We are committed to preparing a diverse community of students to become lifelong learners and providers of excellent health care. Our curriculum is embedded with health-related themes and a focus on the sciences. Students may earn college credits through our partnerships with Hostos and Bronx Community Colleges. All students are required to complete 120 hours of fieldwork in one of our many health-related internships. Preparing students for college and the world of work is a necessity, so we employ a full-time College Bound counselor and various staff from community-based organizations to support us in reaching that goal.
Internships in Health Careers, College Bound Initiative, Health-related programs and courses
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Student Teacher Ratio
18 : 1
29% Male / 71% Female
of students qualify for a free or reduced price school lunch at
Health Opportunities High School.
Percentage of Student Body
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
Black or African American
American Indian or Alaska Native
There were 44 incidents of bullying last year at Health Opportunities High School, which equals 0.0724 incidents per student.
American Red Cross, buildOn, Changing the Odds, Debate Team, Digital Photography, Drama, History Through Film, Multicultural Awareness, National Honor Society/Arista, Newspaper, Poets and Spoken Word Artists, Rappoetics for Young Writers, School Leadership Team, Step Team, Student Government, The Men of Strength, The Pom Squad: School Spirit Squad; Yearbook, The Young Actors Club (student theatre group performs plays twice a year), Young Men's Leadership, Young Women's Leadership.