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10035, NY Public Middle Schools (2019-20)

  • School Location Grades Students
  • New York Global Technology Preparatory
    160 E 120th St
    New York, NY 10035
    (212)722-1407

    Grades: 6-8 | 133 students
  • New York Harlem Children's Zone Promise Academy Ii Charter School Charter School
    35 E 125th St
    New York, NY 10035
    (212)360-3255

    Grades: K-12 | 994 students
  • New York Harlem Prep Charter School Charter School
    240 E 123rd St-1st Fl
    New York, NY 10035
    (212)876-9953

    Grades: K-9 | 838 students
  • New York Harlem Village Academy Leadership Charter School Charter School
    2351 1st Ave-4th Fl
    New York, NY 10035
    (646)812-9400

    Grades: K-12 | 955 students
  • New York P.S. 138 Special Education School
    144-176 E 128th St
    New York, NY 10035
    (212)369-2227

    Grades: K-12 | 598 students
  • New York P.S. 206 Jose Celso Barbosa
    508 E 120th St
    New York, NY 10035
    (212)860-5809

    Grades: 3-8 | 481 students
  • New York P.S. 7 Samuel Stern
    160 E 120th St
    New York, NY 10035
    (212)860-5827

    Grades: PK-8 | 372 students
  • New York P.S. 79 Horan School Special Education School
    55 E 120th St
    New York, NY 10035
    (212)369-3134

    Grades: 7-12 | 261 students
  • New York P.S. 96 Joseph Lanzetta
    216 E 120th St
    New York, NY 10035
    (212)860-5851

    Grades: PK-8 | 451 students
  • New York Renaissance School Of The Arts
    319 E 117th St
    New York, NY 10035
    (212)576-4639

    Grades: 6-8 | 140 students
  • New York Success Academy Charter School-harlem 2 Charter School
    144 E 128th St-3rd Fl
    New York, NY 10035
    (646)442-6600

    Grades: K-9 | 789 students
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