Urban Assembly School for Law and Justice's Full Profile
Urban Assembly School for Law and Justice says
Knowledge of the law is power in the world. The Urban Assembly School for Law and Justice (SLJ) prepares students for college and beyond through a challenging academic program with an emphasis on law and justice. Students are supported throughout their academic careers with dedicated teachers, a nationally recognized college and career readiness curriculum, and a vast array of student opportunities. SLJ graduates are strong readers and writers who think critically, work cooperatively, and question constantly. Through a four-year college-readiness sequence, students learn that school is not merely preparation for life; it is life. SLJ students participate in the democratic process through involvement in Student Council, Town Hall meetings and Youth Court. Through integrated partnerships, supportive relationships, and academically rigorous course-work, students will develop strong communication skills and an understanding of the role law plays in society. SLJ is committed to involving families and community members with an open door policy, frequent home contact, and monthly family events. Every student has an advisor who is the liaison between the family and the school.
Interdisciplinary Law focused Curriculum: Forensic Science, Constitutional Law, Global Issues; Advanced Placement; Research Writing; Technology
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Student Teacher Ratio
15 : 1
40% Male / 60% Female
of students qualify for a free or reduced price school lunch at
Urban Assembly School for Law and Justice.
Percentage of Student Body
Black or African American
American Indian or Alaska Native
There were 8 incidents of bullying last year at Urban Assembly School for Law and Justice, which equals 0.0175 incidents per student.
AP Summer Camp, Cheerleading, Choir, Technology, Courtroom Drama, Dance, Film Editing, Gay/Straight Alliance, Graffiti Arts, Law Club, Martial Arts, Mentoring, Mock Trial, New York University High School Law Institute, Photography, Reading Excellence and Discovery (READ), SAT Prep, SLJ Youth Court, Spoken Word, Step, Student Council, Teens Take the City, Tutoring, Young Men's Association, Young Women's Association, Sports: Baseball, Volleyball, Track, Soccer