It’s time to learn where your middle school-bound child is attending school next fall!
If your family participated in 2022 NYC middle school admissions earlier this school year, we are happy to report that your child’s middle school offer is now available!
Visit MySchools to view your child’s offer letter— it will include basic information about their program offer, as well as a listing of any schools where your child has been automatically waitlisted, if applicable. If you did not opt for paperless messaging, a printed copy of your child’s offer letter will be mailed to their home address in a few weeks.
There is nothing you need to do to accept your child’s middle school offer.
There are two ways that your child can be on programs’ waitlists:
Automatically, before waitlists open
If your child did not receive an offer for their first-choice program, they are automatically placed onto the waitlist for any program listed higher on their middle school application than the program listed in your child’s offer letter.
Optionally—added directly by parents/guardians while waitlists are open
If you would still like your child to be considered for admission to another program, you can have them waitlisted through MySchools. If a school can make your child a waitlist offer, they will contact you directly—you would have one week to accept or decline this new offer.
Want to Learn More?
Visit our official Middle Schools page to learn more about this year’s middle school admissions process, including offers and waitlists.
Don’t have a MySchools account and want to view your offer now? Speak with staff members at your current school, or stop by a Family Welcome Center.
New to NYC public schools and need to place your child in a middle school today? Check out our official New Students page for more information!
On behalf of the NYC Department of Education, we congratulate all of our incoming middle school families on their program offers, and we wish your children a smooth transition into their new schools next fall!
Banner photo by Julia M. Cameron. Used under Creative Commons license. Original can be found on Pexels.
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