See what's ahead for NYC public schools in March 2020. Highlights include Parent Teacher Conferences, SAT School Day, the deadline for Pre-K Admissions, and NY State ELA exams for students in grades 3–5.
On Wednesday, March 4, high school juniors and seniors across the City will take the PSAT and SAT, free of charge. Learn more about SAT School Day, including how to prepare for these critical college entrance exams!
See what's ahead for NYC public schools in January 2020. Highlights include Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, the last day to submit applications for kindergarten admissions in fall 2020, and New York State's January 2020 Regents Examinations.
See what's ahead for New York City public schools in December 2019. Highlights this month include the last day to submit 2019–20 applications for NYC's middle and high schools, Computer Science Education Week, and Winter Recess.
To better accommodate families' needs during the 2019 holiday season, New York City public schools will now be closed for Winter Recess beginning on Monday, December 23, 2019. Schools will reopen on Thursday, January 2, 2020.
Check out the DOE's official School Calendar for October 2019. Highlights include Yom Kippur, Columbus Day, College Application Week, and the start of the DOE's middle and high school admissions processes.
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