Programs

  • Wellness Wednesday NYC

    Wellness Wednesdays NYC can help students and families learn skills and habits that promote physical, mental, and emotional well-being.

  • Community Schools

    Community Schools support the whole child, the child’s family, and learning both inside and outside of the classroom.

  • NYC Urban Ambassadors

    NYC Urban Ambassadors (UA) was founded to provide historically under-served young men with purpose, leadership, and distinction.

  • DREAM Program

    DREAM is an academic program available outside regular school hours that prepares eligible seventh-grade New York City public school students to take the Specialized High Schools Admissions Test (SHSAT) in the eighth grade.

  • Sustainability

    Learn how we are making our schools more sustainable with waste reduction and recycling programs, water conservation, energy conservation, and school gardens.

  • Medically Necessary Instruction

    Medically Necessary Instruction provides educational services for all school-aged children (grades 3-K to12) who are unable to attend school due to orthopedic, non-orthopedic/medical, or psychiatric reasons.

  • IMAGINE Schools NYC

    IMAGINE Schools NYC is an initiative to empower communities to design new schools and reimagine existing schools.

  • District 79 (Alternate Learning Center)

    Learn more about Adult Education and enrollment.

  • RISE

    This free program gives qualifying students an NYC Scholarship Account with money for qualified college and career training costs.

  • Outdoor Learning Initiative

    Outdoor learning overview

  • Brilliant NYC

    Brilliant NYC is the blueprint that will reshape our entire system, beginning with all Kindergarten classrooms next fall and building upon the work of our 3K and PreK programs.


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