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Secondary School for Journalism

237 7 Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11215

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Population 336 students
School Type Secondary
Grades 8th-12th
2013 Progress
Report
C/
Avg. Attendance Rate 91%
Advanced Placement Courses
  • English Literature and Composition
  • United States History
Language Classes
  • Spanish
Program Highlights
  • Documentary Production
  • Audio and Visual Formats
  • On-line Publication
  • Mentorships
  • Internships
  • Field Trips
  • on-going Speaker Series with The Daily News
  • The New York Times
  • Home Box Office (HBO); College Now
  • 9th grade intervention
  • leadership and teen youth program Publications: Newspaper Public Forum Press
  • Literary Magazine
  • Yearbook
Artistic Extracurriculars
  • Drama
  • Family Life Theatre on-going artistic residence
  • Teen Center and Program (YMCA)
  • Support and Leadership Training for Young Women (WYSE)
Clubs
  • Model United Nations
  • Animal Lab
  • Progressive Forum
  • Science
  • Math Team
  • Newspaper
  • Origami
  • Book-of-the-Month
Academic Extracurriculars
  • National Honor Society
  • Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID)
Higher Education Partnerships
  • Long Island University
  • Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism
  • New York University
  • New York City College of Technology
  • Hunter College
  • Brooklyn College
Non-Profit Opportunities
  • Project 826-STEW magazine
  • Reel Works (video documentary production)
Community Organization Partners
  • Park Slope YMCA Teen Center; Project Reach Youth (PRY)
  • Woman & Youth Supporting Each Other (WYSE)
Corporate Partners
  • HBO (Documentary Division)
  • ESPN Magazine
Sports
  • Basketball - Teen Center
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  • Performance4 Average
  • Satisfaction 3 Below Average
  • Diversity 7 Above Average
4/9 Key indicators of this school's performance, including test scores and graduation rates. View All Data »
Performance Statistics
SAT Scores 1165 / 2400
Average
Regents English
57%
Below Average
Regents Mathematics
62%
Average
Regents Science
49%
Average
Regents History
66%
Average
8th Grade English 279 / 425
Average
8th Grade Math 280 / 425
Average
Regents Rate
43%
Average
10-Credit Rate
77%
Average
Weighted Diploma Rate 202.2 / 350
Average
Regents Completion 50.7 / 100
Average
College Enrollment Rate 42.3 / 100
Average
Needs Index
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