High School for Law, Advocacy and Community Justice's Full Profile
High School for Law, Advocacy and Community Justice says
Our mission is to create a school community that helps our students develop the independent habits of work and mind that will enable them to take advantage of college and career choices after high school. We share our students' college aspirations and expect them to master their course work, serve the community and be active participants in school. From the more supportive environment of our freshman classes to the more challenging classes in senior year, we have incorporated into our school structure the tools our students will need to build a strong portfolio of accomplishments.
Law and Legal Studies, Upperclassmen eligible for classes at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Freshman Success Academy (pairs freshmen with teacher-advisors), College Summit (senior program which focuses on college choice and the college application process)
Students take law courses in their 11th and 12th grade years in addition to their social studies courses; a college preparatory focus is incorporated into the classroom curriculum.
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Student Teacher Ratio
13 : 1
40% Male / 60% Female
of students qualify for a free or reduced price school lunch at
High School for Law, Advocacy and Community Justice.
Percentage of Student Body
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
Black or African American
American Indian or Alaska Native
There were 19 incidents of bullying last year at High School for Law, Advocacy and Community Justice, which equals 0.0378 incidents per student.