Institute for Collaborative Education's Full Profile
Institute for Collaborative Education says
The Institute for Collaborative Education (ICE) is founded on the principles of the Coalition of Essential Schools and is a member of the New York State Performance Standards Consortium. As a progressive school, our courses and units of study are inquiry-based and designed to develop students' critical thinking skills. Students engage in academically challenging performance-based assessment tasks and projects that demonstrate their understanding of course material. ICE provides students additional advanced learning opportunities through our collaborations and partnerships with local universities, colleges and community-based organizations.
Seven-year (6th-12th grade) academic program that culminates in Performance-based Assessment Task Graduation Requirements in all core subject areas: History, Literature, Math, Science & Spanish; Senior Circle Electives have included: Multimedia Technology, Songwriting/Poetry, Studio; Digital & Performing Arts, Photography, Intro to Psychology/Philosophy; Math Magic, Health and Nutrition Awareness, Computer Game Programming; Music, Studio Art, 7-year Music program featuring MS and HS Jazz Band and multiple ensembles, Neuroscience program, Collaboration with The City University of New York (CUNY) and New York University (NYU) Neuroscience Labs
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Student Teacher Ratio
20 : 1
55% Male / 45% Female
of students qualify for a free or reduced price school lunch at
Institute for Collaborative Education.
Percentage of Student Body
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
Black or African American
American Indian or Alaska Native
There were 2 incidents of bullying last year at Institute for Collaborative Education, which equals 0.004 incidents per student.
Big Sibs/Little Sibs Peer Mentoring, Advisory System, Chemistry, Chess, College Bound, Craftmatics, Dance, Japanese Appreciation, Leadership, Literary Magazine, Mathletes, Music, NeuroScience Brain Bee, New York Urban Debate League, Ethnomusicology, Film Studies, Outdoors Experience, Performance Perspectives, Photography, Songwriting, Studio Art, Technology, Think College Now, Youth Media