High School Open Houses
Fordham Leadership Academy
November 19 and December 3 at 5pm
For your convenience, the access link and password are below:
Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/8493877495
High School Information
High School Admissions Guides were given out the week of 11/20. You can access a PDF version here. You should scroll down to where it says 'Documents'. The High School Admissions Guide is available in many languages. It is imperative that each student review the directory as well as the Myschools website to research the high school programs available to them.
* Students must create a list of 12 schools/programs in which they wish to attend with the approval of their parents/guardians.
* Ms. Gallo, Middle School Counselor, will be holding virtual family High School Articulation workshops in early December.
* Additional information will continue to be posted on the High Schools Information Google Classroom (code: rwvgzrf)
The high school application for students entering high school in fall 2021 is NOT yet open, and no longer closes on December 4, 2020.
You will have additional time to apply.
Registration for Specialized High Schools admissions is NOT yet open.
You will have additional time to register.
Sign up for the DOE's high school admissions email list, and they'll notify you when the high school application and Specialized High Schools registration opens. You will also get updates, key date reminders, and tips throughout the admissions process.
Opting out means the student will be attending a private school, parochial school, charter school, or will be moving away from New York City by September 2021. School counselors can opt students out in MySchools.
Families cannot opt their child out in MySchools. They can only opt their child out through their school counselor.
If a school counselor opts a student out, that means the student will not be enrolled in that school starting in the 2021-2022 school year.
If a school counselor opts a student out, the student remains on any waitlists they were already on. If the student then gets a waitlist offer, they can accept or decline that offer. It is not a guarantee that a student will receive a waitlist offer.
Please contact Ms. Gallo, Middle School Counselor, with any question: email@example.com