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PARTNER SCHOOLS

 

BROOKLYN

1600 Avenue L
Brooklyn, NY 11230-4419
(718) 258-9283

EDWARD R. MURROW

Our Mission: To provide a standards-based educational program using a continuum of services in a diverse, inclusive and collaborative school community in which students assume responsibility for their individual and group behavior and are given the opportunity to develop and actualize their unique talents needed for successful entrance into college, employment and productive citizenship.

911 FLATBUSH AVENUE
BROOKLYN, NY 11226
(718) 564-2470

HIGH SCHOOL FOR YOUTH AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AT ERASMUS HALL

 

BRONX

1980 Lafeyette Ave
Bronx, NY 10473

BRONX GUILD HIGH SCHOOL

We are a community of learners where everyone is engaged in meaningful work. Our unique approach to capturing the energy and interests of young people through apprenticeship in the adult world promotes learning through productive action. Our attention to a culture of community, quality and caring ensures the safe environment necessary for growth to take place.

 

MANHATTAN

350 Grand Street, 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10002
(212)505-0745

ACADEMY OF GOVERNMENT AND LAW

Founded in 2005, The UA Academy of Government and Law prepares students from diverse backgrounds and academic abilities to be lifelong learners.  AGL meets students’ academic, social and emotional needs with a rigorous curriculum and enriching extra-curricular opportunities.  As a government and law-themed school, AGL provides students with the skills to be ready for college, encourages civic engagement and develops leaders in the community.

16 Clarkson St
New York, NY 10014
(212) 337-6800

CITY AS SCHOOL

City-As-School High School is the nation’s leading external learning or experiential learning model for high school students. Founded as an independent alternative high school in 1972, City-As-School’s primary objective is to offer students a multitude of Learning Experiences that encompass the depth and breadth of New York City’s businesses or resources. The program has been continuously evolving, putting students in the field–primarily students at risk of dropping out–and revitalizing their interest in their own lives, in their education and in the society around them. City-As-School students are 11th and 12th grade transfer students (entering CAS with a minimum of 20 credits), and come from any of the public, private or parochial schools within the five boroughs. City-As-School maintains three campuses, located in Manhattan, Brooklyn and the Bronx.

City-As-School offers a rigorous program that sets high expectations both for students and the professionals in the community who work with them. We utilize the facilities of over 500 New York City businesses at which students participate in professional activities. These Educational Resources, along with classroom learning, form the basis of learning in math, history, English, science and other academic areas. All student learning experiences are designed to provide background information and skill acquisition through the attainment of practical knowledge.

60 MacDougal Street
New York, NY 10012-2920
(212)477-1297

COOKE CENTER ACADEMY

From the day they enter as freshmen, students at the Cooke Center Academy (CCA) begin preparing for an independent future after high school. Experience outside the classroom is vital to achieving our vision.

In addition to individualized, standards-based academics, our students learn life skills and gain on-the-job-training in some of New York City's most prestigious offices and institutions. And teenagers will be happy to learn that the Academy provides a typical high school life for students 14 to 21, complete with arts, athletics and school dances.

220 Henry Street
New York, NY 10002
(212) 406-9411

HENRY STREET SCHOOL FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDIES

The Henry Street School for International Studies community is committed to creating an inclusive environment where students are full partners in learning literacy and problem solving skills to succeed in higher education. We will engage in world issues, languages and cultures to participate as ethical, responsible, local and global citizens.

100 Hester Street
New York, NY 10002
(212) 219-1204

MS 131

Dr. Sun Yat Sen Middle School 131 is dedicated to establishing a school community, all of whose members learn and teach in a spirit of collaboration and cooperation. We celebrate the richness of our diverse population, and strive to nurture self-respect and respect for others. Our school seeks to involve our students, parents, and staff in active and productive learning to ensure that all members develop the capacity for clear and creative thought. It is our responsibility to foster links in the chain from the past to the present, so that we may successfully shape the future.

333 West 17th Street
New York, NY 10011
(212)691-6119

NYC LAB SCHOOL

Inspired by the power of collaboration, the Lab School challenges students to soar intellectually and to act bravely in our complex world community.

 

QUEENS

 

QUEENS SATELLITE SCHOOL

 

RHODE ISLAND

15 High Street
PO Box 1890
Block Island RI 02807
401-466-5600

THE BLOCK ISLAND SCHOOL

Students at the K-12 Block Island School receive a very personalized education and a lot of individual attention from teachers. Students also develop life-long relationships with their peers and with the dedicated faculty of the school. Living on an eleven-square-mile island located about thirteen miles off the coast of mainland Rhode Island; students are given some different opportunities from those provided at mainland schools.