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The Brooklyn Academy of Global Finance
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The Brooklyn Academy of Global Finance is a public high school that opened in September 2009. Serving students in grades 9 through 12, the school has an academic focus towards college preparation and global competitiveness. It has partnerships with JP Morgan Chase, The New York City Academy of Finance Advisory Board and the office of Marty Markowitz, Brooklyn's Borough President. Paid summer internships for juniors and seniors, tuition-free college courses and an opportunity to learn Chinese are all available through the Brooklyn Academy of Global Finance. The facility shares a campus with two middle schools: M.S. 57, The Ron Brown Academy and M.S. 385, The School of Business, Finance and Entrepreneurship.
125 Stuyvesant Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11221
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