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Welcome to our school! We believe that parent participation is key to student success; our new website is designed to provide parents with all the information they need to be active participants in their student’s education. You will find that the site works just as well on mobile devices as it does on a desktop so you can find information on the go.
  • $125,000 in Scholarships Last
    Year
  • 88% Attendance Rate
  • 16:1 Student Teacher
    Ratio
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Communication.
Collaboration.
Critical Thinking.

Principal's Message

Our school fosters a realistic, relevant, and hands-on educational experience for students. We use collaborative approaches that benefit students by teaching them skills they will need beyond high school, such as the ability to work in teams, solve multi-faceted problems, and apply what they learn in various settings. Our class sizes are approximately 22 students per academic course, and advisory sections have an average of 15 students each. We have an extended school day to provide structured time, individual attention, and other supports students may need to succeed, and have folded tutoring into the school day. Bronxdale helps each child develop the critical-thinking skills and habits of work necessary for success beyond high school.

Recent News

REMOTE

Dear Families,


Due to expected severe weather conditions, New York City Public Schools will pivot to remote learning on Tuesday, February 13.

While buildings are closed, school will be in session remotely for all students. Students in kindergarten and above will be expected to log on and participate in their classes from home. Classes will be LIVE. Teachers will send log in information to students.

All afterschool activities for Tuesday, February 13 will be canceled.



For information about digital learning tools, applications, and platforms used by the New York City Department of Education, please visit schools.nyc.gov/digitallearning.

Do not hesitate to contact your principal if you have any questions.

Sincerely,

New York City Public Schools