Bard High School Early College Bronx

1619 BOSTON ROAD, BRONX, NY 10460, Bronx
Hours: 09:00am - 03:35pm
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Opening in September, 2023, Bard High School Early College Bronx is a partnership between Bard College and New York City Public Schools. This innovative public high school will offer young people in the South Bronx a set of extraordinary opportunities, including: 1. Enabling students to graduate from high school with 60 transferable, Bard College credits and a Bard College AA degree, entirely free of cost to students and their families. 2. A core curriculum in the biomedical sciences and the liberal arts. 3. Extensive guidance in postsecondary options and credit transfer. 4. Internships and applied learning opportunities, particularly in the biomedical sciences. 5. Robust student support structures that attend to students academic, social, and developmental needs. To learn more about the Bard High School Early College model, please visitĀ

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Bard High School Early College Bronx(X49C)

Students are admitted based on a school-based assessment, and in some cases also their course grades.
  • (Group 1) Residents of District 7 will be prioritized for 20% of seats
  • (Group 2) Residents of District 9 will be prioritized for 20% of seats
  • (Group 3) Residents of District 12 will be prioritized for 20% of seats
  • (Group 4) Residents of District 8 will be prioritized for 10% of seats
  • (Group 5) Residents of District 10 will be prioritized for 10% of seats
  • (Group 6) Residents of District 11 will be prioritized for 10% of seats
  • (Group 7) Then New York City residents will be considered for remaining seats
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Bard High School Early College Bronx (X49C)
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