High School for Media and Communications's Full Profile
High School for Media and Communications says
The High School for Media and Communications is a small learning community whose mission is to provide a rigorous education that encourages and inspires inquiry, creativity, critical thinking and free expression. Our responsibility is to provide a learning environment that is engaging and culturally and socially responsive in order to develop life-long learners who will succeed in college and future careers, and become productive citizens.
Visual Arts Program, Creative Writing/Theater Arts Program, Honors-level courses in English, Global History, and United States History; Journalism/School Newspaper, Student Leadership Program, Freshman Advisory Program, National Honor Society, Writing for College, Introduction to Film, Achieve Now Academy Program, Student Government, College Now Program at The City College of New York
Journalism, creative writing, introduction to media, introduction to film, and website design.
Program Specialization: Communications
Available Seats in Freshmen Class: 150
Admission Method: Educational option
Buses: BX18, BX40, BX7, M101, M3, M4
Trains: A to 190th St; 1 to 191st St
Public schools are supported through local, state, and federal funding, and do not charge tuition to students who attend them.
Priority to District 6 students or residents
Then to Manhattan students or residents
Then to New York City residents
Regular Application Deadline: December 2
67% of students graduate from High School for Media and Communications
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Student Teacher Ratio
17 : 1
64% Male / 36% Female
of students qualify for a free or reduced price school lunch at
High School for Media and Communications.
Percentage of Student Body
Black or African American
American Indian or Alaska Native
There were 22 incidents of bullying last year at High School for Media and Communications, which equals 0.0389 incidents per student.
National Honor Society, Brave/Respect for All/Diversity Club, Double Discovery Center at Columbia University, Journalism/School Newspaper Club, Leadership Program, Dance Club, Cooking Club with Health Corps, Creative Writing, G.W. Campus Youth Theater Company, Peer Mediation, Achieve Now Academy, SAT Preparation Program