Resources for Students

Jupiter Grades

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Ted Talks

Ideas worth Spreading

Google Login

Gotham email accounts are used for communication with teachers, peers, and administration. Use of google classroom is being used in numerous classes. login info:

Khan Academy

Khan Academy offers tutorials video lessons in numerous academic disciplines.

Practice Math, Science, SS, ELA

PBS learning

NYC DOE Dicipline Code

Young Adult Job Applications 2018 Part 1


Summer Youth Employment Program


Science Summer Internships

Jump into spring with Teen Programs at New-York Historical Society! High school girls are invited to spend their spring break in our Tech Scholars Program researching historic women, developing their tech skills, and meeting mentors from across the city. In April and May, participants in our Scholars Program for Teens will explore the art and artifacts in our galleries to learn about the history of U.S. Citizenship.

Final Flyer for SCS JIP HS Division.pdf

The Scales of Justice Academy, Inc., will take place on the campus of Fordham University School of Law, 150 W 62nd Street, New York, NY 10023, from Monday, July 9, 2018, through Friday July 27, 2018, 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. There will also be a day trip to Washington, D.C. Each day will consist of several lectures, approximately one (1) hour each. Breakfast and lunch will be provided to each participant (NO FEE).

Young, female high school students who have an interest in pursuing a legal career are encouraged to apply.

Attached please find the 2018 Student Application packet for the program. The deadline for submission of the application is April 30, 2018.

Thank you for your attention and we look forward to your school’s participation in the Scales of Justice Academy, Inc.

If you have any questions, you may contact us at or (646) 244-0364.

Just a quick reminder - it's not too late to encourage your students to sign up for a free or low cost after school program this spring! Students can choose from hundreds of opportunities in every subject and interest.

Help your students find opportunities in NYC by directing them to Torus:

Y-MVP Fitness Program


The Y-MVP Teen Fitness Challenge class is a FREE program designed to engage teens in greater amounts of Moderate to Vigorous Physical activity. Over the course of eight-week sessions, fitness coaches lead weekly small group training classes at NYC YMCAs. Teens are guided through a progression of cardio, strength, cross-training and flexibility missions and ultimately learn how to set and achieve personal goals. The program blends fun fitness activities with a dynamic mobile app that motivates, recognizes and rewards young people’s MVP levels while helping them to create life-long healthy habits. To register for classes or for more info, please visit the Y-MVP website.





Free Technology Training and Career Development

NPower’s Tech Fundamentals program prepares students to begin careers in the field of information technology by offering free tech training, mentoring from business leaders, paid internships, career development workshops at leading corporations and nonprofits, industry-recognized certifications, job placement services and access to a robust alumni network. In as little as 22 weeks, NPower students develop the tech skills they need to realize a career in technology. The specific coursework focuses on basic tech competencies needed for entry-level IT employment. Visit the NPower website for application and program info.


Strong Path To Graduation

The CUNY Start-ASAP Foster Care Initiative aims to connect students to CUNY Start and/or ASAP to improve persistence and increase their chances of timely graduation at CUNY. The Foster Care Initiative ensures a coordinated pathway to CUNY degree completion and is made possible thanks to the generous support from the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation. The CUNY Start-ASAP Foster Care Initiative will serve students aged 17-21,for application and program information visit CUNY's Start-ASAP website for details.


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Summer in the City is now accepting applications for its free, full-day Summer Academy programs!

Students of all ages can enroll in Summer Academy programs and participate in hands-on-STEM activities, enriching reading and math curriculum, and visits to museums, parks, and other cultural sites!

Learn more about Summer in the City and sign up for its exciting Summer Academy programs by visiting!


The Summer in the City Team

Learn more:


Call: 718-935-2838

Email: receive regular updates about Summer in the City at

In Person: talk to your student’s principal or visit a Family Welcome Center in your neighborhood

Bell Schedule

Period 1 8:45-9:43 am Tuesdays Students have Lunch and Leave at 1:28pm (dismissal at 2:03pm)

Period 2 9:45-10:43 am

Period 3 10:45-11:58 am

Period 4 12:00-12:43 pm

Period 5 12:43-1:28 pm

Period 6 1:28-2:03 pm

Period 7 2:05-3:05 pm