Month: January 2018

Ready for Pre-K Admissions?

Have a child born in 2014?Then mark your calendars: NYC’s admissions process for free, full day pre-kindergarten begins on Monday, February 5!

NYC is Ready for College

The DOE’s third annual College Awareness Day was a huge success! See how NYC students and educators celebrated the importance of going to college throughout the City’s daylong celebration on January 11.

All the Way Up

Record-high 61,800 NYC H.S. juniors took the SAT in 2017, a 51 percent increase from 2016.

Deadline Extended for Kindergarten Admissions

Applying for kindergarten on behalf of a child for fall 2018? The DOE has just extended its deadline to Friday, January 19!

Checking in on CS for All

Thanks to the Computer Science for All initiative, more City schools than ever are ready to prepare today’s students for tomorrow’s needs.

Time to Show the Write Stuff

NYC high school students, aged 15 – 20, can apply for a spring 2018 internship at YCteen magazine!

Celebrate College Awareness Day on January 11

Join the celebration by wearing apparel from your favorite/former college throughout the day, and tag us at #CollegeAwarenessDay!

State of the Arts

The DOE released its annual Arts in Schools Report for the 2016–17 school year.

The Blueprint for a Summer Internship

The NYC Department of Design and Construction is looking for 30 talented NYC high school students for its six-week High School Summer Internship Program later this year.

A Story of Renewal: August Martin H.S.

August Martin High School in Queens is yet another successful example of what is possible through the DOE’s Renewal School Program.