OPEN HOUSE AND SCHOOL TOURS (Middle School & High School Information (scroll down))

MIDDLE SCHOOL

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6th GRADE ARTICULATION (Programs K497S & K497M)

We are currently working on our open house and school tour schedule for the Fall of 2017.  Please check back regularly to sign up, as seats will fill up quickly. 

For Incoming 6th Grade Applicants

Middle School Open House Sign-Up (stay tuned for information on an additional open house)

Middle School Tours (You may only attend one tour)

Middle School Information Packet (to be presented at our Open House & tours).

**Note, attending  our open house or tour is not required for consideration to apply to our school.

New York City Department Of Education Middle School Page

District 15 Middle School Directory

French Immersion Schedule (2017-2018)

Middle School After School Schedule (2017-2018)

IB and the Common Core Standards

MYP Brochure (Middle Years Programme, Grades 6-10, of the IB)

FAQ About MYP (Middle Years Programme, Grades 6-10, of the IB)

FRENCH EXCHANGE PROGRAM (2017): Our kids travel to France

 

 

HIGH SCHOOL ARTICULATION

(Programs: K21A & K21B)

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HIGH SCHOOL OPEN HOUSE DATES (Choose one only)

CURRICULUM NIGHT PRESENTATION ON HIGH SCHOOL ADMISSIONS

HIGH SCHOOL INFORMATION PACKET (shown at open house and tours)

HIGH SCHOOL TOUR DATES 

New York City Department of Education High School Page

High School After School Schedule 

DP Brochure  (Diploma Programme, Grades 11-12, of the IB)

FAQs about the DP? (Diploma Programme, Grades 11-12, of the IB)

IB Credentials and what it means for colleges and universities

FAQ: DP Math Curriculum Review

 

General School Resources

What is an IB education?

IB Learner Profile

IB Historical Timeline

“THE SEAL OF EXCELLENCE IN FRENCH BILINGUAL EDUCATION”

Middle School Packet (will be posted by October 6th, 2017)

High School Packet (for Open house and Tours)

PRESS/MEDIA KIT

COLLABORATIONS AND PARTNERSHIPS

DOE Methodology in matching 8th grade applicants and High School Option;                            “How the Game Theory Helped Improve New York City’s High School Admission Process”,              -New York Times, December 5, 2014