ANNOUNCEMENTS: Check Out The Class Pages For Home Work, Tests or Class Work You Missed!!!
Illness, going home, Vacations: Please note that students may not be released to go home. If your son or daughter becomes ill at school you will be asked to come to the school to get him or her. Yes, even if they are 18 years of age. So, if you feel sick, stay home but if you make it to school plan to stay the whole day.
Some families schedule vacation during the school year. We wish to remind you that helping your child finish high school must be the priority. Vacations that take students out of school are not excusable absences and should be scheduled around the school calendar.
Attendance and Punctuality: Your son or daughter's key to success rests on coming to school every day and being on time for school. First class begins at 8:35 AM. Lateness for school or poor attendance will result in loss of privileges like outside lunch and will result in failing grades.
Parent Teacher Association Officers would like to invite everyone to the next PTA meeting!
Jane Cronin - President
Janet Martinez - Treasurer
Maritza Otero - Secretary
INTERESTED IN ADMISSIONS TO OUR SCHOOL?
Admissions is conducted year round. We are accepting students for our classes NOW!!!! Please FAX a copy of your most recent transcript AND CONTACT telephone number to 646 -654-1742.
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UNDERSTANDING YOUR CHILD'S PSAT RESULTS and CUNY SAT ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
My College QuickStart is an online college and career planning kit available free of charge to all students who take the PSAT/NMSQT. It is powered by their responses to the test and provides personalized information that helps students take their next steps toward college. Students will need their access code, which is printed on the PSAT paper score report, and the tool can be utilized throughout high school. Using My College QuickStart together with your child is a great way to introduce and guide your child through important aspects of the college-going process.
My Online Score Report—an enhanced score report that allows students to review each test question, their answers, and the correct answers with answer explanations
My SAT Study Plan—a customized SAT study plan based on students’ PSAT/NMSQT test performance, highlighting skills for review and practice
My Personality—a detailed personality test that helps students learn about themselves and discover majors and careers that fit their strengths and interests
My Major & Career Matches—extensive information about majors and careers, including insights about what to expect and what courses to take now
My College Matches—a starter list of colleges based on students’ home state and indicated choice of major
SAT REQUIREMENTS FOR CUNY ADMISSION - FOUR YEAR COLLEGES
The Primary Ways to Meet the CUNY Admissions Requirements for Four-Year Colleges
Reading and Writing
You can demonstrate the necessary skill levels in reading and writing by meeting any of these criteria:
*SAT Critical Reading score of 480 or higher
*ACT English score of 20 or higher
*N.Y. State English Regents score of 75 or higher
Likewise, you can satisfy the mathematics skill requirement if you meet any of these criteria:
*SAT Math score differs from college to college (see chart below)
*ACT Math score of 21 or higher
*N.Y. State Regents score of 75 or higher in one of the following:
Math A or Math B, Sequential II, or Sequential III
1.New Math Regents Proficiency Criteria effective for fall 2011 and spring 2012 only: Applicants for freshmen admission for fall 2011 and spring 2012 only may demonstrate proficiency in mathematics for all CUNY colleges by scoring a 75 or higher on the New York State Regents examinations in Integrated Algebra, or Geometry, or Algebra 2 & Trigonometry, and successfully completing each course in the three-course Regents sequence: Integrated Algebra; Geometry; and Algebra 2 & Trigonometry.
2.New Math Regents Proficiency criteria effective for fall 2012 and thereafter: Applicants for freshmen and transfer admission for fall 2012 and thereafter may demonstrate proficiency in mathematics for all CUNY colleges by passing at least two of the three New York State Regents examinations in mathematics (Integrated Algebra; Geometry; Algebra 2 & Trigonometry) with a scaled score of 65 or higher and scoring at least a 75 on one of these tests.
For Four Year CUNY Colleges:
SAT Minimum Math Scores:
City College 510
Hunter College 510
Lehman College 510
Online Baccalaureate, SPS 510
Queens College 510
John Jay 500
Medgar Evers 500
NYC College of Technology 500
Note that most colleges require all new students to take the CUNY Assessment Test in Mathematics for course placement, even if they meet one of the criteria listed above.
If you are applying to a bachelor's degree program, CUNY allows three types of exceptions to these skill level requirements.
Applicants Who Have Already Completed a Bachelor's Degree
If you have already completed a bachelor's degree or higher from an accredited program, you are exempt from the CUNY Admissions assessment requirements.
If you qualify as an ESL student and you can demonstrate the college's required skill level in math you do not need to demonstrate CUNY Admissions levels in reading and writing prior to admission. You have two years to do so.
Applicants Qualifying for SEEK Program
If you qualify for the SEEK program you do not need to demonstrate the required skill levels prior to admission. You have one year to do so in reading and writing, and two years to do so in mathematic