currently attending O'Neill, who will help support you in this transition. Your Ambassador will work closely with you and your School Counselor. He or she will assist you with touring the school building and opening your locker, eating lunch with you, and introducing you to new friends and opportunities at O'Neill. Most importantly, you can connect with someone before you start at O'Neill.
In order to make a good match, we ask that you complete the Sponsor Request Form HERE. You will be contacted by your Student Ambassador shortly afterward. If you have any questions about this program, please contact Mrs. Milano, School Counselor and S2S Advisor, at email@example.com or 845-446-4914 x2600.
If your son/daughter is transferring from O'Neill during the school year, please have him/her stop by the Guidance Office to pick up the official withdrawal form, or you may print it HERE. The form must be signed by you (parent/guardian) and filled out by teachers, the librarian, the Main Office and your son/daughter's Guidance Counselor. The form must be returned to the Guidance Office once it has been completely filled out.
Students transferring during the summer do not need to fill out the withdrawal form.
Once you enroll your son/daughter at his/her new school, please have that school request records from Ms. Henricksen (fax: 845-446-2138). All official records will be faxed and mailed directly to your child's new school.
If you are transferring during the summer, please keep in mind that O'Neill does not finish school until the end of June, so student transcripts will not be ready until mid-July. Any record requests will be held until transcripts have been prepared.
For Military Families:
The Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children:
In 2014, the State of New York adopted the Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children (the Compact) into law. The Compact addresses the challenges facing military children as a result of their frequent relocations. It establishes a framework for uniform treatment of military children as they transfer between school districts and states. The compact outlines the requirements that school districts must adhere to when enrolling and educating children of active duty military personnel.
Click HERE for more information on the Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children
Frequently Asked Questions on the Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children
Sample template provided to support the transition of military children into New York State Schools with the Attestation Letter needed. To gain access to the interactive links on this form, please go to this link here and click on the "Sample Template: Exam Equivalent Attestation Letter for Out of State Principals."
School Support Services provides Army school-aged youth with educational opportunities, resources and information necessary to achieve academic success. A branch of Child & Youth Services (CYS), School Support Services features School Liaison Officers (SLOs), who help schools, installations and Families work together for student achievement.
Visit the website to learn more: https://westpoint.armymwr.com/
School Liaison Officer
Installation Management Command
FMWR, Child & Youth Services Division
681 Hardee Place
West Point, NY 10996