THE STATE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT / THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK / ALBANY, NY 12234

 

TO:

EMSC-VESID Committee

FROM:

Jean C. Stevens

 

SUBJECT:

Enrollment Patterns in Newly Created New York City Public High Schools

DATE:

August 25, 2006

STRATEGIC GOAL:

Goals 1 and 2

AUTHORIZATION(S):

 

 

SUMMARY

 

Issue for Information

 

For the past several years, the New York City Department of Education has been committed to a policy of replacing many of its large comprehensive high schools with new, smaller learning communities. Chancellor Klein has asserted that results to date show that, in these new high schools, attendance, credit accumulation, and graduation rates are higher than in the schools that they have replaced. However, critics of these small schools contend that these schools often serve lower percentages of students with disabilities, limited English proficient students and other students with academic needs than do other high schools. These critics contend that this enrollment management is causing even greater stress on the remaining comprehensive high schools. The following report provides an analysis of recent high school enrollment patterns in New York City public schools to determine whether comparable percentages of students with disabilities (SWDs) and limited English proficient students (LEPs) are being enrolled in new high schools.

 

Reason(s) for Consideration


          To provide contextual information to members of the Board of Regents as they implement their high school graduation initiative.

         

Proposed Handling

 

For Information.


 

Procedural History

 

          Not applicable.

 

Background Information

 

During the 2005-2006 school year, the New York City Department of Education operated over 350 public high schools.  Of those, 116 are schools that had opened in the past three years and generally had not yet graduated their first class of students.  The State Education Department compared the enrollment of students with disabilities and limited English proficient students in these schools with two categories of established New York City high schools: those with enrollments of fewer than 700 and those with enrollments greater than 700.  Department staff found that, Citywide and in each borough, during the 2005-2006 school year the new schools on average enrolled lower percentages of students with disabilities than did the large high schools.  In contrast, Citywide during the 2004-2005 school year, the latest year for which such data has been reported, higher percentages of limited English proficient students attended new schools than attended large high schools. This was attributable in part to the fact that four of the new schools exclusively served limited English proficient students.

 

Recommendation

 

          Not applicable.

 

Timetable for Implementation

 

          Not applicable.


 

         

Analysis of Students with Disabilities and Limited English Proficient Student Enrollment Patterns in New York City Public High Schools

 

Methodology

 

          Department staff reviewed enrollment data submitted by the New York City Department of Education as reported on the 2005-2006 BEDS survey.  Schools for which enrollments in grades 9, 10, 11, or 12 were reported were selected for analysis.  After junior high schools that do not serve students above grade nine and alternative high schools were removed from the list, the remaining schools were classified as either “new schools,” generally schools that enrolled students in grades 9, 10, and/or 11 but not 12 in 2005-2006; “small high schools,” those that served students in grade 12 and had enrollments of less than 700, and “large high schools,” those that served students in grade 12 and had enrollment of more than 700.

 

The number of students with disabilities reported as enrolled in a school on BEDS day 2005 was compared to the school’s total BEDS day 2005 enrollment.  The number of limited English proficient students enrolled in 2004-05, as reported in October 2005, was compared to the school enrollment for the 2004-05 school year.  In cases where a school served students below grade 9, the number of students with disabilities or limited English proficient students was adjusted in proportion to the percentage of the school’s total enrollment reported in grades 9-12.  Appendix A provides, for each New York City high school analyzed, the category in which the school was placed, the school’s 2004-2005 and 2005-2006 school year enrollments, the number of students with disabilities attributed to the school for the 2005-2006 school year, and the number of limited English proficient students attributed to the school for the 2004-2005 school year.

 

Findings

 

General

 

·          For this analysis, SED staff classified 116 New York City high schools as “new”; 125 as “small” existing high schools with enrollments of less than 700; and 99 high schools as “large,” having enrollment of at least 700 (Table 1).

·          The Bronx had the most “new schools,” 44, followed by Brooklyn with 38 and Manhattan with 22 (Table 1).

·          Manhattan had the most existing “small” high schools with 47, followed by the Bronx with 38 and Brooklyn with 25.

·          Brooklyn had the highest number of “large” high schools with 35, followed by Queens with 25 and Manhattan with 20.

·          The overwhelming majority of New York City students continue to be enrolled in “large” high schools, with 221,760 out of 296,075 students enrolled in “large” schools in 2005-06 (Table 2).  In fact 54% of the entire New York City high school population is enrolled in the 50 New York City public schools that enroll over 2,000 students.

 

Students with Disabilities

 

Limited English Proficient Students

 

 

Conclusions

 

·       Citywide and in The Bronx, Brooklyn, and Manhattan, “new schools” enroll lower percentages of students with disabilities than do established schools. 

·       The impact of this disproportional enrollment pattern for students with disabilities is modest in terms of established schools.  It appears that this disproportionately increases students with disabilities enrollment in established schools by less than two percent. However, in some schools, particularly in the Bronx, the impact on established schools is likely to be more pronounced.

·       “New schools” in New York City enroll higher percentages of LEP students than do established schools. This occurs because a number of “new schools” were established to serve exclusively LEP students and many “new schools” are located in the Bronx, which has a higher percentage of LEP students than other boroughs.

·       The impact of new schools on established schools in Queens and Staten Island appears negligible.  The impact is most pronounced in the Bronx and in certain portions of Brooklyn.  As more new schools are established and the number of large comprehensive schools decreases, it is possible that this effect could be amplified in the future.

 

Table 1

Distribution of Schools According to Percentage of Students with Disabilities

Percentage of Students with Disabilities

NEW

LARGE

SMALL

BROOKLYN

BRONX

MANHATTAN

QUEENS

STATEN ISLAND

TOTAL

BROOKLYN

BRONX

MANHATTAN

QUEENS

STATEN ISLAND

TOTAL

BROOKLYN

BRONX

MANHATTAN

QUEENS

STATEN ISLAND

TOTAL

 0.00-4.99%

8

7

7

2

0

24

4

1

2

2

1

10

3

6

9

5

0

23

5.00 - 9.99%

17

17

8

8

1

51

8

0

8

13

1

30

3

4

7

6

1

21

10.00 - 14.99%

11

11

4

1

0

27

14

2

9

7

2

34

11

16

16

3

0

46

15.00 - 19.99%

0

8

3

0

0

11

9

5

1

3

2

20

6

6

10

0

0

22

>20.00%

2

1

0

0

0

3

0

4

0

0

1

5

2

6

5

0

0

13

TOTAL

38

44

22

11

1

116

35

12

20

25

7

99

25

38

47

14

1

125

 

Table 2

Students with Disabilities in New, Large, and Small Schools

GROUP

 

BROOKLYN

BRONX

MANHATTAN

QUEENS

STATEN ISLAND

Grand Total

#

%

#

%

#

%

#

%

#

%

#

%

NEW

SWD Students 9-12 (05 -06)

674

8.5%

916

10.1%

292

7.8%

207

7.7%

11

9.6%

2,100

8.9%

Total Students 9-12 (05-06)

7972

 

9,113

 

3,745

 

2,686

 

114

 

23,630

 

LARGE

SWD Students 9-12 (05 -06)

8,398

11.1%

4,489

15.9%

3,183

9.2%

6,195

9.3%

2,237

13.7%

24,502

11.0%

Total Students 9-12 (05-06)

75,507

 

28,168

 

34,783

 

66,962

 

16,340

 

221,760

 

SMALL

SWD Students 9-12 (05 -06)

1,244

13.1%

2,047

13.0%

2,130

11.5%

421

6.4%

38

8.7%

5,880

11.6%

Total Students 9-12 (05-06)

9,486

 

15,755

 

18,468

 

6,537

 

439

 

50,685

 

TOTAL

SWD Students 9-12 (05 -06)

10,316

11.1%

7,452

14.1%

5,605

9.8%

6,823

9.0%

2,286

13.5%

32,482

11.0%

Total Students 9-12 (05-06)

92,965

 

53,036

 

56,996

 

76,185

 

16,893

 

296,075

 


Table 3

Percentage of All Students with Disabilities in Schools Categorized by Percentage of Students with Disabilities

Percentage of Students with Disabilities in School

NEW

LARGE

SMALL

BROOKLYN

BRONX

MANHATTAN

QUEENS

STATEN ISLAND

TOTAL

BROOKLYN

BRONX

MANHATTAN

QUEENS

STATEN ISLAND

TOTAL

BROOKLYN

BRONX

MANHATTAN

QUEENS

STATEN ISLAND

TOTAL

 0.00-4.99%

21%

16%

32%

18%

0%

21%

11%

8%

10%

8%

14%

10%

12%

16%

19%

36%

0%

18%

5.00 - 9.99%

45%

39%

36%

73%

100%

44%

23%

0%

40%

52%

14%

30%

12%

11%

15%

43%

100%

17%

10.00 - 14.99%

29%

25%

18%

9%

0%

23%

40%

17%

45%

28%

29%

34%

44%

42%

34%

21%

0%

37%

15.00 - 19.99%

0%

18%

14%

0%

0%

9%

26%

42%

5%

12%

29%

20%

24%

16%

21%

0%

0%

18%

>20.00%

5%

2%

0%

0%

0%

3%

0%

33%

0%

0%

14%

5%

8%

16%

11%

0%

0%

10%

TOTAL

38

44

22

11

1

116

35

12

20

25

7

99

25

38

47

14

1

125

 


Table 4

Distribution of schools According to Percentage of LEP Students

Percentage of LEP Students

NEW

LARGE

SMALL

BROOKLYN

BRONX

MANHATTAN

QUEENS

STATEN ISLAND

TOTAL

BROOKLYN

BRONX

MANHATTAN

QUEENS

STATEN ISLAND

TOTAL

BROOKLYN

BRONX

MANHATTAN

QUEENS

STATEN ISLAND

TOTAL

 0.00-4.99%

14

4

6

4

0

28

20

1

7

5

5

38

13

7

21

12

1

54

5.00 - 9.99%

4

7

2

1

0

14

4

4

7

7

2

24

4

11

16

1

0

32

10.00 - 14.99%

5

8

6

0

0

19

6

3

2

5

0

16

6

10

4

0

0

20

15.00 - 19.99%

2

4

0

1

0

7

2

2

2

3

0

9

0

5

0

0

0

5

>20.00%

5

7

2

1

0

15

3

2

2

5

0

12

1

5

6

1

0

13

N/A

8

14

6

4

1

33

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

 

 

 

 

1

TOTAL

38

44

22

11

1

116

35

12

20

25

7

99

25

38

47

14

1

125

 


Table 5

Limited English Proficient Students in New, Large, and Small Schools

GROUP

 

BROOKLYN

BRONX

MANHATTAN

QUEENS

STATEN ISLAND

Grand Total

#

%

#

%

#

%

#

%

#

%

#

%

NEW

LEP Students 9-12 (04-05)

522

11.9%

587

13.2%

336

18.4%

228

14.4%

0

0.0%

1,673

13.7%

Total Students 9-12 (04-05)

4377

 

4,441

 

1,822

 

1,580

 

0

 

12,220

 

LARGE

LEP Students 9-12 (04-05)

7,299

9.5%

4,594

14.4%

3,624

10.0%

9,115

13.4%

627

3.9%

25,259

11.0%

Total Students 9-12 (04-05)

76,739

 

31,884

 

36,240

 

67,996

 

16,136

 

228,995

 

SMALL

LEP Students 9-12 (04-05)

913

8.0%

2,162

14.5%

2,221

12.0%

452

6.7%

3

0.7%

5,751

11.1%

Total Students 9-12 (04-05)

11,372

 

14,873

 

18,506

 

6,742

 

417

 

51,910

 

TOTAL

LEP Students 9-12 (04-05)

8,734

9.4%

7,343

14.3%

6,181

10.9%

9,795

12.8%

630

3.8%

32,683

11.1%

Total Students 9-12 (04-05)

92,488

 

51,198

 

56,568

 

76,318

 

16,553

 

293,125

 

 


 

Table 6

Percentage of All LEP Students in Schools Categorized by Percentage of LEP Students

Percentage of LEP Students in School

NEW

LARGE

SMALL

BROOKLYN

BRONX

MANHATTAN

QUEENS

STATEN ISLAND

TOTAL

BROOKLYN

BRONX

MANHATTAN

QUEENS

STATEN ISLAND

TOTAL

BROOKLYN

BRONX

MANHATTAN

QUEENS

STATEN ISLAND

TOTAL

 0.00-4.99%

47%

13%

38%

57%

0%

34%

57%

8%

35%

20%

71%

38%

54%

18%

45%

86%

100%

44%

5.00 - 9.99%

13%

23%

13%

14%

0%

17%

11%

33%

35%

28%

29%

24%

17%

29%

34%

7%

0%

26%

10.00 - 14.99%

17%

27%

38%

0%

0%

23%

17%

25%

10%

20%

0%

16%

25%

26%

9%

0%

0%

16%

15.00 - 19.99%

7%

13%

0%

14%

0%

8%

6%

17%

10%

12%

0%

9%

0%

13%

0%

0%

0%

4%

>20.00%

17%

23%

13%

14%

0%

18%

9%

17%

10%

20%

0%

12%

4%

13%

13%

7%

0%

10%

TOTAL

30

30

16

7

0

83

35

12

20

25

7

99

24

38

47

14

1

124

 


 

Appendix A

List of New, Large, and Small Schools Sorted by BEDS Code

 

BEDS

SCHOOL

GROUP

BOROUGH

ENROLL (05-06)

SWD

%SWD

ENROLL  (04-05)

LEP

%LEP

310100011292

HENRY STREET SCH

NEW

MANHATTAN

156

30

19.2%

78

16

20.5%

310100011448

UNIVERSITY NEIGHBORHOOD HS

SMALL

MANHATTAN

478

69

14.4%

407

37

9.1%

310100011450

EAST SIDE COMM HS

SMALL

MANHATTAN

316

77

24.4%

316

20

6.3%

310100011509

C M S P - MARTE VALLE SEC. SCHOOL

SMALL

MANHATTAN

374

89

23.8%

355

51

14.4%

310100011539

NEW EXPLORATIONS SCI, TECH & MATH

SMALL

MANHATTAN

189

10

5.3%

154

1

0.6%

310100011696

BARD HS EARLY COLLEGE

SMALL

MANHATTAN

513

1

0.2%

527

1

0.2%

310200010047

PS  47 AMER SIGN LANG  & ENG SCH

SMALL

MANHATTAN

114

54

47.4%

92

2

2.2%

310200010412

NYC LAB HS- COLLABORATIVE STUDIES

SMALL

MANHATTAN

429

29

6.8%

395

8

2.0%

310200010413

SCHOOL OF THE FUTURE HS

SMALL

MANHATTAN

387

53

13.7%

356

3

0.8%

310200010414

NYC MUSEUM SCHOOL

SMALL

MANHATTAN

330

32

9.7%

268

2

0.7%

310200010416

ELEANOR ROOSEVELT HS

SMALL

MANHATTAN

468

12

2.6%

345

2

0.6%

310200010418

MILLENNIUM HS

SMALL

MANHATTAN

458

17

3.7%

338

3

0.9%

310200011288

FOOD & FINANCE HS

NEW

MANHATTAN

204

31

15.2%

108

13

12.0%

310200011294

HS-HISTORY & COMM

NEW

MANHATTAN

183

24

13.1%

110

11

10.0%

310200011296

HS-HOSPITALITY MGMNT

NEW

MANHATTAN

214

11

5.1%

116

13

11.2%

310200011298

PACE HS

NEW

MANHATTAN

208

7

3.4%

108

4

3.7%

310200011300

URBAN ASSMBLY SCH-DESIGN & CONST

NEW

MANHATTAN

208

14

6.7%

109

15

13.8%

310200011303

FACING HISTORY SCH

NEW

MANHATTAN

114

17

14.9%

0

0

NA

310200011305

URBAN ACAD-GOV'T & LAW

NEW

MANHATTAN

82

8

9.8%

0

0

NA

310200011308

LOWER MANH ARTS ACAD

NEW

MANHATTAN

83

14

16.9%

0

0

NA

310200011313

JAMES BALDWIN SCH

NEW

MANHATTAN

83

8

9.6%

0

0

NA

310200011400

HS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

LARGE

MANHATTAN

1474

136

9.2%

1510

94

6.2%

310200011407

INST FOR SECONDARY EDUC

SMALL

MANHATTAN

233

20

8.6%

229

1

0.4%

310200011408

PROFESSIONAL PERF ARTS HS

SMALL

MANHATTAN

342

13

3.8%

342

3

0.9%

310200011409

COALITION SCHOOL FOR SOCIAL CHANGE

SMALL

MANHATTAN

418

62

14.8%

402

37

9.2%

310200011419

LANDMARK HS

SMALL

MANHATTAN

430

83

19.3%

404

22

5.4%

310200011420

HEALTH PROFESSIONS & HUMAN SVCS HS

LARGE

MANHATTAN

1476

97

6.6%

1598

89

5.6%

310200011425

HS FOR LEADERSHIP & PUBLIC SVC

SMALL

MANHATTAN

682

78

11.4%

653

37

5.7%

310200011429

LEGACY SCHOOL

SMALL

MANHATTAN

394

65

16.5%

414

28

6.8%

310200011439

MANHATTAN VILLAGE ACAD HS

SMALL

MANHATTAN

361

38

10.5%

345

15

4.3%

310200011440

HS - HUMANITIES

LARGE

MANHATTAN

2026

240

11.8%

2131

517

24.3%

310200011442

BALLET TECH/NYC PS FOR DANCE

NEW

MANHATTAN

9

0

0.0%

13

0

0.0%

310200011445

SEWARD PARK HS

SMALL

MANHATTAN

289

32

11.1%

700

48

6.9%

310200011449

CES VANGUARD HS

SMALL

MANHATTAN

366

60

16.4%

394

23

5.8%

310200011459

CES - MANHATTAN INTNTL

SMALL

MANHATTAN

329

3

0.9%

328

224

68.3%

310200011460

WASHINGTON IRVING HS

LARGE

MANHATTAN

2817

341

12.1%

3008

481

16.0%

310200011475

STUYVESANT HS

LARGE

MANHATTAN

3015

10

0.3%

2948

1

0.0%

310200011489

HS OF ECONOMICS & FINANCE

LARGE

MANHATTAN

760

45

5.9%

721

45

6.2%

310200011500

UNITY HS

SMALL

MANHATTAN

203

35

17.2%

202

15

7.4%

310200011519

TALENT UNLIMITED HS

SMALL

MANHATTAN

442

10

2.3%

426

1

0.2%

310200011520

MURRY BERGTRAUM HS

LARGE

MANHATTAN

2907

327

11.2%

2967

440

14.8%

310200011529

JACQUELINE KENNEDY-ONASSIS HS

LARGE

MANHATTAN

700

69

9.9%

617

44

7.1%

310200011531

REPERTORY SCHOOL

SMALL

MANHATTAN

180

17

9.4%

215

9

4.2%

310200011535

PARK WEST HS

SMALL

MANHATTAN

422

45

10.7%

991

33

3.3%

310200011542

MANHATTAN BRIDGES HS

NEW

MANHATTAN

318

2

0.6%

205

205

100.0%

310200011543

NEW DESIGN HS

NEW

MANHATTAN

281

40

14.2%

201

9

4.5%

310200011545

DUAL LANGUAGE & ASIAN STUDIES HS

NEW

MANHATTAN

218

2

0.9%

0

0

NA

310200011565

URBAN ACAD LABORATORY HS

NEW

MANHATTAN

123

1

0.8%

124

1

0.8%

310200011580

R R GREEN HS OF TEACHING

LARGE

MANHATTAN

708

93

13.1%

742

37

5.0%

310200011586

HARVEY MILK HS

SMALL

MANHATTAN

64

15

23.4%

83

2

2.4%

310200011600

HS FOR FASHION INDUSTRIES

LARGE

MANHATTAN

1659

178

10.7%

1743

77

4.4%

310200011605

HUMANITIES PREP SCHOOL

SMALL

MANHATTAN

169

22

13.0%

191

4

2.1%

310200011615

CHELSEA VOC HS

LARGE

MANHATTAN

1040

150

14.4%

1082

72

6.7%

310200011620

NORMAN THOMAS HS

LARGE

MANHATTAN

2437

313

12.8%

3003

487

16.2%

310200011625

HS COMMUNICATION GRAPHIC ART

LARGE

MANHATTAN

1954

304

15.6%

2128

251

11.8%

310200011630

ART & DESIGN HS

LARGE

MANHATTAN

1406

154

11.0%

1357

42

3.1%

310200011655

LIFE SCIENCES SECONDARY SCHOOL

SMALL

MANHATTAN

586

60

10.2%

597

32

5.4%

310200011690

SCHOOL - PHYSICAL CITY HS

SMALL

MANHATTAN

300

62

20.7%

270

23

8.5%

310300011299

SCH-ARTS IMAGNTN & INQUIRY

NEW

MANHATTAN

110

14

12.7%

0

0

NA

310300011307

URBAN ASSMBLY SCH-MEDIA STUDIES

NEW

MANHATTAN

216

14

6.5%

104

11

10.6%

310300011415

WADLEIGH ARTS HS

SMALL

MANHATTAN

662

108

16.3%

663

58

8.7%

310300011470

LOUIS D. BRANDEIS HS

LARGE

MANHATTAN

2750

349

12.7%

2681

677

25.3%

310300011479

BEACON HIGH SCHOOL

LARGE

MANHATTAN

1042

61

5.9%

1038

18

1.7%

310300011485

FIORELLO H. LA GUARDIA HS

LARGE

MANHATTAN

2464

15

0.6%

2476

18

0.7%

310300011492

MLK HS-LAW ADVCY & COMM JUST

SMALL

MANHATTAN

521

74

14.2%

490

71

14.5%

310300011494

MLK JR HS - ARTS & TECH

SMALL

MANHATTAN

633

89

14.1%

538

66

12.3%

310300011541

MANHATTAN/HUNTER COLL HS FOR SCI

NEW

MANHATTAN

320

6

1.9%

217

18

8.3%

310300011860

FREDERICK DOUGLAS ACAD II

NEW

MANHATTAN

207

19

9.2%

111

3

2.7%

310400010117

TITO PUENTO EDUC COMPLEX

NEW

MANHATTAN

2

0

0.0%

2

0

0.0%

310400011435

MANHATTAN CTR - SCI & MATH

LARGE

MANHATTAN

1583

142

9.0%

1634

127

7.8%

310400011495

PARK EAST HS

SMALL

MANHATTAN

346

38

11.0%

334

18

5.4%

310400011555

CENTRAL PARK EAST SECONDARY

SMALL

MANHATTAN

328

60

18.3%

309

18

5.8%

310400011610

YOUNG WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP HS

SMALL

MANHATTAN

250

10

4.0%

256

2

0.8%

310400011635

ENVIRONMENTAL SCI SECNDRY SCH

SMALL

MANHATTAN

363

59

16.3%

322

17

5.3%

310400011680

HERITAGE SCHOOL (THE)

SMALL

MANHATTAN

304

53

17.4%

303

16

5.3%

310400011695

URBAN PEACE ACAD

SMALL

MANHATTAN

322

56

17.4%

303

9

3.0%

310500011283

MANHATTAN THEATRE LAB HS

NEW

MANHATTAN

197

19

9.6%

106

11

10.4%

310500011304

MOTT HALL HS

NEW

MANHATTAN

209

11

5.3%

110

6

5.5%

310500011469

CHOIR ACAD OF HARLEM

SMALL

MANHATTAN

353

18

5.1%

260

4

1.5%

310500011499

FREDERICK DOUGLASS SEC SCHOOL

LARGE

MANHATTAN

937

47

5.0%

956

11

1.2%

310500011670

THURGOOD MARSHALL ACAD FOR LEARNING

SMALL

MANHATTAN

348

19

5.5%

329

6

1.8%

310500011685

BREAD & ROSES INTEGRATED ARTS HS

SMALL

MANHATTAN

488

88

18.0%

414

58

14.0%

310600011462

HS INTNTL- BUSINESS & FINANCE

SMALL

MANHATTAN

678

89

13.1%

684

231

33.8%

310600011463

HS - MEDIA & COMMUNICATIONS

SMALL

MANHATTAN

601

63

10.5%

605

181

29.9%

310600011467

HS - LAW & PUBLIC SERVICE

SMALL

MANHATTAN

598

63

10.5%

619

213

34.4%

310600011468

HEALTH CAREERS & SCIENCES HS

SMALL

MANHATTAN

595

73

12.3%

629

205

32.6%

310600011540

A. PHILIP RANDOLPH CAMPUS HS

LARGE

MANHATTAN

1628

112

6.9%

1900

96

5.1%

310600011552

GREGORIO LUPERON HS-MATH & SCI

SMALL

MANHATTAN

409

3

0.7%

404

361

89.4%

310600011692

HS MATH SCI & ENGNRNG AT CCNY

SMALL

MANHATTAN

403

4

1.0%

305

0

0.0%

320700011221

SO BRONX PREP SCH

NEW

BRONX

173

27

15.6%

80

10

12.5%

320700011473

MOTT HAVEN VILLAGE PREP HS

SMALL

BRONX

345

45

13.0%

258

33

12.8%

320700011500

LINCOLN ACAD/HOSTOS

SMALL

BRONX

382

28

7.3%

416

27

6.5%

320700011520

FOREIGN LANG ACAD OF GLOBAL STUDIES

SMALL

BRONX

420

52

12.4%

376

48

12.8%

320700011547

NEW EXPLORERS HS

SMALL

BRONX

336

48

14.3%

264

19

7.2%

320700011548

ACADEMY FOR CAREERS IN SPORTS

SMALL

BRONX

309

25

8.1%