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Remote Instruction for all students starts on September 16th with check-ins.  Regular classes begin on September 21st remotely; students in Blended Instruction start coming into our building on October 1st.  Please visit our COVID-19 Information and Healthy Practices page; you can find it in the Remote Learning tab!  Stay safe and healthy!  Masks, social distancing, handwashing and staying home if you are sick (get tested if there is a possibility of COVID-19.)  Please disregard student schedules posted in Pupilpath, we will let you know when they are up to date and ready for review. We miss you!
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Seniors please look: CUNY Information for Future Students!

CUNY has created a document that will assist students by providing: information for enrollment for admitted students, tips for working with Admissions offices, information about Financial Aid, Advisement and information for Special Programs like SEEK/CD and ASAP/ACE. All information you need in the admissions process!
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Seniors- Check your CUNYFirst Account

Everyone should have claimed their CUNYFirst Account!! Claiming your CUNYFirst Account will allow you to check your CUNY application to see:

    If your application is complete
    What schools accepted you
    Will allow you to accept a schools offer of admission
    What your Financial Aid package will be (as long as you have filed FAFSA and TAP)
    Next Steps (Check your To-Do list which is located on the right side once you have signed into the "student center")
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College Coaches Are Here!!!

College Coaches are available to help you with your applications, FAFSA, TAP, verification forms and anything else you need to enroll in the fall. You can help them by filling out this link so they know what you still need to do:
Enroll update form:
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Apply to the Undocu Senior Academy!

The Undocu Senior Academy is a closed community group for undocumented high school seniors to discuss college and plans after high school. They support undocumented students through the college application and financial aid process. This service is FREE!!
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NYS Dream Act Information Session!

Calling all high school seniors and college students! Please attend this Town Hall to learn more about the NYS DREAM ACT. In addition to information about the Dream Act, Make the Road NY will be sharing updates and resources that are available for students and families during COVID-19.

Please share if you know someone who can benefit!

Attachments are in Spanish and English
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