High School For Health Professions & Human Services

News and Announcements

Web Content Accessibility

Statement on Accessibility: We are working to make this website easier to access for people with disabilities, and will follow the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0. If you need assistance with a particular page or document on our current site, please contact Loui Karaiskos to request assistance.
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Parent Survey

Our Parent Survey results have finally been tallied. Congratulations to Ms. Schenker’ s Period 4 section 4 class for having returned more surveys than any other class. And also congratulations to Ms. Mozzarella’s Period 1 section 4 class for having returned the highest percentage of Parent Surveys returned. Both classes will be awarded a Pizza Party! Congratulations once again to both classes!
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Water Safety

New York City’s water is of the highest quality, meeting or exceeding all federal and State standards. The City regulates its own watershed that surrounds — and protects — our reservoirs, and the water is tested over 500,000 times each year at various points throughout the system.
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U.S. News & World Report Best High School!

For the fourth time in five years, The High School for Health Professions & Human Services was awarded a Silver medal by U.S. News & World Report!

U.S. News & World Report today announced the 2017 Best High Schools rankings, featuring top-performing schools at the national and state level. The Best High Schools rankings evaluate data on more than 21,500 public high schools to identify which schools are best at preparing students for college and careers.
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Letter from the Chancellor

Ensuring that your child learns in safe, supportive, and inclusive schools is our top priority. To improve school culture and climate, we use preventive approaches that address the real causes of a conflict. We believe it is important to reinforce positive behaviors through teachable moments. At the same time, we hold students accountable for their actions. We want them to reflect on their behavior and repair any harm done.
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