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Check your child's grades regularly on JupiterEd

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We use Google Meet for Parent-Teacher Conferences

Review the State and City requirements for graduation

A great resource for how to read a high school transcript in NYC Schools. You can also access in multiple languages.

NYC Public Schools published school year calendars through 2026

Your NYC Schools Account is your gateway to family-facing technology to support and track your children's progress through public school education at the NYC Department of Education.

New York Public Schools' News & Info Blog for Families. 

A guide to New York CIty Public Schools' special education services

Parent University seeks to educate and empower families as partners, advocates, and lifelong educators in their student's education through free courses, resources, events, and activities.

Parent University serves all families, from early childhood through adulthood. Even if you are not a parent, we encourage you to become involved with Parent University.  With an expanding course list Parent University is ready to support you. Register and enroll for a course today!

Each child’s maximum potential can best be achieved through a partnership between parents and the education community. To foster active engagement between parents and schools, parents have certain rights and responsibilities.

The Chancellor's Regulations include policies on budget, operations, discipline and family rights. 

Get a Library Card: Brooklyn Public Library's card is free for anyone who lives, works, pays property taxes or goes to school in New York state. There is a limit of one library card per person.

Advocates for Children of New York works on behalf of children who are at greatest risk for school-based discrimination and/or academic failure due to poverty, disability, race, ethnicity, immigrant or English Language Learner status, sexual orientation, gender identity, homelessness, or involvement in the foster care or juvenile justice systems.

Equity and access for young people with disabilities: INCLUDEnyc connects young people to resources and helps them thrive in school, at work, and in the community.

IDNYC is a broadly accepted FREE government-issued photo identification card for all New Yorkers, from all backgrounds, and from all five boroughs. Your immigration status does not matter. 

Additional resources from the Citywide Council of High Schools (CCHS) including college and career planning as well as job and internship opportunities. 

My Next Move is an interactive tool for job seekers and students to learn more about their career options. My Next Move has tasks, skills, salary information, and more for over 900 different careers. 

Serving the Education & Employment Needs of New York State's Adult Citizens: Includes information and opportunities for a variety of programs and services for adults.