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New Design High School

350 Grand Street Manhattan, NY 10002

More about New Design High School

Population 423 students
School Type High
Grades 9th-12th
2013 Progress
Report
B
Avg. Attendance Rate 85%
Language Classes
  • Spanish
Program Highlights
  • NDHS uses design as a basis for learning. Students are exposed to the fields of fine art fundamentals of design
  • fashion and merchandising
  • product design
  • invention and entrepreneurship. Teaching artists
  • through Urban Arts Partnership
  • the school's main cultural partner
  • augment the existing curriculum through the fields of media and communications
  • graphic design
  • sound design and film and motion graphics.
Artistic Extracurriculars
  • Animation
  • Filmmaking
  • Dance
  • Theater
  • Poets and Playwrights
  • Youth Empowerment Leadership for Boys and Girls
Clubs
  • Yearbook
  • Photography
Academic Extracurriculars
  • The Spot (After-school Homework Support)
  • School Magazine (8 1/2 X ll)
Cultural & Arts Partners)
  • New Museum of Contemporary Art
  • Center for Architecture
Higher Education Partnerships
  • New York University (NYU) Steinhardt School of Culture Education
  • and Human Development
  • Columbia University (Double Discovery Center)
Community Organization Partners
  • Urban Arts Partnership
  • Community of Unity and Open Road of New York
Corporate Partners
  • Gensler Design
  • Lipman
Sports
  • Basketball
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  • Performance6 Average
  • Satisfaction 5 Average
  • Diversity 5 Average
6/9 Key indicators of this school's performance, including test scores and graduation rates. View All Data »
Performance Statistics
SAT Scores 1201 / 2400
Average
Regents English
78%
Average
Regents Mathematics
61%
Average
Regents Science
74%
Average
Regents History
40%
Below Average
Regents Rate
53%
Average
10-Credit Rate
73%
Average
Weighted Diploma Rate 235.5 / 350
Above Average
Regents Completion 50.1 / 100
Average
College Enrollment Rate 57.6 / 100
Average
Needs Index
LowHigh
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