On Tuesday, May 1, NYC public schools will celebrate College Decision Day. Follow along on social media as students, parents, and schools honor NYC’s college-bound high school seniors!
See what’s ahead for NYC public schools in May 2018. Highlights this month include New York State’s Math Exams (Grades 3–8) and Memorial Day.
City families who applied for kindergarten and received offer letters earlier this year have until Friday, April 27 to pre-register for fall 2018 seats!
Money will be invested into schools’ Fair Student Funding, which is used to hire staff members, purchase educational resources, and support student and family activities.
Fresh off of winning this year’s City and State chess titles, Brooklyn’s Edward R. Murrow High School is ready to compete for their ninth national title at the 2018 National High School Chess Championship.
If you missed the City’s Pre-K Admissions deadline back in March, you may still submit a Late Registration form until Wednesday, May 2!
On April 24, all NYC public high schools will be providing the SAT to their juniors, free of charge.
In his ongoing Listening Tour, Chancellor Richard Carranza met with high school students in Brooklyn and answered questions about diversity, safety, and more.
April is National Poetry Month. Celebrate the beauty and power of poetry throughout the rest of the year with our handy list of suggested titles for readers of all ages!
Don’t miss your opportunity to voice your thoughts about NYC’s public schools! Submit your 2018 NYC School Survey online by this Friday, April 20!