Gotham Collaborative High School (08X452)

1980 Lafayette Avenue, Bronx, NY 10473, Bronx
Phone: 718-597-1587
Hours: 8:00am - 3:00pm
Principal: David Liu
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Bus: Bx22, Bx27, Bx36, Bx39, Bx5, BxM8
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Gotham Collaborative High School offers students access to the resources and supports needed to reach their highest potential. Gotham also provides students with college and career exploration and preparation opportunities to equip them for their postsecondary life after high school. - We have an extensive Internship program that offers upperclassmen the opportunity to intern at one of our 100+ partnerships across NYC in diverse fields, including medicine, fashion design, and culinary arts. - We are a FutureReadyNYC school, providing access to courses for those interested in the healthcare field, while also preparing students for work in any field. Students explore a range of careers, acquire 21st century employability skills including financial literacy, and earn paid work-based learning opportunities and early college credits and credentials. - Our College Pathway Program provides students the opportunity to take college courses all four years to graduate with an Associate's Degree in addition to a high school diploma. We are part of the Career Readiness and Modern Youth Apprenticeship (CRMYA) pilot, which helps us support career readiness for all our students. We have courses that help our ninth and tenth graders explore their career interests and develop readiness skills. Our students can apply for apprenticeships in tech, finance, and business, which allows them to earn and learn while in high school.

Academic Highlights: FutureReadyNYC: Healthcare (Diagnostic Medicine), Career Readiness & Modern Youth Apprenticeship (CRMYA) School

Other Features: College Trips, Community School, CRMYA School, Early College, Early College School, Extended Day Program, FutureReadyNYC School, Health Center, Internships Available, Online Grading System, Program(s) with 1 GE Applicant Per Seat, Program(s) with 1 SWD Applicant Per Seat, Summer Orientation, Weekend Programs

School Features:

  • Offers 10th Grade Seats
  • School whose primary location is co-located with another school

AP Courses, Languages & Sports
AP Courses
Algebra II (Advanced Math), AP Computer Science Principles, AP Statistics, Chemistry (Advanced Science), Comp Sci/Math Tech (Advanced Placement), Econ/Gov (College Course [Credited]), ELA (College Course [Credited]), Math (College Course [Credited]), Other (College Course [Credited]), Social Studies (College Course [Credited])
Boys PSAL Sports
Baseball, Basketball, Football, Outdoor Track, Soccer
Girls PSAL Sports
Badminton, Basketball, Indoor Track, Outdoor Track, Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Volleyball
Gotham Collaborative(X32A)
Humanities & Interdisciplinary

Student-centered instruction emphasizes critical thinking and questioning, as well as building strong literacy skills. Students in 9th grade can apply to our College Pathway Program in the fall and begin college classes in the spring semester. Students in 11th and 12th grade can elect to participate in an internship in a field related to their unique interests.

Students are randomly selected
  • (Group 1) Priority to Bronx students or residents
  • (Group 2) Then to New York City residents
College Preparatory Program(X32B)
Humanities & Interdisciplinary

In conjunction with Monroe College, our College Preparatory Program offers students access to earn multiple college credits in high school. College courses are offered at the school during the school day, after school as well as at the college campus. Credits earned with Monroe College will be transferable to any college that accepts Monroe College transfer credits.

Ed. Opt. programs admit students across all academic levels. Students are grouped into Low, Middle, and High categories based on a composite of their academic data. One-third of offers are made to students in each category.
  • (Group 1) Priority to Bronx students or residents
  • (Group 2) Then to New York City residents
75X017 D75 Inclusion Program at Gotham Collaborative High School(X32U)

Student & Admissions Statistics
School Year
Total Students Across All Grades
    Grade 12 Students
    Grade 11 Students
    Grade 10 Students
    Grade 9 Students
Avg. Class Size
Complaints / Suspensions
10 / 61
11 / 104
Graduation %
College %
Total Applicants / Seats
Total Offers
278 (52) / 113
291 / 120
College Preparatory Program (X32B)
GE Applicants / Seats:
SWD Applicants / Seats:

15 / 27 (0.56)
2 / 7 (0.29)
Offers - Waitlist
75X017 D75 Inclusion Program at Gotham Collaborative High School (X32U)
GE Applicants / Seats:
SWD Applicants / Seats:

0 / 0 (0.00)
0 / 0 (0.00)
Gotham Collaborative (X32A)
GE Applicants / Seats:
SWD Applicants / Seats:

16 / 59 (0.27)
8 / 15 (0.53)
Offers - Waitlist
Survey Summary & Data (2022-23)
Student Responses - 78% responded
Academic Rigor 
Academic Engagement 
Bully Prevention 
Mental Support 
Post-School Support 
Teacher Responses - 81% responded
Academic Rigor 
School Satisfaction 
Student Behavior 
Student Support 
School Leadership 
Instructional Clarity 
Instructional Development 
Post-School Support 
Family Responses - 63% responded
Teacher Support 
School Community 
School Leadership 
Post-School Support 

Note: Yellow bars indicate city-wide averages for the associated category

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Academic Summary & Data (2022-23)
Academic Proficiency
4-Year Grad. %
Avg. CC Regents Score
Avg. Non-CC Regents Score
College Aptitude
CCPC Index
Avg. SAT Math Score
Avg. SAT Read/Write Score
2-Year College 12.50%
4-Year College 15.70%
Unknown 71.80%

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School Demographics (2022-23)
Student Population:
Male 56.30%
Female 43.70%
English Language Learners:
Students with IEPs:
Economic Need Index: 
Student Ethnicity:
Asian 3.10%
Black 29.90%
Hispanic 59.40%
White 5.00%
Other 2.60%
Teacher Ethnicity:
Black 22.60%
Hispanic 35.50%
White 25.80%
Other 16.10%