Based on extensive community feedback, we are updating our admissions processes to be more family friendly, transparent, and timely:
To apply to high school, you must be both of the following:
During the application period, all of the following students are welcome to apply: Current public district and charter school students, private or parochial school students, students with disabilities, students with accessibility needs, students learning English, students from immigrant families, students in temporary housing, LGBTQ and gender nonconforming students, and students with children.
Watch this animation to find out why your high school application choices matter and to learn about other factors, such as admissions priorities and seat availability. For more detailed information on how offers are made to specific types of programs, keep reading this page and check out the following resources:
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<p><a href=”https://vimeo.com/288796889″>How Students Get Offers to New York City Public Schools</a> from <a href=”https://vimeo.com/nycschools”>NYC Public Schools</a> on <a href=”https://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a>.</p>
During the application period, you can submit your application one of the following three ways:
Here’s how to apply online:
Have questions about MySchools or your application?
In New York City, students apply to high school during their eighth grade year. Current ninth grade students (who are not repeating ninth grade) also have the option to apply to programs with tenth grade seats.
Applying to High School? Welcome! from NYC Public Schools on Vimeo.
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