2022-23 True Applicants
True Applicants:
110
True Applicants by District
District unknown
<5
District 01
<5
District 02
<5
District 03
<5
District 04
<5
District 05
<5
District 08
<5
District 09
<5
District 10
<5
District 11
<5
District 13
13
District 14
13
District 15
8
District 16
11
District 17
13
District 18
7
District 19
12
District 20
<5
District 21
<5
District 22
<5
District 23
8
District 24
<5
District 25
<5
District 27
<5
District 28
<5
District 29
<5
District 30
<5
District 31
<5
District 32
<5
True Applicants by Zipcode
Zipcode 10001
<5
Zipcode 10002
<5
Zipcode 10009
<5
Zipcode 10023
<5
Zipcode 10025
<5
Zipcode 10026
<5
Zipcode 10028
<5
Zipcode 10030
<5
Zipcode 10035
<5
Zipcode 10039
<5
Zipcode 10128
<5
Zipcode 10303
<5
Zipcode 10310
<5
Zipcode 10452
<5
Zipcode 10455
<5
Zipcode 10456
<5
Zipcode 10463
<5
Zipcode 10467
<5
Zipcode 10474
<5
Zipcode 11101
<5
Zipcode 11104
<5
Zipcode 11106
<5
Zipcode 11201
<5
Zipcode 11203
<5
Zipcode 11204
<5
Zipcode 11205
10
Zipcode 11206
9
Zipcode 11207
<5
Zipcode 11208
7
Zipcode 11209
<5
Zipcode 11210
<5
Zipcode 11211
<5
Zipcode 11212
9
Zipcode 11213
<5
Zipcode 11214
<5
Zipcode 11215
<5
Zipcode 11216
<5
Zipcode 11217
<5
Zipcode 11218
<5
Zipcode 11219
<5
Zipcode 11220
<5
Zipcode 11221
<5
Zipcode 11222
<5
Zipcode 11223
<5
Zipcode 11224
<5
Zipcode 11225
<5
Zipcode 11226
<5
Zipcode 11228
<5
Zipcode 11229
<5
Zipcode 11230
<5
Zipcode 11231
<5
Zipcode 11232
<5
Zipcode 11233
6
Zipcode 11234
<5
Zipcode 11235
<5
Zipcode 11236
<5
Zipcode 11237
<5
Zipcode 11238
<5
Zipcode 11239
<5
Zipcode 11249
<5
Zipcode 11356
<5
Zipcode 11368
<5
Zipcode 11369
<5
Zipcode 11373
<5
Zipcode 11374
<5
Zipcode 11377
<5
Zipcode 11378
<5
Zipcode 11385
<5
Zipcode 11411
<5
Zipcode 11417
<5
Zipcode 11418
<5
Zipcode 11419
<5
Zipcode 11420
<5
Zipcode 11422
<5
Zipcode 11433
<5
Zipcode 11434
<5
Zipcode 11436
<5
Zipcode 11691
<5
Zipcode 11692
<5

This data was gathered from the NYC DOE's student applications, admissions, and offers reports: https://infohub.nyced.org/reports/government-reports/student-applications-admissions-and-offers

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Ed.Opt

Students are placed into an ed opt category using an average of their final core course seventh-grade core course grades:

Official DOE explanation

Screened

Students fall into a screened admissions groups based on the average of their final seventh-grade core course grades. This average must fall into the top percentage of students citywide or at a student’s school in order to fall within a certain admissions group.

Official DOE explanation

Test

SHSAT required.

Official DOE explanation

Open

Offers are made to students in order by their priority groups and randomly assigned numbers, through the process of random selection.

Audition

This year, the sole selection criteria for admission to all audition programs (except those at LaGuardia High School) is the audition itself. LaGuardia High School has its own admissions process and will continue to use students' academic records as well as their auditions to make offers to its programs.

Official DOE explanation

ASD

The Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) Nest and ASD Horizon programs are specialized programs that serve some students with autism. They are available in some District 1-32 schools. The program is a partnership between the DOE and New York University\’s (NYU) ASD Nest Support Project.

Official DOE explanation

District 75 Programs

District 75 (D75) provides highly specialized instructional support for students with significant challenges, such as:

Official DOE explanation

Zoned

Students who live in the school's zone have a guarantee or priority to attend.

Transfer

For Students Who Are Behind on Credits. Schools use a student's date of birth to verify eligibility and make offers. Make sure that you meet the program's age and academic requirements.

Screened: Language & Academics