High School For Health Professions & Human Services

News and Announcements

First Day of School

The first day of school for all students is Friday, September 2nd. All students must report to the Auditorium during their scheduled appointed time to pick up vital documents. The first day of academic classes is Thursday, September 8th.
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New Student Orientation

All new students to the High School for Health Professions & Human Services must purchase a Physical Education uniform ($25) and a school issued combination lock ($10). In addition, he / she must take their picture in order to be issued a school ID card.
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College is Possible!

Explore the steps to a college bound action plan with NYSED NYC Special Education Parent Centers, Transition specialists, and the NYC Department of Education and panel discussion.
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The New York City Youth Guide to Summer Fun

The 2016 New York City Youth Guide to Summer Fun is a broad citywide calendar of family-oriented events and resources. Whether you're looking for the hottest concerts, film festivals and street fairs,or need to beat the heat at one of our many pools and beaches,there are thousands of attractions and events that are just a quick walk or subway or bus ride away.
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I AM NYC

Idnyc is the new, official new york city Identification card. Idnyc is free for all New York City residents, 14 years of age And older. Idnyc is your all access pass To benefits, discounts, and memberships throughout the city you love!
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Free Summer Meals

Free Summer Meals Starts June 29, 2016. Breakfast and lunch continues beyond the scheduled instructional school year from June 29th to September 2nd. Our Summer Meals Program is available at hundreds of public schools, community pool centers, New York City Housing Authority complexes, Libraries, and other locations around the city. No registration, documentation, or ID is required to receive a free breakfast or lunch meal to all children 18 years old and under.
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Top 10 Tips to Be Water Safe

New York City is surrounded by 520 miles of water. We want you to stay safe near and in the water, and also to have fun! Here are our ten favorite tips to help you enjoy our city's waterfront and pools.
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