Community Health Academy of the Heights's Full Profile
Community Health Academy of the Heights says
We provide a small school setting in which students learn about health-related issues facing our community. Our goal is that each student will understand and internalize the physical, emotional and academic qualities of health that are developmentally appropriate to his or her age. We prepare our graduates for careers in health care through our use of a health-themed curriculum and mentoring programs with health professionals supported by community partnerships. These opportunities promote awareness of healthy lifestyles and ensure that our students become agents of change in the community. All of these resources will empower our students on a personal and community level.
Academic Core Courses: English, Social Studies, Science, Mathematics; Advisory, Remediation, Enrichment in all Core Subjects and Spanish; Research Courses and Writing Electives with an Integrated Health Curriculum and Grade-level Projects, Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) College Prep, Problem-based Learning (PBL), College Awareness, Career Awareness, SAT Prep (11th grade), Intro to Community Health, Concepts in Wellness, Support Services, Community Health-related Service Learning and Internship opportunities, 10th & 11th Grade Pre-Internship Hospital Mentoring Program at New York-Presbyterian Medical College and Hospital
Program Specialization: Humanities and Interdisciplinary
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Student Teacher Ratio
13 : 1
52% Male / 48% Female
of students qualify for a free or reduced price school lunch at
Community Health Academy of the Heights.
Percentage of Student Body
Black or African American
American Indian or Alaska Native
There were 8 incidents of bullying last year at Community Health Academy of the Heights, which equals 0.0175 incidents per student.
After-school Music and Art Groups, After-school Tutoring Program, Community Service Program, EATwise, Freshman Leadership Initiative, Student Government, Swimming Club, Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country