Through our fantastic high school special education curriculum, we provide our students with a balanced approach to learning that caters to their individual needs.Read more
You may have heard the term "small group instruction" tossed around in high schools. But what does it really mean? And why is it important?Read more
We offer high school special ed programs that benefit students with learning differences.Read more
If your child has been diagnosed with ADHD or dyslexia, you may feel overwhelmed and unsure of your options.Read more
As the parent of a child with different needs, you may be wondering if it is worth sending your child to a school for special education.Read more
A team-building exercise to teach and develop collaboration, innovation, and creativity.Read more
Our ninth grade students were given the task to engineer and design earthquake-resistant buildings.Read more
Community High School Senior Luncheon at Biddy O'Malley's in Englewood, New Jersey. Many are on their way to NY and NJ colleges, and beyond!Read more
Every year, NYC Students are eligible to apply for the Summer Youth Employment Program through the Department of Youth and Community Development. All students who live in New York City and are between the ages of 14 and 24 can apply. This program offers career exploration opportunities and paid work experience.
Application deadline is April 26, so hurry!View and Print Application
Our Career Discovery trip to Smashburger in Lodi, NJ gave our students an introduction to the food services industry.
Manager Don Baker explained to our students various aspects of his job, including responsibilities to corporate, his Smashburger location, his employees and his customers. In addition, Don discussed what he looks for throughout the hiring process and his expectations for his employees.
Community High School's sophomore class visited Urban Air in South Hackensack. Students enjoyed their time by jumping on the open trampoline areas, battling on the balance beam, rock climbing, dodgeball and obstacle courses. The students took the opportunity to strengthen relationships with their friends, as well as create new memories and bonds with others in their class. Our trip to Urban Air was a success defined by the laughter, fun, smiles and great memories made.
The Career Discovery program's trip to the Teaneck Police Department, located in Teaneck, New Jersey, allowed our students to explore a career in law enforcement.
A police officer's daily task would be maintaining orders to keep their community safe. A typical day of a police officer is assisting in emergency scenes, responding to burglaries, and monitoring the roadways. This could include handling accidents and stopping cars for traffic violations. For every incident that occurs the officer has to file a report.
On our tour of the police facility, we toured the communications room, processing areas, and prisoner cells. Our students learned about the technology used in the building and the police vehicles.
We are grateful for the opportunity to visit the Teaneck Police Department.