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11212, NY Public High Schools (2019-20)

  • School Location Grades Students
  • Brooklyn Brooklyn Ascend Charter School Charter School
    205 Rockaway Pkwy-2nd Fl
    Brooklyn, NY 11212
    (718)907-9150

    Grades: K-10 | 1266 students
  • Brooklyn Brooklyn Democracy Academy
    985 Rockaway Ave
    Brooklyn, NY 11212
    (718)342-6348

    Grades: 9-12 | 144 students
  • Brooklyn Brownsville Academy High School Alternative School
    1150 E New York Ave
    Brooklyn, NY 11212
    (718)778-7305

    Grades: 9-12 | 140 students
  • Brooklyn Brownsville Collegiate Charter School Charter School
    364 Sackman St-4th Fl
    Brooklyn, NY 11212
    (718)636-0370

    Grades: 5-10 | 330 students
  • Brooklyn East Brooklyn Community High School
    9517 Kings Hwy
    Brooklyn, NY 11212
    (718)688-6450

    Grades: 9-12 | 174 students
  • Brooklyn Frederick Douglass Academy Vii High School
    226 Bristol St
    Brooklyn, NY 11212
    (718)485-3789

    Grades: 9-12 | 199 students
  • Brooklyn Kings Collegiate Charter School Charter School
    1485 Pacific St-fl 2
    Brooklyn, NY 11212
    (718)342-6047

    Grades: 5-12 | 433 students
  • Brooklyn Leadership Preparatory Ocean Hill Charter School Charter School
    51 Christopher Ave
    Brooklyn, NY 11212
    (718)250-5767

    Grades: K-11 | 1039 students
  • Brooklyn Metropolitan Diploma Plus High School
    985 Rockaway Ave
    Brooklyn, NY 11212
    (718)342-6249

    Grades: 9-12 | 152 students
  • Brooklyn P.S. 396 Special Education School
    110 Chester St
    Brooklyn, NY 11212
    (718)385-6200

    Grades: K-12 | 314 students
  • Brooklyn Teachers Preparatory High School
    226 Bristol St
    Brooklyn, NY 11212
    (718)498-2605

    Grades: 6-12 | 293 students
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