Queens High School of Teaching Liberal Arts and School's Full Profile
Queens High School of Teaching Liberal Arts and School says
Queens High School of Teaching, Liberal Arts and the Sciences is an ideal school for students who wish to become educators or work in related fields. Our students are programmed into one of three small learning communities where they are known by peers and teachers. We offer a daily literacy program with an emphasis on self-selected reading, a student Advisory program, and a Teaching Institute (see program description). The school is a state-of-the-art facility with contemporary computer labs, science labs, and a theatre; the school also has extensive community partnerships. We are located on a beautiful 32-acre landscaped campus in eastern Queens.
Exploration of Teaching and related education professions, Internships through the Teaching Institute, Internships in other career professions through the WISE Individualized Senior Experience program, Museum Art Internships, College Now, St. John's University College Advantage Program, College level courses at Queens College and Queensborough Community College, Advisory, Drop Everything and Read (DEAR)
Students engage in teaching methods in all classes. Students can apply to a voluntary 1-year internship in teaching in 11th or 12th grade. Students are part of grade level cohorts and participate in interdisciplinary units and projects.
Program Specialization: Teaching
Available Seats in Freshmen Class: 246
Admission Method: Educational option
Buses: Q43, Q46
Trains: F to Union Turnpike-Kew Gardens
Public schools are supported through local, state, and federal funding, and do not charge tuition to students who attend them.
Priority to students attending PS/IS 266Q and PS/MS 208Q
Then to Districts 26 and 29 students or residents
Then to Queens students or residents
Then to New York City residents
Regular Application Deadline: December 2
88% of students graduate from Queens High School of Teaching Liberal Arts and School
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Student Teacher Ratio
20 : 1
46% Male / 54% Female
of students qualify for a free or reduced price school lunch at
Queens High School of Teaching Liberal Arts and School.
Percentage of Student Body
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
Black or African American
American Indian or Alaska Native
There were 65 incidents of bullying last year at Queens High School of Teaching Liberal Arts and School, which equals 0.0543 incidents per student.
Academic Excellence (ACE) Learning Support, After-school Samuel Field Y Recreation Program, Ambassadors Program, ARISTA, Art, Asian American, Book Club, Books and Bagels, Cheerleading, Chess, Choir, Chorus, Debate Team, Drama, Fashion, Film, Gardening, Habitat for Humanity, Mentoring, Music, National Honor Society, Robotics, Science Olympiad, SOS, STEP, Theater Group, Writing Center, Yoga