Convent of Mercy 273 Willoughby Ave, Brooklyn, NY11205 The Convent of Mercy is a convent of nuns dedicated to charity, community aid and bible education to youth. The Convent…More of Mercy has been in Brooklyn since 1855.
Bedford Stuyvesant Early Childhood Development Center 262 Lexington Ave, Brooklyn, NY11216 This is one of ten Bedford Stuyvesant Early Childhood Development Centers in the Bed-Stuy area. These centers offer a…More wide range of programs and services for all ages, including early childhood education, adult basic education (including GED prep classes), computer training, parenting workshops, job training and more. The program is currently enrolling 3- and 4-year-olds for the Head Start program.
DIVAS for Social Justice 677 Lafayette Ave, Brooklyn, NY11216 DIVAS for Social Justice is a non-profit organization based in Bed-Stuy. The grassroots organization is dedicated to…More media literacy education, specifically focusing on programming for youth and senior citizens. The DIVAS programming focuses on digital imagery and technological literacy, educating underserved women about the way that images are manipulated digitally. The organization runs a series of multi-week workshops, specifically targeting marginalized, young women of color. For further inquiries, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
M.S. 267 Math, Science and Technology 800 Gates Ave, Brooklyn, NY11221 M.S. 27 is a public middle school that occupies the first and second floors of a large, four-story school building on…More the corner of Gates and Stuyvesant avenues. (The building was under construction when we visited.) The school serves grades 6 through 8, with an academic focus on math and science. Student enrollment is 391. In addition to math and science as a focus, the school also offers vocational education, special education, speech/language pathologists, "extended day" programs and ESL courses.
Head Start Early Childhood Development Center (at MacDonough) 506 Macdonough St, Brooklyn, NY11233 The Head Start Early Childhood Development Center at McDonough Street is one of ten Early Childhood Center locations in…More Bedford-Stuyvesant. The Center offers pre-kindergarten (ages 3-4 years) education. The program is free to eligible families who meet federal income guidelines. The Center also offers tips for parents and children, free nutritional food programs, parenting workshops, adult basic education, computer literacy training, job training and individualized services to families.
Bedford-Stuyvesant Early Childhood Development Center 275 Marcus Garvey Blvd, Brooklyn, NY11221 This Bedford-Stuyvesant Early Childhood Development Center is one of 10 locations in Bed-Stuy. It offers free…More early childhood education, adult basic education, GED prep classes, computer literacy training, parenting workshops, job training, services for children with special needs, nutritional food programs, marriage counseling and much more.
Clara Muhammad School of Masjid Khalifah 1174 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, NY11216 The Clara Muhammad School was founded in 1977. The school is recognized by the New York State Education Department and…More focuses on a Muslim-centered education and religious doctrines that originate with the teachings of the late Elijah Muhammad. The school's curriculum focuses on math, science, Arabic language, English, social studies and Islamic studies. The pre-k - eighth-grade school operates in a similar fashion as a co-op school, with parents, teachers and students encouraged to help with the school's maintenance, upkeep and survival.