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Coalition School for Social Change

2351 1 St Avenue Manhattan, NY 10035

More about Coalition School for Social Change

Population 349 students
School Type High
Grades 9th-12th
2013 Progress
Report
F
Avg. Attendance Rate 80%
Advanced Placement Courses
  • English Literature and Composition
Language Classes
  • Spanish
Program Highlights
  • Interdisciplinary curriculum with technology integration
  • Advisory
  • college advisement
  • community service
  • Regents and RCT examination skill support
  • College Now; full range of electives including drama
  • architecture
  • conversational French
  • environmental
  • guitar
  • academic intervention services
Artistic Extracurriculars
  • Field trips to area museums and cultural institutions
  • Student Government
  • SPARK (Leadership Program)
Clubs
  • Model United Nations
  • Art
  • Dance
  • Yearbook
  • Swim
  • Running
  • Flag Football
  • Soccer
  • Crafts
  • Electronic Music; students have the option to form new clubs with a teacher sponsor
Academic Extracurriculars
  • Homework Help and Tutoring
  • Regents Examination and SAT preparation
  • NovaNet
Cultural & Arts Partners)
  • Midori and Friends
  • Early Stages
  • Amas Musical Theatre
  • Carnegie Hall Global Encounters
Higher Education Partnerships
  • John Jay College
  • Columbia University
  • Fordham University
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  • Performance5 Average
  • Satisfaction 4 Average
  • Diversity 5 Average
5/9 Key indicators of this school's performance, including test scores and graduation rates. View All Data »
Performance Statistics
SAT Scores 1067 / 2400
Average
Regents English
84%
Average
Regents Mathematics
55%
Average
Regents Science
71%
Average
Regents History
49%
Average
Regents Rate
27%
Below Average
10-Credit Rate
65%
Below Average
Weighted Diploma Rate 109.8 / 350
Below Average
Regents Completion 20.9 / 100
Below Average
College Enrollment Rate 21.8 / 100
Below Average