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Abraham Lincoln High School
2800 Ocean Parkway
Brooklyn, New York 11235
(718) 333-7400
Mr. Ari Hoogenboom, Principal
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For seven decades, Abraham Lincoln High School has provided Brooklyn students with a challenging, safe environment. Our diversity of 60 nationalities, 28 languages, and our wonderful blend of ethnicity, makes Lincoln a stimulating school in which students flourish. Last year, our students were awarded $4.6 million in scholarships: 84% of the graduates attend post-secondary schools. Students enjoy a rigorous core curriculum with Advance Placement courses in nearly every discipline. Tutoring is also available for students in need. The caring environment enables the good student to excel and all students to reach their full potential. In addition, we also offer a wonderful program for student life. Lincoln is now organized into small learning communities, where all students enter into the Ninth Grade Academy, where a strong foundation for high school expectations is stressed. Students then enter an upper academy for grades 10 - 12. The academies are Math Science, Business - Humanities and Fine Arts and Sports and Fitness. All students are given the opportunity to excel in required coursework and them-based electives.

Faculty & Staff
Program Coordinator:
TBD
Counselor: Ms. Katsyf
Instructors:
BSS: Mr. Fanning

POL 63: Mr. Ramos

SCI: Ms. Fanning
MATH: Ms. Kwapich, Mr. Scott
SD: Ms. Schoenfeld

FC GEN: Ms. Maaliki

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Brooklyn Studio School
8310 21st Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11214
(718) 266-5032
Ms. Andrea Ciliotta, Principal
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Our mission is to create an interdependent learning community where all students regardless of race, ethnicity or disability become strategic learners, capable of creatively and effectively processing information. The combined efforts of parents, teachers, students and the community at large will enhance students' ability to "learn how to learn." This will allow them to become active learners and performers after they leave school, capable of dealing with this new knowledge as it emerges and encourages them to mature into active citizens and leaders who respect and celebrate diversity and individuality within their community.

Faculty & Staff
Program Coordinator:
Ms. Pena
Instructors:
BSS:
Ms. Vershleiser

ENG: TBD
SD:
Ms. Pena

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Channel View High School
100-00 Beach Channel Drive
Queens, NY 11694
(718) 634-1970
Ms. Patricia Tubridy, Principal
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All Channel View for Research students will graduate as well-educated, involved citizens who have a love for learning that will enable them to embrace their future with confidence, community, acceptance and competence. Every member of our community seeks to enhance their instructional practice, create meaningful learning experiences for our students, and foster an excitement for learning. Channel View's curriculum is designed so that students take ownership and responsibility for their learning through inquiry into a broad spectrum of educational strategies emphasing hands-on discovery and interdisciplinary project-based learning experiences.

Faculty & Staff
Program Coordinator:
Ms. Banno
Instructors:

HUM: Mr. DeCelestino

MATH: TBD
ENG BW/W: Mr. Kennedy
SD: Ms. Walters

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Clara Barton High School
901 Classon Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11225
(718) 636-4900
Dr. Richard Forman, Principal
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Clara Barton High School for Health Professions, located in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn, is a comprehensive high school servicing students from all five boroughs of the City of New York. We are the City's magnet high school for health professions. Clara Barton's programs include: Gateway Institute for Pre-College Education, Licensed Practical Nursing, Medical Assistant, Health Information Management, Dental Assistant, Dental Laboratory Technician, Vision Technology, Bilingual/Haitian Creole Health Professions, Arthur Ashe Institute Health Service Academy, Virtual Enterprise, Cooperative Education, Conflict Resolution and Peer Mediation. Many of our programs offer internships during school hours at local hospitals, clinics, and labs.

Faculty & Staff
Program Coodinator:
Mr. Holgate
Counselor: Mr. Mirer
Instructors:
BA: Ms. Jones
ENG BW/W: Ms. Daniels

MATH: Mr. Lawrence
SD: Mr. Mirer

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Cultural Academy for the Arts & Sciences
5800 Tilden Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11203
(718) 968-6630
Ms. Diane Varano
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Faculty & Staff
Program Coodinator: Ms. Ferrante
COM: Mr. Winn
ENG BW/W: Ms. Jean-Baptiste
SD: Mr. Tanzer

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Curtis High School
105 Hamilton Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10302
(718) 390-1800
Ms. Aurelia Curtis, Principal
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Faculty & Staff
Program Coordinator:
Ms. Rombley
Counselor:
Ms. Caruso
Instructors:
BSS:
Mr. Barrett
COM: Ms. Russo-Murphy
SD: Ms. Caruso, Ms. Marin

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Edward R. Murrow High School
1600 Avenue L
Brooklyn, NY 11230
(718) 258-9283
Mr. Allen Barge, Principal
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Edward R. Murrow High School is based on the belief that students learn best in an environment of freedom and involvment. All students are given college preparatory programs and are encouraged to surpass minimum diploma requirements. Over 50% of recent graduating classes received Regents Endorsed diplomas. Special programs exist in Theatre, Music, Art, Dance, Science and Advanced Placement. The school is organized in four ten-week terms and classes are scheduled with the week, not the day as the repetitive factor. To encourage individual decision making and independent study, students are provided with daily periods of optional time. A letter grading system reports students' progress.

Faculty & Staff
Program Coordinator:
Ms. Siegel-Graf
Counselor: Ms. Salowitz-Allone
Instructors:

BA: Mr. Gherman
BSS: Ms. Baldini
POL: Mr. Kivney
SD: Ms. Schneider

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Food & Finance High School
525 West 50th Street
New York, NY 10019
(212) 586-2943
Mr. Roger E. Turgeon, Principal
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Food & Finance High School offers an academically rigorous career and technical education (CTE) that focuses on culinary arts and finance as it relates to the industry where students will develop critical thinking skills. The school is designed to serve a diverse population who will meet academic and industry standards. Our mission is to further enable all of our students to become self directed life-long learners who use their minds well and are caring, reflective and thoughtful adults. We will use food and finance as the integrating force for teaching and learning for a sustainable future.

Faculty & Staff
Program Coordinator:
Ms. Mates
Instructors:
TAH: Mr. Berning

ENG: Mr. Corkill

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Fort Hamilton High School
8301 Shore Road
Brooklyn, NY 11209
(718) 748-1537
Mr. Houlihan, Principal
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Fort Hamilton High School, located in a campus-like setting facing the Narrows in Brooklyn, is a New York City public high school founded in 1941 and is certified by the Board of Regents of the State of New York. It is a neighborhood zoned high school serving the Bay Ridge/Sunset Park/Dyker Heights communities with some students attending from throughout the borough. These students either have been selected for our Computer Science Program or have been assigned by the Department of Education. Our enrollment is 4,300+ students. We are a multi-ethnic, multi-cultural school representing sixty-four different countries. Ninety (90) percent of our graduating seniors go on to higher education, with approximately sixty (60) percent attending four-year college. We have an active chapter of the National Honor Society. Fort Hamilton High School has a full-time pedagogical staff of over 200, the majority of whom have advanced degrees. There are many experts in specialized fields, and a number of teachers have published in their subject areas and in education journals.

Faculty & Staff
Program Coordinator:
Ms. Guerriera-Mancini
Counselor: Ms. DiCunto
Instructors:
BA: Ms. Alfredo
BSS: Mr. Abood

COM: Mr. Nelson

POL: Mr. Kaminsky

SCI: Mr. Christakos
ENG BW:W: Ms. Papantoniou
ESL BW: TBD
MATH: Ms. Bossak

SD: Ms. DiCunto

FC GEN: Mr. Randazzo

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Franklin D. Roosevelt High School
5800 20th Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11204
(718) 621-8800
Mr. Steven DeMarco, Principal
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Opened in 1965, FDR is a comprehensive academic high school located in the Boro Park section of Brooklyn. Our students represent over 75 countries. We have Bilingual programs in Chinese, Russian and Spanish. We are committed to providing a quality education for all students. Over 90% of our graduates continue their education, many attending some of the most highly selective colleges in the country and earning over 5 million dollars in scholarship money during the 2001-2002 school year. FDR students also have an opportunity to participate in a vast array of organizations, clubs and sports activities. Over 200 juniors and seniors are enrolled in our College Now program each year. We offer college credit courses in Business Administration, Science, Sociology, Humanities and Computer Science as well as non-credit courses in writing and mathematics.

Faculty & Staff
Program Coordinator:
Mr. Timmins
Counselor: Mr. Gottlieb
Instructors:
BA: Ms. Agard
BSS: Mr. Gallis

COM: Mr. Meyers

HUM: Ms. Reagan

POL: Mr. Asaro

SCI: Mr. Foder
ENG BW/W: Ms. Leyow
ESL BW: Ms. Green, Mr. Suliman
SD: Mr. Timmins

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High School of Hospitality Management
525 West 50th Street
New York, NY 10019
(212) 586-0963
Mr. Matthew Corallo, Principal
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At the High School of Hospitality Management, the rigorous dual focused program begins in freshman year (9th grade) where students earn 2 credits in the core Hospitality Management program.Innovative Presentation and organizing for effort and purpose are consistent throughout the four year experience. It will be clearly evident that our students are not just seen as learners in the traditional sense, but problem solvers and professionals in training.

Faculty & Staff
Program Coordinator:
Ms. Drouillard

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International High School
2630 Benson Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11214
(718) 345-0854
Mr. John Harriman, Principal
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International High School's mission is to guide new learners of English through development of the linguistic, intellectual, cultural and collaborative skills necessary for academic, professional, and personal success. This is achieved through a unique set of educational practices as well as through a focus on the arts. Students learn English through their content area classes by working together in heterogenous groups to complete interdisciplinary projects. Language development is further enhanced through student oral presentations and experiential learning opportunities like internships. All students experience a wide array of arts classes in order to foster self-expression, creativity, and language development.

Faculty & Staff
Program Coordinator:Ms. Sultan
Instructors:
BSS:
Mr. Hoffman
ENG BW/W: Ms. Whang
SD: Mr. Schwartz

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It Takes A Village
5800 Tilden Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11203
(718) 629-2307
Ms. Marina Vinitskaya
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Faculty & Staff
Program Coordinator
: Mr. Veneziano

BSS: Ms. Friendman
ENG BW/W:
Mr. Kloppenberg
SD:
Ms. Goodridge

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James Madison High School
3787 Bedford Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11229
(718) 758-7200
Ms. Jodie Cohen, Principal
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James Madison High School, a secondary school of nearly four thousand students, was nominated by the New York State Department of Education as a Blue Ribbon School of Excellence 1999-2000. High academic standards, rigorous curricula, outstanding athletic teams, clubs and an energized faculty and student body define this school. Students, staff and parents work together to save the environment, contribute to community life, provide leadership and promote peace. In order to provide a personal experience in a large high school, Madison is divided into thematic houses, selected by students according to individual interests. Houses include Law Institute, Media Arts House, Bio-Medical Institute, Math Academy, Humanities House, Center for Administration and Management, International House and Madison Alternative Program. Each house has a coordinator, a guidance counselor and a core of teachers who know their students, provide outreach services and develop co-curricular activities.

Faculty & Staff
Program Coordinator:
Ms. Chess
Counselor: Ms. Chernikova
Instructors:
BSS:
Mr. Ciampi
COM: Mr. Melamed
ENG BW/W: Mr. Marino, Ms. Nekrutman
ESL BW: Dr. DiLorenzo-Kearon
POL: Ms. Kovat
SCI: Mr. Dumont
SD: Ms. Chernikova

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John Dewey High School
50 Avenue X
Brooklyn, NY 11223
(718) 373-6400
Ms. Kathleen Elvin, Principal
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John Dewey High School's mission is to offer an alternative form of education. By providing an extended day for academic, cultural and social enrichment, the school empowers students to make decisions regarding their educational experiences, enabling them to grow at their own rate in an atmosphere of innovation and dynamic interchange. We are especially proud of the following: 1)John Dewey High School was designated a "New American High School" by the United States Department of Education as a "showcase site"...one of only seventeen in the United States. 2)We won the Business Week Magazine award for the use of technology throughout the curriculum. 3)The John Dewey High School College and Career Center was selected as the model for all New York City high schools. 4)Our school is the original site for the Academy of Finance and The Council for Unity. 5)We were the first high school to offer a Computer Science Institute and a Publications Institute. 6)Our school is renowned for its Culinary Arts Program, Dance Ensemble and committment to all of the arts. 7)We continue to be one of the top schools in New York in terms of the percentage of students passing Regents examinations. 8)Our College Advisor was named High School College Advisor of the year.

Faculty & Staff
Program Coordinator:
Mr. Siegfried
Counselor: Ms. Clarke
Instructors:
BA:
Mr. Antonucci
ESL BW: Dr. DiLorenz-Coscia
MAT: Mr. Abdalla
SD: Ms. Shikhil

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Kurt Hahn Expeditionary Learning Center
5800 Tilden Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11203
(718) 629-1204
Mr. Matt Brown, Principal
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Faculty & Staff
Program Coordinator:
Mr. Alexander
ENG BW/W:
Mr. Van Dyke

SD: Mr. Alexander

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Leon M. Goldstein High School
1830 Shore Boulevard
Brooklyn, NY 11235
(718) 368-8500
Mr. Scott Hughes, Principal
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The Leon M. Goldstein High School for the Sciences, a comprehensive academic high school located on the campus of Kingsborough Community College, is committed to excellence in education with an emphasis on science and mathematics as well as a comprehensive study of the arts. Students are required to successfully complete the following courses in order to receive a diploma: four years of English; four years of science; four years of social studies; four years of mathematics; three years of foreign language; one year of art and music; three and one-half years of physical education and one-half year of health education. All seniors must enroll in a minimum of five courses that include the CUNY College Now program or the Kingsborough Community College Bridge program.

Faculty & Staff
Program Coordinator:
Ms. Ortiz-Wasilewski
Counselor: Ms. Chiarello
Instructors:
BA: TBD
BSS: Mr. Wainer
HUM: Ms. Sottile
MATH: Ms. Sorrentino, Mr. Dilfanian
POL: Mr. Gwinn

SCI: Ms. Goldberg

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Michael J. Petrides School
715 Ocean Terrace, Bldg B
Staten Island, NY 10301
(718) 815-0186
Ms. Joanne Buckheit, Principal
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The High School at Petrides offers students a rich and rigorous academic program with a strong emphasis on the fine arts and technology. Our program provides a holistic curriculum that embraces the totality of the person, aiming to foster and enhance the overall intellectual, physical, and emotional skills of every student while encouraging each one to be creative, think critically and problem solve. Petrides is a comprehensive high school whose curriculum promotes excellence in all areas. With its vigorous emphasis on college preparatory courses, it challenges its students to their maximum potential including taking and passing Regents examinations in every available discipline. Petrides, in conjunction with the College Board, offers Advanced Placement courses in every academic department. All students are encouraged to challenge themselves with this level of academic achievement as well as to take advantage of the school's participation in Kingsborough Community College's College Now program. Petrides seeks to prepare its graduates to possess a strong sense of self-esteem formed by academic and moral principles. Upon graduation, students are prepared for entry into the most competitive colleges and universities in the nation.

Faculty & Staff
Program Coordinator:
Ms. Skretovic
Instructors:
BSS: Ms. Skretovic
ENG: Mr. Gagliano
SD: Ms. Mazes

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New Dorp High School
465 New Dorp Lane
Staten Island, NY 10306
(718) 667-8686
Ms. Deirdre DeAngelis, Principal
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New Dorp is a comprehensive high school that serves approximately 1,750 students. Our size allows our students to feel a sense of family and belonging within the school. New Dorp has a variety of exciting and challenging programs that prepare students for post secondary school opportunities. In addition to the required academic program, the school offers students the opportunity to participate in specialized areas of concentration. These areas include the Institute for Mathematics and Science, American and Legal Studies, Corporate Center, Media and Telecommunications, Fine Arts, Sports Administration and Future Teachers Academy. New Dorp offers a full range of extracurricular activities.

Faculty & Staff
Program Coordinator:
Ms. Gannon
Counselor: Ms.Gambale-Kubiak
Instructors:
BSS:
Ms. Gambale-Kubiak, Ms. Auriemma
COM: Ms. Cannuci
POL: Mr. Hubbs
SCI: Dr. Spindler
SD: Ms. Coppola, Ms. Katzman

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New Utrecht High School
1601 80th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11214
(718) 232-2500
Ms. Maureen Goldfarb, Principal
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New Utrecht High School was established in 1915 as a school for academic excellence. The New Utrecht vision is based upon our commitment to educate students to their fullest potential. We offer a full academic program designed to meet and exceed new standards. Advanced Placement courses are offered in English, History, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, and Math. In addition, students can gain college credits from Kingsborough Community College through the College Now program. We are particularly proud of the partnerships we have established with parents and the community. Our graduates have excelled in almost every field of activity, such as politics, literature, art, music, law, athletics, medicine, and engineering. They have achieved special distinction in the world of theater, film and television. Our goal is to put the needs of our students first so that every student can enjoy and benefit from a meaningful and quality education. We are proud of our rich tradition of educational excellence and family values as well as our innovative programs in Sports Medicine, A+Computer Repair and Cisco Networking.

Faculty & Staff
Program Coordinator:
Mr. Mihalitsis

Counselor: TBD
Instructors:
BA: Ms. Daskalakis
BSS: Ms. Roina
ENG BW/W: Ms. McElduff
ESL BW: Mr. Pearson
SCI: TBD
SD: Ms. Murillo, Ms. Gandino

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New York Harbor School
10 South Street, Slip 7
New York, NY 10004
(718) 458-0800
Mr. Nathan Dudley, Principal
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New York Harbor School's mission is to use New York's maritime experience to create a rigorous, college-preparatory curriculum that instills in its students the ethic and skills of stewardship. New York Harbor School's challenge is to bring New York's rich maritime experience to the students in the classroom, and extending the classroom to include these resources through a system that meets all state standards, rules and regulations. The educational model relies on three principles: 1) that the marine world provides an ideal forum for education based on excellence, discipline, and interdependence; 2) that hands-on, inquiry-based learning in a natural environment stimulates students' curiosity and leads to improved academic performance; 3) that small schools with increased personalization create an environment more conducive to learning, graduation and, ultimately, success.

Faculty & Staff
Program Coordinator:
Mr. Malone

MT: Mr. Malone

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Port Richmond High School
85 St. Joseph's Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10302
(718) 273-3600
Mr. Tim Gannon, Principal
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Port Richmond High School, selected by Newsweek magazine as one of the "Top 500 High Schools That Work," was founded in 1923. Port Richmond is a four-year comprehensive high school located in the northwest corner of Staten Island, in the shadow of the Bayonne Bridge. Major concentrations are offered in Mathematics (including Advanced Placement Calculus and College Level Mathematics); Social Studies (including Advanced Placement European History, Advanced Placement American History, Advanced Placement American Government and Politics, and the school's Law Institute); Science (including Advanced Placement Biology and Advanced Placement Psychology); Foreign Languages (including French, Advanced Placement Spanish, Italian, and a three year program in Japanese); Computer Studies (including a program in English, Literature, Theatre, Creative Writing, Journalism, Drama, History & Language of Film, and TV Production & Writing); Art and Music (including Advanced Placement Art History) and a three year Humanities Program. Students are encouraged to take a college preparatory program and to surpass New York city minimum diploma requirements. New York State Regents courses of study are used in all academic subject areas.

Faculty & Staff
Program Coordinator:
Ms. DiDomenico
Counselor: Ms. Lucignano
Instructors:
BA: Mr. O'Brien
BSS: Mr. Luongo
COM: Mr. Driscoll
ENG BW/W: Mr. Garis
MATH: Ms. Goldstein
SCI: Mr. Marchetti
SD: Ms. Fasanella- Ahren, Ms. Fletcher

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Rachel Carson High School For Coastal Studies
521 West Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11224
(718) 265-0329
Mr. Edward Wilensky, Principal
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Rachel Carson High School provides a strong core academic curriculum and a concentration in the marine sciences with project-based activities. Their partnership with The New York Aquarium and The Brooklyn Center For Environmental Studies offers students a world-class, challenging, standards-based education and a solid sense of community.

Faculty & Staff
Program Coordinator:
Mr. Furleiter
Instructors:

BSS: Mr. Webb

ENG: Mr. Nicholson
SD: Mr. Schwartz

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Ralph McKee High School
290 St. Marks Place
Staten Island, NY 10301
(718) 718-420-2600
Ms. Sharon Henry, Principal
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Ralph McKee High School is a caring community working hand-in-hand with our faculty, parents, and students. A school of life-long learners promoting hands-on technical education, career opportunities through student engagement in project-based learning, apprenticeship, and academic excellence. Our students are provided the opportunity to enroll in academic classes that will prepare them to meet Regent requirements for graduation, as well as acquire skills and knowledge that will prepare them for the career of their choice. Upon graduation from McKee students can either go directly to work or elect to attend college or technical school. Employment opportunities have been established through linkages with Construction Skills 2000 and New York City Transit MTA, S.I. Economic Development Corp and S.I. Department of Labor.

Faculty & Staff
Program Coordinator: Ms. Mullen
Instructors:
COM: Ms. Lamberti

ENG BW/W: Ms. Zambrano
SD: Ms. Miller

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Sheepshead Bay High School
3000 Avenue X
Brooklyn, NY 11235
(718) 332-2003
Mr. John Omahoney, Principal
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Sheepshead Bay High School is a thriving, dynamic, and comprehensive high school. It is also a racially, ethnically, and academically diverse community. Our barrier-free school is home to a rigorous academic program, enhanced by dynamic extra-curricular, co-curricular, and athletic programs. It features state-of-the-art computer and science labs, a new authentic courtroom, one of the borough's best athletic fields, a Broadway-sized stage with professional light and sound equipment and a black-box theater, a MIDI studio, photography darkroom and studio, and a ceramic workshop, as well as many other singular advantages that offer to our students a well-paved road to success. Some exciting programs offered are Law Studies, Performing Arts, including band, chorus, dance, and theater, Nursing, International Business, The Center for the Intellectually Gifted, and College Now in conjunction with Kingsborough Community College. Our multi-faceted Performing Arts Program has been showcased at civic and cultural events throughout New York City. The work of our art students has been shown in local art shows and exhibitions. Our Dance Program works regularly with the city Center training program and has provided many students with full college scholarships and professional internships.

Faculty & Staff
Program Coordinator:
Ms. Wynne
Instructors:
COM: Ms. D’Anna
SD: Mr. Schwartz

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South Brooklyn Community High School
173 Conover Street
Brooklyn, NY 11231
(718) 422-1915
Ms. Jean Foley, Principal
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South Brooklyn is committed to providing students with a quality education that will prepare them for post-secondary education, meaningful employment, healthy personal and family relationships and participation in the life of their communities. Students and staff who come from diverse backgrounds work together to build a strong sense of community based upon mutual respect and a commitment to participating in an effective learning environment that fosters excellence and is responsive to student needs and interests. South Brooklyn supports the comprehensive development of young people and provides diverse opportunities for them to participate in decision-making and exercise their leadship in the school and in their community.

Faculty & Staff
ENG BW/W:
Ms. King

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Staten Island Technical
485 Clawson Street
(718) 667-5725
Mr. Mark Erlenwein, Principal
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Faculty & Staff
Program Coordinator:
Ms. Sanguinedo
Instructors:
BA: Mr. Regenbogen

BSS: Mr. Manzo, Ms. Kirschbaum

COM: Mr. Van Buren

SCI: Mr. Davis

 

Susan E. Wagner HS
1200 Manor Road
Staten Island, NY 10314
(718) 698-4200
Mr. Gary M. Giordano, Principal
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Faculty & Staff
Program Coordinator: Ms. Proscia
Counselor: Ms. DeCarlo
BA: Mr. Gargano
BSS: Ms. Sebastiano
ENG BW/W: Ms. Parrella, Ms. Pelinkovic
MATH: Mr. Connell
SCI: Ms. Palladino
SD: Ms. O'Connell

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High School of Telecommunication Arts and Technology
350 67th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11220
(718) 759-3400
Mr. Shepard, Principal
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HSAT is a school for the twenty-first century, enhancing rigorous academics in the liberal arts tradition with the most advanced technologies. Our small and ethnically diverse student body and our outstanding faculty work together to explore the individual strengths and to maximize the potential of each pupil. Through an incredible richness of programs, electives, teams, and clubs, we offer each student the opportunity to find a niche, to develop into responsible and unique citizens. We are very proud that our graduates have demonstrated their ability to be successful in the finest colleges and universities in the nation. In addition to having a challenging educational program, we are an exceptionally safe and friendly school, the "best kept secret" in the city. High standards are the rule at HSTAT. All students, including seniors, carry a full academic program leading to a Regents-endorsed diploma. A staff with experienced lead teachers and many energetic young teachers guides students through rigorous and innovative courses, including our Global Education program, which has been recognized as a model by the American Forum for Global Education. Our American Studies program has been cited as an exemplary course of study by the American Social History Project. Other highlights: the Rockefeller Foundation has recognized our Humanities program; all first-year students take Physics, and the class of 2002 earned over two million dollars in scholarships and financial aid.

Faculty & Staff
Program Coordinator:
Mr. DeMartini
Counselor: Ms. Martinez
Instructors:

ESL BW: Ms. Justice
HUM: Ms. McArdle
MATH: Ms. Terry

POL: Ms. Channer
SD: Ms. Martinez

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Tottenville High School
100 Luten Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10312
(718) 356-2220
Mr. Joseph Scarmato, Principal
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Established in 1898, Tottenville High School provides students with the education and skills to compete in the 21st century. The New York State Department of Education as well as the United States Department of Education recognize Tottenville High School as a school of excellence. The development of character, citizenship as well as higher standards is the foundation of our educational programs and extra curricular activities. The Tottenville High School community is very proud of it students, past graduates, parents, and staff who have all contributed so much to our society. Tottenville High School may best be known geographically as the most southern high school in New York State. Its unique location on Staten Island combines the advantages of New York City's vast array of cultural, educational and recreational facilities as well as providing a quality life in a suburban environment. Situated on 14.5 acres surrounded by forest with a $10 million athletic facility, Tottenville High School provides a comprehensive education for grades 9 through 12, with an enrollment of 3,700.

Faculty & Staff
Program Coordinator:
Mr. Levy
Counselor: Ms. Forminio
Instructors:
BA: Ms. Estevez
BSS: Mr. Hundley
COM: Mr. Yacovacci
HUM: Mr. Schwartzberg, Ms. Vernieri
MATH: Mr. Fortunato, Ms. Amarino

POL: Mr. Scognamiglio
SCI: Ms. Andrawis
SD: Mr. Levy, Mr. Rubinson

TAH: Mr. Schwartz

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William E. Grady High School
25 Brighton 4th Road
Brooklyn, NY 11235
(718) 332-5000
Ms. Tarah Montalbano, Principal
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William E. Grady Technical High School was named after a superintendent who fought to build schools where students could get a firm foundation in academics coupled with excellent career preparation. The school has carried this proud tradition for over 50 years and has prepared many thousands of students for a wide range of services and trades, and also for careers in engineering or business. Grady continually strives for excellence. We are eager to have motivated young men and women enter our school, and we encourage all students, regardless of gender, to enter any of our programs. From wood chips to computer chips, from building trades to building minds, Grady is the place to be for jobs, college, and careers!

Faculty & Staff
Program Coordinator: Ms. Friedman
Instructors:
ENG BW/W:
Mr. Downes
MATH: Ms. Glozman

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