See what's ahead for New York City's public schools in January 2019. Highlights this month include College Awareness Day, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, New York State Regents Exams, and the last day to submit applications for Kindergarten admissions.
The DOE's new virtual school tours allow NYC families to explore select middle and high schools from any internet-capable smartphone or computer. Learn more about this pilot program, and let us know what you think about our tours!
Middle school students and their families are invited to learn more about NYC's Career and Technical Education (CTE) high schools at the DOE's annual CTE High School Fair on Saturday, October 27, 2018!
NYC high school students who want to learn more about careers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) are invited to join us for the DOE's 7th Annual STEM Matters NYC Career Day. Register by Friday, October 19!
Planning to apply for NYC's middle schools (grades 6–8) later this school year? Stop by any of our Middle School Fairs throughout October to learn more about the middle school admissions process in your district!
See what's ahead for NYC's public schools in October 2018. Highlights include Columbus Day, the Specialized High Schools Admissions Test, and admissions fairs for the City's elementary, middle, and high schools.
NYC's public schools are hosting their first set of Parent Teacher Conferences in September 2018. Check out September's conference schedule, and consider some of our conference tips and sample questions to make the most out of this month's conferences!
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