Ratings

6
out of 10

GreatSchools Rating

The GreatSchools rating is a simple tool for parents to compare schools based on test scores. It compares schools across the state, where the highest rated schools in the state are designated as “Above Average” and the lowest “Below Average.” It is designed to be a starting point to help parents make baseline comparisons. We always advise parents to visit the school and consider other information on school performance and programs, as well as consider their child's and family's needs as part of the school selection process.

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Student Group Comparison

How does this school serve different groups of students?

Red = Bottom 30% of schools in the state, Orange = Middle 40% of schools in the state, Green = Top 30% of schools in the state
= State Avg.
All Students
95%
957 students
Asian or Pacific Islander
98%
35% of population
Hispanic
92%
35% of population
White
100%
12% of population
African American
100%
10% of population
Not migrant
95%
 
All Students
95%
957 students
Economically disadvantaged
96%
70% of population
Students with disabilities
88%
 
Not English language learner
95%
 
Not economically disadvantaged
95%
 
All Students
95%
957 students
Male
94%
68% of population
Female
99%
31% of population

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Test scores

The bar charts below tell what percentage of students are performing at or above grade-level.

NYC Progress Report Grade


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All subjects

About the test

Progress Report Grades measure the school's contribution to student learning in three areas: School Environment, Student Performance and Student Progress. Schools can receive additional credit for achieving exemplary performance progress among high-needs students. Progress Report Grades range from A to F.

Source: New York City Department of Education

New York State Regents Exams


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Algebra II

Biology I

Chemistry

Earth Science

English

Geometry

Global History and Geography

Integrated Algebra

Physics

US History and Government

Algebra II

Biology I

Chemistry

Earth Science

English

Geometry

Global History and Geography

Integrated Algebra

US History and Government

Algebra II

Biology I

Chemistry

Earth Science

English

Geometry

Global History and Geography

Integrated Algebra

US History and Government

Algebra II

Biology I

Chemistry

Earth Science

English

Geometry

Global History and Geography

Integrated Algebra

Physics

US History and Government

Algebra II

Biology I

Chemistry

Earth Science

English

Geometry

Global History and Geography

Integrated Algebra

Physics

US History and Government

Algebra II

Biology I

Chemistry

Earth Science

English

Geometry

Global History and Geography

Integrated Algebra

Physics

US History and Government

Algebra II

Biology I

Chemistry

Earth Science

English

Geometry

Global History and Geography

Integrated Algebra

Physics

US History and Government

Algebra II

Biology I

Chemistry

Earth Science

English

Geometry

Global History and Geography

Integrated Algebra

Physics

US History and Government

Algebra II

Biology I

Chemistry

Earth Science

English

Geometry

Global History and Geography

Integrated Algebra

US History and Government

Algebra II

Biology I

Chemistry

Earth Science

English

Geometry

Global History and Geography

Integrated Algebra

Physics

US History and Government

Algebra II

Biology I

Chemistry

Earth Science

English

Geometry

Global History and Geography

Integrated Algebra

Physics

US History and Government

Algebra II

Biology I

Chemistry

Earth Science

English

Geometry

Global History and Geography

Integrated Algebra

Physics

US History and Government

Algebra II

Chemistry

Earth Science

Physics

Algebra II

Biology I

Chemistry

Earth Science

English

Geometry

Global History and Geography

Integrated Algebra

US History and Government

Integrated Algebra

About the test

In 2012-2013 New York used the New York State Regents Examinations to test high school students in English, math, global history and geography, US history and government, living environment, chemistry, Earth science and physics. Students must take at least five Regents Exams in order to graduate. Scores of 65 and above are passing; scores of 55 and above earn credit toward a local diploma (with the approval of the local board of education). The goal is for all students to pass the tests. In 2013-2014, the Common Core Regents Exam began replacing the English Language and Math portions of the Regents Examination. Students who entered ninth grade prior to 2013-2014 will be able to take the Common Core or the Regents exam in English Language and Math until those subjects are phased out of the exam.

Source: New York State Education Department

NY State Common Core Regents Exam


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English

Geometry

Integrated Algebra

English

Geometry

Integrated Algebra

English

Geometry

Integrated Algebra

English

Geometry

Integrated Algebra

English

Geometry

Integrated Algebra

English

Geometry

Integrated Algebra

English

English

Geometry

Integrated Algebra

English

Geometry

Integrated Algebra

English

Geometry

Integrated Algebra

English

Geometry

Integrated Algebra

English

Geometry

Integrated Algebra

Geometry

Integrated Algebra

About the test

Beginning in 2013-2014, the New York State Regents Examination was replaced with Common Core aligned standards. The new Regents Common Core exams test students in math and English. Scores of 65 demonstrate partial mastery of standards and are sufficient to graduate. Scores of 75 or above demonstrate college- and career- readiness and are aspirational scores. No one is required to pass the Common Core to graduate until students who started ninth grade prior to 2013-2014 graduate. Until that time, students who started ninth grade prior to 2013-2014 have the option to take the old Regents exam in addition to the Common Core exam.

Source: New York State Education Department


College readiness

The path to college

This school
State
95%
GRADUATE HIGH SCHOOL
79%


Source: See notes

Climate

Schools that are well organized, safe, and supportive are much more likely to be successful.

A safe and respectful environment

This score measures whether parents, students, and teachers feel that the school creates a physically and emotionally secure environment in which everyone can focus on student learning.

Group Score (out of 10) District average
Total 7.8 8.0
Parents 8.3 8.4
Students 6.9 7.2
Teachers 8.2 8.0
Source: See notes

Clear, useful communication about educational goals

This score measures whether parents, students, and teachers feel that the school provides information about the school's educational goals and offers appropriate feedback on each student's learning outcome.

Group Score (out of 10) District average
Total 7.4 8.1
Parents 8.3 8.5
Students 6.8 7.8
Teachers 7.1 7.8
Source: See notes

Strong parent, teacher, and student engagement

This score measures how engaged parents, students, and teachers feel they are in an active and vibrant partnership to promote student learning.

Group Score (out of 10) District average
Total 7.4 7.8
Parents 8.0 8.1
Students 6.4 7.2
Teachers 7.6 7.8
Source: See notes

High academic expectations for all students

This score measures how well parents, students, and teachers feel that the school develops rigorous and meaningful academic goals that encourage students to do their best.

Group Score (out of 10) District average
Total 8.1 8.2
Parents 8.5 8.3
Students 7.5 8.1
Teachers 8.1 8.1
Source: See notes

Survey participation

Respondent group Number
Students 871
Parents 217
Teachers 54
Source: See notes

Sources

The path to college NYSED, 2013-2014
A safe and respectful environment Translation missing: en.NYC Dept of Education, 2012-2013
Clear, useful communication about educational goals Translation missing: en.NYC Dept of Education, 2012-2013
Strong parent, teacher, and student engagement Translation missing: en.NYC Dept of Education, 2012-2013
High academic expectations for all students Translation missing: en.NYC Dept of Education, 2012-2013
Survey participation Translation missing: en.NYC Dept of Education, 2012-2013