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- We value each individual. We believe one person can make a difference.
- We value the process of learning. We believe knowledge is power and the journey is the reward.
- We believe that each member of our learning community is vital to our success.
- We value the diverse contributions of each member of our learning community.
- We believe people learn best from each other in heterogeneous, collaborative groupings.
- We value the differences and similarities of the human spirit and the people of the world. We believe that we are all linked in some way.
- We value effective communication and creative problem solving skills. We believe in the importance of understanding each other and our world.
- We value challenges. We believe that anything worth doing requires passion, persistence, commitment, calculated risk-taking and creativity.
- We value respect, responsibility, reflective thinking, accountability, flexibility, kindness, resourcefulness, generosity and integrity. We believe in moral and ethical behavior.
- We value a supportive, caring and safe environment. We believe in multiple perspectives for all of our students.
- We value our local and global communities. We believe in embracing our responsibilities as contributing members to our communities through responsible and informed decision making and through community service.
- We value a community of practice.
- We believe collectively that every child will succeed.

Latest News.


Meet the Staff

On Thursday, September 29, we will have our first virtual Meet the Staff night. This event will take place virtually, via Zoom, beginning at 5:00 pm. The event will conclude at 8:00 pm.
Links for this event are attached. Please click on this article for the links.

Tech HELP Room for Meet the Staff

During Meet the Staff night (9/29, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm), if you need help finding out which room to go to, please click this article for assistance.
Senior Family Night

SENIOR Family Night 9/28

The CYD College and Career Office is hosting Senior Family Night. We are inviting all parents of senior students to attend with your student to gain important information about the college process. It is a virtual event and we have provided all the ZOOM information in the attached flyer. We look forward to seeing you then and will be happy to answer any questions.

Tutoring Schedule

Tutoring is available to all students every Monday and Tuesday and some Wednesdays from 2:36 pm - 3:15 pm. See attached schedule or speak to your teacher for more information.
PTA Meeting 9/14

PTA Meeting 9/14 at 6PM

Our first PTA meeting will be Wednesday, September 14th at 6PM. It will be held on Microsoft Teams. The link can be found in the email that was sent out as well as on the website in the PTA Meeting tab under "Parents".
day one

First Day of School

The first day of school for all students is Wednesday, September 7. All students must report to the Lower Auditorium during their appointed time to pick up vital documents.
The first day of academic classes is Thursday, September 8th.
fall sports info


Please look here for all information about upcoming tryouts for fall sports! Proper forms are attached.
Free summer meal program

Free Summer Meals

The DOE will be providing free summer meals (breakfast and lunch) to all NYC residents ages 18 years old and younger. The program will begin on Tuesday 6/28, and run through Friday 9/2. Click the link for more information on menus and pickup sites.
freshmen orientation

Freshman Orientation Pt. 2

If you missed our first orientation last night, don't worry! We are hosting 2 smaller orientation sessions for those who missed the first one. They will be held on 6/23 and 6/24 at 9AM. We will be going over the same information as the first orientation.

Last Day of School

Monday, June 27 is the last day of school for all students.
Students in grades 9, 10 and 11 must report at 9 AM
Seniors must report to school according to their scheduled time indicated below.

School Stats.

  • $2.8 Million In Grants and Scholarships
  • 95% Graduation Rate
  • 1,100 AP Exams Administered
  • 50+ Clubs and Teams Offered

Upcoming Events

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Mission & Vision.

We are dedicated to providing a safe and nurturing learning environment at the high school for health professions and human services. We prepare our students to enter higher education and the world of health care by maintaining challenging academic standards and integrating education into professional settings so that they acquire scientific knowledge, ethics, integrity and compassion.