October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Join New Yorkers across the five boroughs in the fight against partner violence by wearing purple on October 24!
NYC families can see how their children performed on last spring’s State exams by looking up their test scores on the NYC Schools Account web application.
p.s. alumni asked 18 inspirational NYC alums for advice on behalf of the City’s newest high school graduates. See what they said, and share your own thoughts with the Class of 2018!
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!
This summer, all families of children enrolled in 3-K and Pre-K programs will receive three free books, and all NYC families will have free access to a digital library of over 6,000 titles.
RSVP for this school year’s last remaining School Diversity Advisory Group Town Hall meeting on June 21, and help make NYC schools more inclusive for all students!
College Decision Day was a tremendous success! See how high schools across the five boroughs celebrated the Class of 2018!
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!
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.
On April 24, all NYC public high schools will be providing the SAT to their juniors, free of charge.