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Alumni for Public Schools
Join your classmates in the first-ever New York City public school alumni organization.
Charter Schools
Get applications and deadline information, fiscal guidelines and forms, and a directory of schools from the Public Schools Choice Program.
Children First Intensive
Children First Intensive (CFI) is a professional development program designed to support educators in using data to inform instructional and organizational decision-making.
Choices & Enrollment
Learn more about the registration and admissions process of the NYC Public School System by visiting the Department of Education's website.
FAQ: Public Schools
Find out how to enroll your child in school, how to change schools mid-year, find out your school district, get your child immunized, and more in the frequently asked questions (FAQ) about public schools section.
The Fund for Public Schools
The Department of Education has created the Fund for Public Schools to work with corporations, foundations, individuals, and nonprofits in support of public education in the city.
High School Directory
The High School Directory provides detailed descriptions of over 400 New York City public high schools, including information and programs, extracurricular activities, and eligibility.
Immigrants Access to Public Schools
In New York City, every child between the ages of 5 and 21 who has not received a high school diploma is entitled to attend public school in the district in which he or she lives.
NYC Public School Information
Visit the NYC Department of Education website to lookup names, addresses, and phone numbers of all New York City public schools.
Office of School Safety
Find out how the Department of Education is addressing issues of school safety and security.
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