Brooklyn High School for Leadership and Community Service (13K616) is a transfer high school, a high school for…More students who-- because of behavioral, emotional or other reasons-- have been removed from their original high school. The school's principal is Georgia Kouriampalis.
Brooklyn Leadership allows looping by teachers and support staff: By spending three years together, teachers and students become a tightly knit family, within the larger school community. The school tries to cultivate each student's creative side as an expressive outlet, offering fine arts drama and video production, along with a debate team and school newspaper.
The school is housed on the second floor of a campus it shares with three other schools: P379 Special Education Middle School in the basement, Kappa Seven Preparatory Middle School on the first floor, and Brooklyn Community Arts High School on the third floor.
Kappa Seven Prepatory Academy 300 Willoughby Ave, Brooklyn, NY11205 Kappa Seven Preparatory Academy is a middle school housed on the first floor of a campus it shares with three other…More schools: Brooklyn Leadership High School on the second floor, Brooklyn Community Arts and Media High School on the third floor and P369 Special Education Middle School in the basement. The principal of Kappa Seven Prepatory Academy is Beatrice Thompson.
Brooklyn University High School for Law (BKULAW), formerly Acorn High School For Social Justice, is a public school…More that serves grades nine to 12. The school's principal is Michael Prayor. BKULAW provides a rigorous college preparatory academic program.
Inside the school, students have a choice between three institutes for learning: Legal studies, science and technology and AVID-based curriculum (Advancement via Individual Determination). The school offers advance placement courses and an opportunity to obtain an associate's degree while enrolled in high school.
Boys and Girls High School (BGHS) is a public high school in Brooklyn, serving students in grades 9 through 12. The…More principal is Bernard Gassaway.
With an enrollment of 2,225 students, Boys and Girls High School is one of the largest high schools in Brooklyn and is the largest high school in Bedford Stuyvesant. BGHS is a well-known and beloved school in the community, referring to itself as "The Pride and Joy of Bed-Stuy." It is known for its active PTA, more than 30 student organizations and numerous sports teams. The school's sprawling track and football field and winning basketball and football teams have earned it national publicity, attracting regular coverage by The New York Daily News and ESPN.
BGHS offers free tutoring by professionals in their field, along with free workshops on financial and computer literacy for parents.
Satellite East is a public middle school, serving grades 6 through 8. The school's principal is Kim McPherson. The…More school was founded in 2002, and has a total enrollment of 255 students.
Satellite East is known to be a high performing school with a rigorous curriculum. It is a uniform school. The school's parent coordinator is James Reaves. Satellite East shares its campus with P.S. 305, the Dr. Peter Ray School, which is located on the first and second floors. Satellite East is on the third floor.
P.S. 305 (Dr. Peter Ray School) 344 Monroe St, Brooklyn, NY11216 P.S. 305 is a public school that serves preschoolers through fifth-graders. Student enrollment is 351. The students wear…More uniforms. In 2001, the school was on the SURR list (school under registration review). But since the hiring of new administration and staff in 2002, the school has slowly improved. Many of the school's students come from the area's surrounding projects and homeless shelters. Although there is a dedicated staff committed to reviving the school, it still lacks many academic resources. The school shares its campus with M.S. 301, a high-performing middle school.
M.S. 6827, also known as the Bedford Stuyvesant Collegiate Charter School (BSC), is a public charter school, a part…More 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.
The school recently was removed as a School Under Registration Review (S.U.R.R.) in February 2009. Since that time, a dedicated administration and staff of teachers has made steady progress in improving its students' state test scores. The school offers mentoring programs and a wide variety of extended day enrichment courses and after-school activities.
M.S. 57 is located on the second floor of a building it shares with M.S. 385 (The School of Business, Finance and Entrepreneurship) and the Academy of Global Finance, a high school.
Brooklyn Community Arts and Media High School (13K412) 300 Willoughby Ave, Brooklyn, NY11205 Brooklyn Community Arts and Media High School (13K412), known as "BCAM," focuses on media arts and technology. The…More school has a student-run television channel called BCAMTV and a boys and girls basketball team. BCAM also partners with a number of local community arts and civic organizations, such as the Bedford-Stuyvesant YMCA, Black Public Media, Pratt Institute of Art, Reel Works and John Jay University. The school is housed on the third floor of a building with three other schools. The principal is James O'Brian and the parent coordinator is Monique Mayard.
Community Partnership Charter School 114 Kosciuszko St, Brooklyn, NY11216 Community Partnership Charter School (CPCS) was founded in 2000 by a group of parents from Fort Greene who wanted to…More replicate the success of the Beginning With Children Charter School in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The school originally started as a K-5 school, located at 241 Emerson Place in Brooklyn, in P.S. 270. It has since grown to include a middle school (grades 6-8), located at this address in Brooklyn on the third floor of a building it shares with P.S. 256. The mission of CPCS is to prepare its students for academically rigorous high schools. Its core values are REACH: Respect, Excellence, Attentiveness, Critical thinking and Heart.