In total, 214 NYC high schools will participate in the DOE’s College Access for All program in 2017–18.
Throughout June, NYC’s high school seniors used the social media tag, #Celebrate17, to highlight their success from the past school year. Take a look at some of the best stories we received throughout the month-long campaign!
As the DOE seeks to increase the number of NYC students who attend and graduate college, City parent coordinators are leading the way by getting families involved at the middle school level.
For the first time ever, all of NYC’s high school juniors will be able to take the SAT for FREE on April 5.
City’s AP for All initiative increases the number of NYC students taking and passing at least one Advanced Placement exam to records levels; largest gains among Black and Latino students.
City announces partnership with the Gray Foundation and NYC Kids RISE to provide kindergartners in District 30 with universal scholarship accounts beginning fall 2017.