2022-23 Graduation Data (for 9th graders in 2019-20)
Time ElapsedStudentsGradsRegentsAdvanced RegentsDropout
4 years August14112012005
4 years June14111811805

This data was gathered from the NYC DOE's graduation results reports: https://infohub.nyced.org/reports/academics/graduation-results

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

Official DOE explanation


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


SHSAT required.

Official DOE explanation


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


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


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


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


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