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Freshman Applying for 10th Grade Transfer

HIGH SCHOOL ENROLLMENT – FALL 2023

 

 

 WE ARE STILL WAITING FOR DATES IN REGARD TO 10TH GRADE TRANSFERS.

THIS WEBSITE WILL BE UPDATED AS SOON AS WE GET INFORMATION.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE.

 

Registration is now open for Specialized High Schools Admissions Test (SHSAT), High School Application and LaGuardia Application. All current 8th and first-time 9th grade students who live in New York City can apply to high school and test and/or audition to apply to the Specialized High Schools during the 2021-2022 school year.

 

MS and HS Admissions Timeline

  •  SHSAT Registration Opens
  •  HS Application Opens
  •  MS Application Opens
  •  SHSAT Deadline
  •  SHSAT School Testing
  •  SHSAT Weekend Testing
  •  SHSAT Weekend Testing (9th Graders & late registrants)
  •  MS / HS Application Deadline
  • Early March: High School Offers
  • April: Middle School Offers
 

         For families who have never used MySchools before, their personalized welcome letter will help them set up their MySchools account and add their child using their unique account creation code.

 

         For families who have already used MySchools in a previous year, they just need to log in! They can re-set their MySchools password if needed. If a family logs into MySchools and does not see their child’s name on the Dashboard page, that’s okay--they just need their welcome letter and they should follow the instructions there.

 

         Non-public schools (private, parochial, independent, etc.) can now add their current 8th grade and/or 9th grade students to MySchools who want to participate in NYC High School Admissions, including registering for the SHSAT.

 

Testing Accommodations on the SHSAT:

  • Students who already receive testing accommodations on their assessments in school are entitled to testing accommodations on the SHSAT.​ This includes:​
    • Students with existing testing accommodations on their current IEP.​
    • Students with an existing 504 Plan that includes testing accommodations.​
    • Students who are English Language Learners (ELL) or eligible former English Language Learners.

 

Resources for schools and families:

 

 

If you are having any difficulties or need help registering, please go to Room 106, Guidance Department and ask for Ms. Loretta.