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Middle School 6827 (BSC Charter School)
800 Gates Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11221

M.S. 6827, also known as the Bedford Stuyvesant Collegiate Charter School (BSC), is a public charter school, a partMore of the "Uncommon Schools" collegiate charter schools network. BSC shares the building with one middle school-- M.S. 267-- on the first and second floors and another charter school-- La Cima-- on the third floor.

BSC opened in 2008 to 140 5th graders. Today, the school has 221 5th, 6th and 7th graders. The school will  continue to add a grade until it is fully enrolled as a middle school and high school, serving grades 5 -1 2.

The mission of Bedford Stuyvesant Collegiate Charter School is to prepare each student for college. Parents are required to sign a "Family Accountability Contract," outlining their parental responsibilities to their child's education at the school.

Excellence Boys Charter School
225 Patchen Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11233
Excellence Boys Charter School is an elementary school that focuses on college attendance. Serving students fromMore kindergarten through eighth grade, it is a free public charter school and part of the Uncommon Schools Network. The all-male school, founded in 2004, has an enrollment of 360 as of 2010. The rigorous curriculum stresses reading, writing and math skills. It is housed in a state-of-the-art structure, has homerooms named after colleges and offers such electives as art, fitness and music. Activities include tae kwon do, Shakespearean theater and sports.
Brooklyn Excelsior Charter School
856 Quincy St, Brooklyn, NY 11221

Founded in 2003, Brooklyn Excelsior Charter School is a private alternative school serving children grades K - 8. TheMore school's principal is Dr. Thomas G. DeMarco. The school prides itself on its rigorous curriculum and high academic standards and strives to prepare its students for higher education.

Brooklyn Excelsior is a part of the National Heritage Academies and is chartered by the State University of New York (SUNY). Brooklyn Excelsior offers special education classes, enforces a strict dress code and encourages strong parental involvment. The school does not screen or test its students as a requirement for enrollment.

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