• CCHS Calendar and Business Meeting

    November 9, 2016     6:00 PM -  8:45 PM

    Tweed Courthouse

    52 Chambers Street,

    2nd Fl Conference Room NY, NY 10007

    Citywide Council on High Schools
  • CCHS Calendar and Business Meeting

    Wednesday, September 14, 2016 6:00 PM - 8:45 PM 

    Tweed Courthouse 52 Chambers Street, 2nd Fl Conference Room NY, NY 10007

    Citywide Council on High Schools

CCHS Vacancies: 2 Bronx Representatives and 1 Staten Island Representative

Public High School Parents/Guardians: 

Make Your Concerns Heard! Be A Part Of The Solution And Be Part Of A Team To Make Positive Changes In ALL NYC Public High Schools

 We currently need to fill two vacancies for parents/guardians with students in the Bronx and  one vacancy in Staten Island  for the High Schools   

 Citywide Council On High Schools / Service Term 2016 - 2017

Questions: Contact CCHS Office Email: / Phone: 718-752-7478 Applications / Information 


Email / Fax Application to FACE: Ayesha George Office (212) 374-2428 / Fax (212) 374-0076 52 Chambers St, Room 219 New York, NY 10007

High Schools Admissions 2016 and Resources


High School Admissions

As the school year comes to a close, the Office of Student Enrollment welcomes all rising eighth grade students to High School Admissions! 

New York City has more than 400 high schools and over 700 programs. 8th grade or first time 9th grade students and families in New York City complete a single High School application for up to 12 high-school programs and can participate in a separate process for Specialized High Schools. In addition, New York City’s charter schools give families additional public school options. Students new to NYC should visit can find out more information on New Students.

Students with Disabilities

Students with disabilities may apply to all programs listed in the New York City High School Directory, subject to the same admissions requirements as their peers. Students with Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) that recommend a specialized District 75 program or New York State Approved non-public school program are placed through a separate process. However, these students may submit a high school application if their IEP for the following school year recommends programs and/or services in a community school. Read more

1. Understand Admissions

Watch the High School Admissions Video

2017 High School Directory

Specialized High Schools

Other Resources

2016 Citywide High School Fair and 2016 Borough High School Fairs Information

Citywide High School Fair


Meet with representatives from different schools on the same day, in the same place.



 Brooklyn Technical High School
 29 Fort Greene Place, 11217

 Saturday, September 24, 2016 / Sunday, September 25, 2016 Both Days: 10am–3pm

Family Workshops at the Citywide High School Fair




Introduction to High School Admissions

Learn how to find NYC high schools that fit your needs and get important tips on developing your High School Application.


Auditioning for Arts Schools and Programs

Learn about the unique audition and portfolio processes for arts high schools and programs in dance, music, theater, visual arts, and film/media.


Borough High School Fairs

Learn more about schools and programs in your borough—ask school staff questions to help you find schools for your application.





 DeWitt Clinton Educational Campus
 100 West Mosholu Parkway, 10468                                      

 Saturday, October 15, 2016 11am–3pm
 Sunday, October 16, 2016 11am–3pm


 Sunset Park High School
 153 35th Street, 11232

 Saturday, October 15, 2016 11am–3pm
 Sunday, October 16, 2016 11am–3pm 


 Martin Luther King, Jr. Educational Campus
 122 Amsterdam Avenue, 10023

 Saturday, October 15, 2016 11am–3pm
 Sunday, October 16, 2016 11am–3pm


 Francis Lewis High School
 58-20 Utopia Parkway, 11365

 Saturday, October 15, 2016 11am–3pm
 Sunday, October 16, 2016 11am–3pm

 Staten Island

 Port Richmond High School
 85 St. Josephs Avenue, 10302

 Saturday, October 15, 2016 11am–3pm
 Sunday, October 16, 2016 11am–3pm


Programs for High School Students

 NYC Department of Youth and Community Development  


Youth Connect Information Service


DYCD's Youth Connect is a resource and referral service for youth, families and community-based organizations (CBO) utilizing web-based strategies and confidential toll-free hotline.  Youth Connect's mission is to increase access to and visibility of New York City's opportunities for young people by serving as a one-stop shop for all youth-related resources in NYC.

DYCD Youth Connect provides information and assistance to callers in over 180 languages.


GET CONNECTED    CALL IN NYC  1-800-246-4646   OUTSIDE NYC 1-646-343-6800



Youth Connect Information Service

·        Additional Resources

Youth, Teens & Families

After School

Jobs & Internships

Runaway Homeless Youth

Reading & Writing


Family Support

College Corner and Resources

NYC COLLEGELINE-Resources for College and Educational Programs / Workshops


INSIDESCHOOLS-Resources for Information about New York City Schools Pre-K to 12 Grade: Public and Charter


Partnership For Afterschool Programs  for New York City    



Other Information

Parent-Teacher Conference Dates 2016-2017
Translations available in Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, French, Haitian Creole, Korean, Russian, Spanish, and Urdu
This memorandum includes the schedule of citywide Parent-Teacher Conferences for the 2016-17 school year. Additionally, you can find information about Open-School Week, and the guidelines around the Chancellor's initiative to promote family engagement.

  September* November March May*
  Evening  Evening  Afternoon Evening  Afternoon Evening 
Elementary School 22-Sep 2-Nov 3-Nov 8-Mar 9-Mar 17-May
Middle School 15-Sep 26-Oct 27-Oct 15-Mar 16-Mar 18-May
High School 28-Sep 17-Nov 18-Nov 23-Mar 24-Mar 3-May
D75 School Programs   16-Nov 15-Nov 6-Mar 7-Mar  


College Corner

College Resources DOE Site


The NYC DOE Office of Counseling Support Programs  collaborates with the Office of Postsecondary Readiness to provide professional development and resources for career and college planning.

School counselors facilitate the college application process, and advise families at every step.

 Helpful information for students and parents:

  • College Guides
  • Testing: ACT and College Board
  • City University of New York (CUNY), CUNY Programs
  • State University of New York (SUNY)
  • Higher Education Services Corporation (HESC)
  • Occupational Handbook
  • College Planning: Student Athletes
  • Assistance for Students in Temporary Housing / Unaccompanied Youth
  • Advise undocumented students for available resources and rights