High School For Health Professions & Human Services

News and Announcements

CDI College Financial Aid Night Resources

Thank you to all of the students & families who attended CDI Financial Aid Night! We hope you enjoyed the presentations and learned something new about funding a college education. CDI would also like to show their appreciation to the PTA for partnering with us to host such a successful event.
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2019 Water Testing Post Remediation Results

Attached is a notice from the NYC DOE Water Testing Team. Please note that this is a follow up to a May 31, 2019 water test results notification letter. The DOE is pleased to share that they have successfully completed remediation work at Health Professions HS (Ol Sty) - M (High School for Health Professions and Human Services at 345 East 15th Street Manhattan, NY 10003). The remediated fixtures were tested and the final laboratory results indicate that there are no elevated levels of lead in any of the fixtures.
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Winter Recess - No School

There is NO school from December 21 - January 1. Students return to school on Thursday January 2. There is NO Saturday tutoring on December 21 and NO Saturday tutoring on December 28.
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Theodore Roosevelt Public Speaking Contest

High school juniors are invited to compete in the national Theodore Roosevelt Public Speaking Contest to win scholarships and awards. Challenge yourself to develop a speech on "Why Theodore Roosevelt matters in the 21st century", while enhancing your critical thinking, leadership, and independent research skills.
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Saturday Regents Prep Academy

If you were not able to attend our Saturday Regents Prep Academy Assembly, please see attached presentation. Speak to your Guidance Counselor about this great opportunity. As Principal Gentile stated, "Take advantage, take advantage, take advantage!" This is a great opportunity. Prepare yourself for success by attending our prep academy.
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L Train

Beginning Monday, November 11th the Brooklyn-bound 1st Avenue entrance to the L Train will be closed until April 2020. Our community will have to use the newly opened Brooklyn-bound entrance on Avenue A and 14th Street.
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