Graduation Rate: 92% of students graduate in four years.
Attendance Rate: 94% of students attendance.
Percentage of Students Enough Variety: 95% students feel that this school offers a wide enough variety of programs, classes, and activities to keep them interested in school.
College Career Rate: 77% of students enroll in college or career programs within 6 months.
Percentage of Students Safe: 94% students feel safe in the hallways, bathrooms, locker room and cafeteria. (Student opinions on school safety, as reported on the NYC School Survey.)
Program 1: East Side Community
Program description: Our rigorous college preparatory curriculum requires students in each class to read, write, think, analyze, share, explore, solve, create, collaborate, present, discuss, debate, question, defend, negotiate, compromise, and most importantly, reflect upon themselves as learners. The goal of the school is to create a community of highly skilled students, lifetime learners, critical thinkers and socially responsible citizens who, upon graduation, will be prepared to succeed in college and beyond.
Interest: Humanities & Interdisciplinary
Offer Rate: -65% of offers went to this group
Seats 9 GE: 72
Grade 9 GE filled flag: Y
Grade 9 GE applicants: 1263
Grade 9 GE applicants per seat: 18
Seats 9 SWD: 15
Grade 9 SWD filled flag: Y
Grade 9 SWD applicants: 344
Grade 9 SWD applicants per seat: 23
Seats 10: No
Admissions priority 1: Priority to continuing 8th graders
Admissions priority 2: Then to New York City residents
Requirement 1: Attendance
Requirement 2: Punctuality
Requirement 3: Course Grades: Average (82-100)
Demonstrated Special Talent
Preference to students residing in the Lower East Side
Extracurricular activities: Brotherhood, Chess, Community Service, Crew/Rowing Team, Cooking, Cycling, Dance, Debate, Environmental Club, Gardening, Gay-Straight Alliance, Graphic Novel, Guggenheim Mentor Program, Guitar Ensemble, Jewelry Making, LES Girls Club, Model UN, Music Production through BEAT Rhymers, National Honors Society, Photography, Principal's Book Club, Rock Band, Rock Climbing through, Travel Club, School Newspaper, Sisterhood, Stoked: Skateboarding, Snowboarding & Surfing , Student Council, Yoga and more
Psal Sports Boys: Baseball, Basketball, Soccer
Psal Sports Girls: Basketball, Soccer, Softball, Volleyball
School sports: (NCAA Cleared) Baseball, Basketball, Crew/Rowing, Cycling, Fitness, Rock Climbing, Running, Skateboarding, Snowboarding, Soccer, Softball, Surfing, Volleyball, Yoga
Total students: 683
Start time: 8:30am
End time: 3:30pm
Grades 2018: 6 to 12
Final grades: 6 to 12
ELL programs: English as a New Language
Language classes: Spanish
Advancedplacement courses: AP Chemistry, AP Computer Science, AP English Literature and Composition
Additional info: College Trips; Community Service Expected; Extended Day Program; Internships; Online Grading System; Saturday Programs; Student Parent Orientation; Summer Internships; Weekend Programs
NTA: East Village
Neighborhood: East Village
School Number: M060
Shared space: Yes
Community board: 3
Council district: 2
Census tract: 34
About East Side Community School
Address: 420 East 12th Street, Manhattan NY 10009
Phone number: 212-460-8467
Fax number: 212-260-9657
School email: [email protected]
Subway: 6 to Astor Place; L to 1st Ave
Bus: M1, M101, M102, M103, M14A, M14D, M15, M15-SBS, M2, M23-SBS, M3, M8, M9
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All students develop graduation portfolios in the core subjects and present and defend their work in roundtables to committees each semester.
In addition to several AP & College Prep classes, our College Now program offers students 15-20 college classes each semester at Hunter College
Full-time college counselor, through the College Bound Initiative, works with each student to effectively navigate the college application process.
Electives: Visual & Digital Art, Photography, Music, Chess, Coding, Theater, Skateboarding, Action Sports Marketing, Dance, Yoga, Journalism
Advisory system ensures that we know every student well and have a strong connection with their families each year and throughout the college process