On January 11, 2019, NYC public schools across the five boroughs will celebrate College Awareness Day, the DOE's fourth annual celebration of college attendance. Join the celebration by wearing apparel from your favorite colleges throughout the day!
In celebration of Financial Aid Awareness Month, we asked high school seniors across the City to tell us a little about what applying to college has been like for them this year. Check out what they told us!
Earlier this year, we stopped by one of our 3-K classrooms at P.S. 1 in the Bronx to see how some of NYC's youngest students were settling into first-ever school year. Now with the 2017–18 school year coming to an end, we returned to P.S. 1 one last time to witness their graduation into pre-k!
RSVP for one of our three remaining School Diversity Advisory Group Town Hall meetings between now and June 21, and help make NYC schools more inclusive for all students by adding your voice to the discussion!
Confirma tu asistencia a una de nuestras restantes Asambleas Públicas del Grupo Asesor de Diversidad en las Escuelas, entre hoy y el 21 de junio. Al participar en esta importante conversación, ayudarás a que nuestras escuelas sean más inclusivas para todos los estudiantes.
RSVP for one of our four remaining School Diversity Advisory Group Town Hall meetings between now and June 21, and help make NYC schools more inclusive for all students by adding your voice to the discussion!
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