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The graduation rate in New York City reached 78.8%, up 1.5 percentage points from the prior year.
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In a year marked by major education disruptions as the coronavirus pandemic gripped New York City, graduation rates continued a steady uptick in 2020, reaching 78.8%, according to data released Thursday by the state education department. That was 1.5 percentage points higher than the prior year.

Though more students are earning diplomas, it’s not clear whether that means they are learning more while in high school. The pandemic forced major changes in graduation requirements this year, with the state suspending its Regents exit exams — a rite of passage for more than a century. That’s on top of a steady stream of other reforms in recent years that have opened more pathways for students to earn a diploma.

Still, last year’s graduation rate provides an early glimpse into how students are faring in the fallout of the ongoing health crisis, in a city that became the global epicenter of COVID-19 last spring. Many of the other measures commonly used to gauge student progress were wiped out in response to the pandemic, with standardized exams canceled and traditional grades suspended.

New York City officials cheered the increasing graduation rate and pointed to supports given to the class of 2020 to help students earn diplomas in an unprecedented year.

“No matter the circumstances, New York City students continue to make record progress and exceed our expectations,” said Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza.

When the pandemic forced New York City schools to close in March, many seniors had likely already accumulated the Regents needed to graduate. Students can begin taking the exit exams in seventh grade. But an estimated 8,000 seniors last year, or 13.5%, hadn’t yet fulfilled their Regents diploma requirements, and they received a waiver to graduate, using coursework grades or other measures instead.

State education department Commissioner Betty Rosa acknowledged that canceling Regents exams were a factor in increased graduation rates, “but we cannot say to what extent” since it’s impossible to know how many students would have ultimately passed their tests.

Exemptions were also likely a factor in the smaller number of students using alternate pathways to earn a diploma, state officials said. Students can graduate by substituting a social studies exit exam for another one in math, art, or career and technical education, or take assessments in four languages other than English. The number of students graduating through these pathways was down by 11,173 across the state, representing a 15% decrease from the previous year. In New York City, 2,438 students, or 4.2% used an alternative pathway to graduate — down about 2 percentage points from the previous year.

State officials have not yet said whether they will cancel the Regents this spring. The January exams have already been canceled, as many of the same challenges persist from the end of last school year. New York City’s high school buildings remain shuttered, reliable internet access is still lacking for many students, and coronavirus cases are climbing.

“We will continue to have internal discussions and look at all the options,” Rosa said. “No decision has been made but knowing that we are in January, we are looking at trying to make this decision as soon as possible.”

The historic move of waiving the Regents exams could help inform a long-running debate over the future of using exit exams in New York. The state’s graduation requirements are among the toughest in the country, and research has generally found that exit exams increase dropout rates but don’t increase student achievement. Conversations in school districts across the state about the future of graduation requirements came to an abrupt halt when the coronavirus hit. Advocates are eager for those discussions to kick off again.

Ashley Grant, director of the Postsecondary Readiness Project at the nonprofit Advocates for Children, said she hopes the state education department decides to waive Regents exams this year, “to ensure that no student loses their chance to graduate due to COVID-19.” More than 1,500 parents have signed an online petition calling for such an extension.

“This last year of Regents exemptions shows that there are other ways to show readiness for graduation, and New York is a real outlier using this exam,” Grant said.

Others have warned that it’s important to make sure that vulnerable students don’t get pushed towards less rigorous pathways to graduation. Advocates at the Education Trust New York pointed out that districts serving large numbers of Black, Latino, and low income students had higher numbers of students graduating without Regents exams.

“The disproportionate use of these exemptions raises questions about whether students are receiving the knowledge and skills to be successful in colleges and careers,” said Francisco Araiza, director of policy and research at Ed Trust. “We’re concerned about that.”

Mirroring national trends, the percentage of New York City students earning a diploma has been on an upward climb since 2005, when fewer than half of high school seniors graduated in four years. Across the state, the graduation rate increased to 84.8%, a gain of 1.4 percentage points.

But glaring racial disparities continue. At 75.9%, graduation rates for Black students students in New York City was almost eight percentage points lower than their white peers. That is the largest gap between Black and white students among the state’s top five biggest school districts. For Latino students in New York City, the graduation rate was 74.1, or almost 10 percentage points below those who are white. About 89.5% of Asian students in the city earned a diploma.

The graduation rate for students with disabilities was 52.8%. For those learning English as a new language, it was 45.7% — an increase of 3 percentage points.

Statewide, graduation rates for some of the most vulnerable groups of students climbs when they are given an extra year of two to graduate. Typically, students can continue working towards their diploma until they are 21 years old. Last year, the state made accommodations for overage students to continue progress towards graduation given the disruptions of the pandemic. No decision has been made this year about those students.

But Grant, of Advocates for Children, said it’s more important than ever to allow them more time to graduate, given the likelihood of going through an entire school year upended by the virus.

“It’s a group of students for whom this is a huge deal,” Grant said. “To lose the chance to graduate would be awful.”

Find your school’s 4-year graduation rate for 2019-2020

School # Total Cohort % Grads
School # Total Cohort % Grads
ORCHARD COLLEGIATE ACADEMY 31 93.5%
UNIVERSITY NEIGHBORHOOD HIGH SCHOOL 128 96.9%
EAST SIDE COMMUNITY SCHOOL 89 96.6%
FORSYTH SATELLITE ACADEMY 67 37.3%
MARTA VALLE HIGH SCHOOL 25 72.0%
LOWER EAST SIDE PREPARATORY HIGH SCHOOL 284 41.9%
NEW EXPLORATIONS INTO SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND MATH 158 95.6%
CASCADES HIGH SCHOOL 99 35.4%
BARD HIGH SCHOOL EARLY COLLEGE 123 99.2%
47 THE AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE AND ENGLISH SECONDAR 48 100.0%
THE URBAN ASSEMBLY SCHOOL FOR EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 62 93.5%
STEPHEN T. MATHER BUILDING ARTS & CRAFTSMANSHIP HI 97 84.5%
THE CLINTON SCHOOL 98 96.9%
MANHATTAN EARLY COLLEGE SCHOOL FOR ADVERTISING 89 86.5%
URBAN ASSEMBLY MAKER ACADEMY 92 89.1%
FOOD AND FINANCE HIGH SCHOOL 88 84.1%
ESSEX STREET ACADEMY 67 97.0%
HIGH SCHOOL OF HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT 85 75.3%
PACE HIGH SCHOOL 131 90.1%
URBAN ASSEMBLY SCHOOL OF DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION, 69 69.6%
FACING HISTORY SCHOOL, THE 114 83.3%
URBAN ASSEMBLY ACADEMY OF GOVERNMENT AND LAW, THE 64 89.1%
LOWER MANHATTAN ARTS ACADEMY 70 85.7%
JAMES BALDWIN SCHOOL, THE: A SCHOOL FOR EXPEDITION 83 24.1%
URBAN ASSEMBLY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS FOR YOUNG WOMEN, THE 49 83.7%
GRAMERCY ARTS HIGH SCHOOL 110 95.5%
NYC ISCHOOL 101 98.0%
MANHATTAN BUSINESS ACADEMY 101 92.1%
BUSINESS OF SPORTS SCHOOL 101 83.2%
EMMA LAZARUS HIGH SCHOOL 141 52.5%
THE HIGH SCHOOL FOR LANGUAGE AND DIPLOMACY 68 80.9%
HIGH SCHOOL FOR ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES 247 89.5%
INSTITUTE FOR COLLABORATIVE EDUCATION 65 98.5%
PROFESSIONAL PERFORMING ARTS HIGH SCHOOL 115 97.4%
BARUCH COLLEGE CAMPUS HIGH SCHOOL 115 99.1%
N.Y.C. LAB SCHOOL FOR COLLABORATIVE STUDIES 128 98.4%
SCHOOL OF THE FUTURE HIGH SCHOOL 106 98.1%
N.Y.C. MUSEUM SCHOOL 114 97.4%
ELEANOR ROOSEVELT HIGH SCHOOL 134 99.3%
MILLENNIUM HIGH SCHOOL 164 99.4%
LANDMARK HIGH SCHOOL 84 71.4%
HIGH SCHOOL FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONS AND HUMAN SERVI 437 96.3%
QUEST TO LEARN 78 74.4%
LEADERSHIP AND PUBLIC SERVICE HIGH SCHOOL 120 85.8%
MANHATTAN ACADEMY FOR ARTS & LANGUAGE 52 84.6%
MURRAY HILL ACADEMY 84 86.9%
HUDSON HIGH SCHOOL OF LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES 113 87.6%
INTERNATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL AT UNION SQUARE 88 85.2%
MANHATTAN VILLAGE ACADEMY 107 99.1%
VANGUARD HIGH SCHOOL 109 80.7%
MANHATTAN INTERNATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL 81 69.1%
STUYVESANT HIGH SCHOOL 839 99.6%
HIGH SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS AND FINANCE 160 90.6%
UNITY CENTER FOR URBAN TECHNOLOGIES 49 91.8%
URBAN ASSEMBLY GATEWAY SCHOOL FOR TECHNOLOGY 110 97.3%
TALENT UNLIMITED HIGH SCHOOL 128 96.9%
MURRY BERGTRAUM HIGH SCHOOL FOR BUSINESS CAREERS 39 69.2%
JACQUELINE KENNEDY ONASSIS HIGH SCHOOL 120 80.8%
REPERTORY COMPANY HIGH SCHOOL FOR THEATRE ARTS 57 93.0%
UNION SQUARE ACADEMY FOR HEALTH SCIENCES 79 93.7%
HARVEST COLLEGIATE HIGH SCHOOL 115 86.1%
MANHATTAN BRIDGES HIGH SCHOOL 127 89.8%
NEW DESIGN HIGH SCHOOL 100 81.0%
INDEPENDENCE HIGH SCHOOL 152 21.1%
HIGH SCHOOL FOR DUAL LANGUAGE AND ASIAN STUDIES 101 99.0%
ACADEMY FOR SOFTWARE ENGINEERING 110 94.5%
LIBERTY HIGH SCHOOL ACADEMY FOR NEWCOMERS 150 54.0%
URBAN ASSEMBLY NEW YORK HARBOR SCHOOL 122 86.9%
HIGH SCHOOL M560 - CITY AS SCHOOL 262 39.7%
URBAN ACADEMY LABORATORY HIGH SCHOOL 36 38.9%
SATELLITE ACADEMY HIGH SCHOOL 91 8.8%
MANHATTAN COMPREHENSIVE NIGHT AND DAY HIGH SCHOOL 319 22.6%
RICHARD R. GREEN HIGH SCHOOL OF TEACHING 135 82.2%
HARVEY MILK HIGH SCHOOL 31 32.3%
THE HIGH SCHOOL OF FASHION INDUSTRIES 343 92.7%
HUMANITIES PREPARATORY ACADEMY 53 96.2%
CHELSEA CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION HIGH SCHOOL 97 88.7%
ART AND DESIGN HIGH SCHOOL 359 94.2%
LIFE SCIENCES SECONDARY SCHOOL 132 79.5%
THE MAXINE GREENE HS FOR IMAGINATIVE INQUIRY 102 71.6%
URBAN ASSEMBLY SCHOOL FOR MEDIA STUDIES, THE 92 92.4%
THE URBAN ASSEMBLY SCHOOL FOR GREEN CAREERS 69 92.8%
THE GLOBAL LEARNING COLLABORATIVE 97 85.6%
INNOVATION DIPLOMA PLUS 71 9.9%
WADLEIGH SECONDARY SCHOOL FOR THE PERFORMING & VIS 42 95.2%
FRANK MCCOURT HIGH SCHOOL 101 92.1%
BEACON HIGH SCHOOL 349 97.1%
FIORELLO H. LAGUARDIA HIGH SCHOOL OF MUSIC & ART A 636 99.4%
HIGH SCHOOL FOR LAW, ADVOCACY AND COMMUNITY JUSTIC 106 89.6%
HIGH SCHOOL OF ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY 111 77.5%
EDWARD A. REYNOLDS WEST SIDE HIGH SCHOOL 165 16.4%
MANHATTAN / HUNTER SCIENCE HIGH SCHOOL 111 99.1%
SPECIAL MUSIC SCHOOL 47 100.0%
FREDERICK DOUGLASS ACADEMY II SECONDARY SCHOOL 73 87.7%
THE JUDITH S. KAYE SCHOOL 78 47.4%
ESPERANZA PREPARATORY ACADEMY 86 81.4%
MANHATTAN CENTER FOR SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS 413 96.6%
PARK EAST HIGH SCHOOL 94 97.9%
CENTRAL PARK EAST HIGH SCHOOL 114 98.2%
YOUNG WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP SCHOOL 82 100.0%
HERITAGE SCHOOL, THE 65 84.6%
EAGLE ACADEMY FOR YOUNG MEN OF HARLEM 67 80.6%
THE URBAN ASSEMBLY SCHOOL FOR GLOBAL COMMERCE 59 76.3%
HARLEM RENAISSANCE HIGH SCHOOL 119 25.2%
MOTT HALL HIGH SCHOOL 70 64.3%
COLUMBIA SECONDARY SCHOOL 95 96.8%
ACADEMY FOR SOCIAL ACTION 2 s
URBAN ASSEMBLY SCHOOL FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS 69 84.1%
FREDERICK DOUGLASS ACADEMY 207 89.4%
THURGOOD MARSHALL ACADEMY FOR LEARNING AND SOCIAL 93 89.2%
HIGH SCHOOL FOR MATHEMATICS, SCIENCE AND ENGINEERI 124 100.0%
INWOOD EARLY COLLEGE FOR HEALTH AND INFORMATION TE 89 79.8%
CITY COLLEGE ACADEMY OF THE ARTS 90 95.6%
COMMUNITY HEALTH ACADEMY OF THE HEIGHTS 110 86.4%
WASHINGTON HEIGHTS EXPEDITIONARY LEARNING SCHOOL 91 91.2%
HIGH SCHOOL FOR EXCELLENCE AND INNOVATION 53 52.8%
THE COLLEGE ACADEMY 77 88.3%
HIGH SCHOOL FOR MEDIA AND COMMUNICATIONS 89 78.7%
HIGH SCHOOL FOR LAW AND PUBLIC SERVICE 127 48.8%
HIGH SCHOOL FOR HEALTH CAREERS AND SCIENCES 117 75.2%
A. PHILIP RANDOLPH CAMPUS HIGH SCHOOL 273 78.8%
GREGORIO LUPERON HIGH SCHOOL FOR SCIENCE AND MATHE 129 90.7%
SOUTH BRONX PREPARATORY: A COLLEGE BOARD SCHOOL 102 95.1%
THE LABORATORY SCHOOL OF FINANCE AND TECHNOLOGY: X 90 94.4%
H.E.R.O. HIGH (HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND RESEARCH OCC 97 80.4%
INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL 142 61.3%
JILL CHAIFETZ TRANSFER HIGH SCHOOL 89 24.7%
BRONX HAVEN HIGH SCHOOL 74 12.2%
COMMUNITY SCHOOL FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE 62 59.7%
MOTT HAVEN VILLAGE PREPARATORY HIGH SCHOOL 67 64.2%
UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS SECONDARY SCHOOL 132 100.0%
HOSTOS-LINCOLN ACADEMY OF SCIENCE 86 90.7%
BRONX DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION ACADEMY 121 68.6%
BRONX LEADERSHIP ACADEMY II HIGH SCHOOL 142 75.4%
NEW EXPLORERS HIGH SCHOOL 2 s
CAREERS IN SPORTS HIGH SCHOOL 125 76.0%
THE URBAN ASSEMBLY BRONX ACADEMY OF LETTERS 86 82.6%
MOTT HAVEN COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL 110 34.5%
ALFRED E. SMITH CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION HIG 92 98.9%
HEALTH OPPORTUNITIES HIGH SCHOOL 130 70.8%
BRONX STUDIO SCHOOL FOR WRITERS AND ARTISTS 75 80.0%
WOMEN'S ACADEMY OF EXCELLENCE 59 74.6%
RENAISSANCE HIGH SCHOOL FOR MUSICAL THEATER AND TH 118 83.1%
MILLENNIUM ART ACADEMY 104 84.6%
PELHAM LAB HIGH SCHOOL 106 75.5%
HOLCOMBE L RUCKER SCHOOL OF COMMUNITY RESEARCH 2 s
SCHUYLERVILLE PREPARATORY HIGH SCHOOL 113 73.5%
BRONX RIVER HIGH SCHOOL 116 79.3%
ARCHIMEDES ACADEMY FOR MATH, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOG 84 77.4%
ANTONIA PANTOJA PREPARATORY ACADEMY: A COLLEGE BOA 60 76.7%
BRONX COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL 83 22.9%
HERBERT H. LEHMAN HIGH SCHOOL 157 79.0%
BRONX BRIDGES HIGH SCHOOL 90 85.6%
GOTHAM COLLABORATIVE HIGH SCHOOL 158 70.3%
FELISA RINCON DE GAUTIER INSTITUTE FOR LAW AND PUBLIC POLICY THE 4 s
LONGWOOD PREPARATORY ACADEMY 60 66.7%
BRONX ARENA HIGH SCHOOL 55 21.8%
WESTCHESTER SQUARE ACADEMY 131 80.2%
SCHOOL FOR TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY 81 35.8%
BRONX COMPASS HIGH SCHOOL 95 82.1%
BRONX COLLEGIATE ACADEMY 87 82.8%
EAGLE ACADEMY FOR YOUNG MEN 68 85.3%
URBAN ASSEMBLY SCHOOL FOR APPLIED MATH AND SCIENCE 79 84.8%
EXIMIUS COLLEGE PREPARATORY ACADEMY: A COLLEGE BOA 97 87.6%
MOTT HALL BRONX HIGH SCHOOL 96 87.5%
BRONX CENTER FOR SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS 112 94.6%
VALIDUS PREPARATORY ACADEMY 86 66.3%
MORRIS ACADEMY FOR COLLABORATIVE STUDIES 70 81.4%
BRONX EARLY COLLEGE ACADEMY FOR TEACHING & LEARNIN 51 94.1%
COMPREHENSIVE MODEL SCHOOL PROJECT M.S. 327 98 85.7%
DREAMYARD PREPARATORY SCHOOL 43 79.1%
NEW DIRECTIONS SECONDARY SCHOOL 55 29.1%
ACADEMY FOR LANGUAGE AND TECHNOLOGY 65 96.9%
BRONX INTERNATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL 100 85.0%
SCHOOL FOR EXCELLENCE 63 49.2%
BRONX HIGH SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 53 67.9%
BRONX HIGH SCHOOL FOR MEDICAL SCIENCE 77 89.6%
BRONX SCHOOL FOR LAW, GOVERNMENT AND JUSTICE 113 92.0%
FREDERICK DOUGLASS ACADEMY III SECONDARY SCHOOL 108 75.0%
BRONX LEADERSHIP ACADEMY HIGH SCHOOL 110 67.3%
HIGH SCHOOL FOR VIOLIN AND DANCE 61 68.9%
CLAREMONT INTERNATIONAL HS 75 82.7%
YOUNG WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP SCHOOL OF THE BRONX 67 95.5%
RIVERDALE / KINGSBRIDGE ACADEMY (MIDDLE SCHOOL / H 163 91.4%
BRONX ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY ACADEMY 106 65.1%
THEATRE ARTS PRODUCTION COMPANY SCHOOL 87 77.0%
THE MARIE CURIE SCHOOL FOR MEDICINE, NURSING, AND 107 59.8%
WEST BRONX ACADEMY FOR THE FUTURE 64 92.2%
BRONX ACADEMY FOR SOFTWARE ENGINEERING (BASE) 94 77.7%
KINGSBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL 166 59.6%
BRONX SCHOOL OF LAW AND FINANCE 100 82.0%
PROVIDING URBAN LEARNERS SUCCESS IN EDUCATION HIGH 138 18.1%
INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL FOR LIBERAL ARTS 95 70.5%
BRONX COLLABORATIVE HIGH SCHOOL 119 79.8%
WORLD VIEW HIGH SCHOOL 142 94.4%
IN-TECH ACADEMY (M.S. / HIGH SCHOOL 368) 118 88.1%
KNOWLEDGE AND POWER PREPARATORY ACADEMY INTERNATIO 105 87.6%
ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS AND INTERNATIONAL SUPPOR 133 40.6%
HIGH SCHOOL FOR TEACHING AND THE PROFESSIONS 119 75.6%
BELMONT PREPARATORY HIGH SCHOOL 92 87.0%
FORDHAM HIGH SCHOOL FOR THE ARTS 67 95.5%
FORDHAM LEADERSHIP ACADEMY 69 95.7%
BRONX HIGH SCHOOL FOR LAW AND COMMUNITY SERVICE 91 96.7%
DEWITT CLINTON HIGH SCHOOL 302 85.4%
CELIA CRUZ BRONX HIGH SCHOOL OF MUSIC, THE 95 98.9%
THE BRONX HIGH SCHOOL OF SCIENCE 751 100.0%
MARBLE HILL HIGH SCHOOL FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDIES 113 96.5%
CROTONA INTERNATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL 81 84.0%
BRONX THEATRE HIGH SCHOOL 97 85.6%
DISCOVERY HIGH SCHOOL 111 91.0%
HIGH SCHOOL FOR ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY 80 82.5%
HIGH SCHOOL OF AMERICAN STUDIES AT LEHMAN COLLEGE 106 100.0%
BRONX HEALTH SCIENCES HIGH SCHOOL 54 100.0%
BRONX HIGH SCHOOL FOR WRITING AND COMMUNICATION AR 81 67.9%
BRONX LAB SCHOOL 82 74.4%
ACADEMY FOR SCHOLARSHIP AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP: A COLLEGE BOARD SCHOOL 85 82.4%
HIGH SCHOOL OF COMPUTERS AND TECHNOLOGY 121 81.0%
COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE FOR MATH AND SCIENCE 151 90.1%
BRONX ACADEMY OF HEALTH CAREERS 77 87.0%
ASTOR COLLEGIATE ACADEMY 108 83.3%
BRONX HIGH SCHOOL FOR THE VISUAL ARTS 98 78.6%
HARRY S TRUMAN HIGH SCHOOL 539 77.6%
BRONXDALE HIGH SCHOOL 116 83.6%
HIGH SCHOOL OF LANGUAGE AND INNOVATION 84 89.3%
NEW WORLD HIGH SCHOOL 83 90.4%
THE BRONXWOOD PREPARATORY ACADEMY 104 74.0%
PELHAM PREPARATORY ACADEMY 122 94.3%
HIGH SCHOOL FOR CONTEMPORARY ARTS 120 80.0%
BRONX AEROSPACE HIGH SCHOOL 74 70.3%
MOTT HALL V 89 87.6%
METROPOLITAN HIGH SCHOOL, THE 90 72.2%
EXPLORATIONS ACADEMY H.S. 91 60.4%
BRONX LATIN 83 94.0%
EAST BRONX ACADEMY FOR THE FUTURE 96 82.3%
URBAN ASSEMBLY SCHOOL FOR WILDLIFE CONSERVATION 4 s
PAN AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL AT MONROE 112 84.8%
ARTURO A. SCHOMBURG SATELLITE ACADEMY BRONX 88 26.1%
THE CINEMA SCHOOL 66 87.9%
BRONX CAREER AND COLLEGE PREPARATORY HIGH SCHOOL 75 62.7%
BRONX REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL 84 21.4%
BRONX ENVISION ACADEMY 98 68.4%
THE METROPOLITAN SOUNDVIEW HIGH SCHOOL 87 73.6%
HIGH SCHOOL OF WORLD CULTURES 126 84.1%
FANNIE LOU HAMER FREEDOM HIGH SCHOOL 107 69.2%
WINGS ACADEMY 131 52.7%
MONROE ACADEMY FOR VISUAL ARTS & DESIGN 1 s
DR. SUSAN S. MCKINNEY SECONDARY SCHOOL OF THE ARTS 53 81.1%
URBAN ASSEMBLY SCHOOL OF MUSIC AND ART 49 87.8%
BROOKLYN COMMUNITY ARTS & MEDIA HIGH SCHOOL (BCAM) 100 91.0%
SCIENCE SKILLS CENTER HIGH SCHOOL FOR SCIENCE, TEC 119 100.0%
BROOKLYN TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL 1517 96.2%
BROOKLYN INTERNATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL 82 80.5%
THE URBAN ASSEMBLY SCHOOL FOR LAW AND JUSTICE 104 96.2%
ACORN COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL 33 57.6%
URBAN ASSEMBLY INSTITUTE OF MATH AND SCIENCE FOR Y 74 93.2%
BROOKLYN ACADEMY HIGH SCHOOL 69 17.4%
GOTHAM PROFESSIONAL ARTS ACADEMY 55 85.5%
BEDFORD ACADEMY HIGH SCHOOL 84 97.6%
GEORGE WESTINGHOUSE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION 172 96.5%
BROOKLYN HIGH SCHOOL FOR LEADERSHIP AND COMMUNITY 62 24.2%
BENJAMIN BANNEKER ACADEMY 156 97.4%
CITY POLYTECHNIC HIGH SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING, ARCHI 80 93.8%
JUAN MOREL CAMPOS SECONDARY SCHOOL 80 70.0%
BROOKLYN LATIN SCHOOL, THE 155 96.8%
THE WILLIAMSBURG HIGH SCHOOL OF ART AND TECHNOLOGY 52 88.5%
PROGRESS HIGH SCHOOL FOR PROFESSIONAL CAREERS 172 69.8%
EAST WILLIAMSBURG SCHOLARS ACADEMY 86 68.6%
THE HIGH SCHOOL FOR ENTERPRISE, BUSINESS AND TECHN 217 85.3%
BROOKLYN PREPARATORY HIGH SCHOOL 136 91.9%
WILLIAMSBURG HIGH SCHOOL FOR ARCHITECTURE AND DESI 126 96.0%
WILLIAMSBURG PREPARATORY SCHOOL 156 97.4%
LYONS COMMUNITY SCHOOL 73 72.6%
A-TECH HIGH SCHOOL 86 76.7%
YOUNG WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP SCHOOL OF BROOKLYN 46 89.1%
EL PUENTE ACADEMY FOR PEACE AND JUSTICE 49 65.3%
BROOKLYN FRONTIERS HIGH SCHOOL 105 29.5%
DIGITAL ARTS AND CINEMA TECHNOLOGY HIGH SCHOOL 33 97.0%
BROOKLYN COLLABORATIVE STUDIES 86 88.4%
JOHN JAY SCHOOL FOR LAW 89 87.6%
CYBERARTS STUDIO ACADEMY 58 72.4%
PARK SLOPE COLLEGIATE 103 82.5%
THE BOERUM HILL SCHOOL FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDIES 54 90.7%
COBBLE HILL SCHOOL OF AMERICAN STUDIES 118 72.9%
WEST BROOKLYN COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL 108 6.5%
KHALIL GIBRAN INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY 49 77.6%
BROOKLYN HIGH SCHOOL OF THE ARTS 199 92.0%
SUNSET PARK HIGH SCHOOL 280 89.3%
MILLENNIUM BROOKLYN HS 155 100.0%
SOUTH BROOKLYN COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL 62 22.6%
BOYS AND GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL 100 70.0%
BROOKLYN HIGH SCHOOL FOR LAW AND TECHNOLOGY 111 90.1%
RESEARCH AND SERVICE HIGH SCHOOL 122 22.1%
THE BROOKLYN ACADEMY OF GLOBAL FINANCE 33 90.9%
NELSON MANDELA HIGH SCHOOL 35 85.7%
PATHWAYS IN TECHNOLOGY EARLY COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL ( 121 76.9%
ACADEMY FOR COLLEGE PREPARATION AND CAREER EXPLORA 63 74.6%
ACADEMY OF HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM 56 85.7%
WEB DUBOIS ACADEMIC HIGH SCHOOL 2 s
INTERNATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL AT PROSPECT HEIGHTS 100 76.0%
THE HIGH SCHOOL FOR GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP 53 86.8%
SCHOOL FOR HUMAN RIGHTS, THE 74 87.8%
HIGH SCHOOL FOR YOUTH AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AT 121 82.6%
HIGH SCHOOL FOR SERVICE & LEARNING AT ERASMUS 63 73.0%
SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND RESEARCH EARLY COLLEGE HIG 93 98.9%
HIGH SCHOOL FOR PUBLIC SERVICE: HEROES OF TOMORROW 104 95.2%
BROOKLYN ACADEMY OF SCIENCE AND THE ENVIRONMENT 89 79.8%
BROOKLYN SCHOOL FOR MUSIC & THEATRE 54 79.6%
BROWNSVILLE ACADEMY HIGH SCHOOL 73 24.7%
MEDGAR EVERS COLLEGE PREPARATORY SCHOOL 196 96.9%
CLARA BARTON HIGH SCHOOL 282 75.5%
ASPIRATIONS DIPLOMA PLUS HIGH SCHOOL 95 17.9%
BROOKLYN INSTITUTE FOR LIBERAL ARTS 106 92.5%
ACADEMY FOR HEALTH CAREERS 82 85.4%
IT TAKES A VILLAGE ACADEMY 210 86.2%
BROOKLYN COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL FOR EXCELLENCE AND 55 76.4%
BROOKLYN THEATRE ARTS HIGH SCHOOL 92 71.7%
KURT HAHN EXPEDITIONARY LEARNING SCHOOL 90 82.2%
VICTORY COLLEGIATE HIGH SCHOOL 77 90.9%
BROOKLYN BRIDGE ACADEMY 97 23.7%
ARTS & MEDIA PREPARATORY ACADEMY 1 s
HIGH SCHOOL FOR INNOVATION IN ADVERTISING AND MEDI 58 84.5%
CULTURAL ACADEMY FOR THE ARTS AND SCIENCES 75 88.0%
HIGH SCHOOL FOR MEDICAL PROFESSIONS 94 89.4%
OLYMPUS ACADEMY 85 30.6%
ACADEMY FOR CONSERVATION AND THE ENVIRONMENT 73 90.4%
URBAN ACTION ACADEMY 71 67.6%
EAST BROOKLYN COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL 111 28.8%
ACADEMY FOR YOUNG WRITERS 78 89.7%
EAST NEW YORK FAMILY ACADEMY 58 96.6%
SPRING CREEK COMMUNITY SCHOOL 69 94.2%
FDNY - CAPTAIN VERNON A. RICHARD HIGH SCHOOL FOR F 60 78.3%
HIGH SCHOOL FOR CIVIL RIGHTS 67 74.6%
PERFORMING ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY HIGH SCHOOL 103 81.6%
WORLD ACADEMY FOR TOTAL COMMUNITY HEALTH HIGH SCHO 61 68.9%
MULTICULTURAL HIGH SCHOOL 67 86.6%
TRANSIT TECH CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION HIGH S 136 77.9%
ACADEMY OF INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY 104 90.4%
BROOKLYN LAB SCHOOL 88 86.4%
CYPRESS HILLS COLLEGIATE PREPARATORY SCHOOL 65 87.7%
W. H. MAXWELL CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION HIGH 104 79.8%
SCHOOL FOR CLASSICS HIGH SCHOOL 82 82.9%
THE URBAN ASSEMBLY SCHOOL FOR COLLABORATIVE HEALTH 73 90.4%
NEW UTRECHT HIGH SCHOOL 829 76.6%
HIGH SCHOOL OF TELECOMMUNICATION ARTS AND TECHNOLO 291 92.1%
FORT HAMILTON HIGH SCHOOL 1115 80.7%
FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT HIGH SCHOOL 811 70.7%
URBAN ASSEMBLY SCHOOL FOR LEADERSHIP AND EMPOWERME 66 95.5%
INTERNATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL AT LAFAYETTE 83 73.5%
RACHEL CARSON HIGH SCHOOL FOR COASTAL STUDIES 169 85.8%
HIGH SCHOOL OF SPORTS MANAGEMENT 67 74.6%
ABRAHAM LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL 474 79.3%
KINGSBOROUGH EARLY COLLEGE SCHOOL 85 98.8%
EDWARD R. MURROW HIGH SCHOOL 854 87.4%
JOHN DEWEY HIGH SCHOOL 562 78.6%
LIFE ACADEMY HIGH SCHOOL FOR FILM AND MUSIC 72 77.8%
LEADERS HIGH SCHOOL 92 89.1%
WILLIAM E. GRADY CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION HI 102 67.6%
BROOKLYN STUDIO SECONDARY SCHOOL 137 92.0%
LIBERATION DIPLOMA PLUS 80 18.8%
MIDWOOD HIGH SCHOOL 992 96.2%
JAMES MADISON HIGH SCHOOL 849 88.5%
LEON M. GOLDSTEIN HIGH SCHOOL FOR THE SCIENCES 262 96.6%
BROOKLYN COLLEGE ACADEMY 151 98.7%
ORIGINS HIGH SCHOOL 116 89.7%
PROFESSIONAL PATHWAYS HIGH SCHOOL 89 34.8%
BROOKLYN COLLEGIATE: A COLLEGE BOARD SCHOOL 82 84.1%
FREDERICK DOUGLASS ACADEMY VII HIGH SCHOOL 27 85.2%
BROOKLYN DEMOCRACY ACADEMY 87 32.2%
EAGLE ACADEMY FOR YOUNG MEN II 97 91.8%
METROPOLITAN DIPLOMA PLUS HIGH SCHOOL 108 19.4%
TEACHERS PREPARATORY HIGH SCHOOL 46 69.6%
INTERNATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL FOR HEALTH SCIENCES 62 77.4%
ACADEMY OF FINANCE AND ENTERPRISE 157 97.5%
HIGH SCHOOL OF APPLIED COMMUNICATION 96 86.5%
CIVIC LEADERSHIP ACADEMY 134 90.3%
PAN AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL 100 89.0%
BARD HIGH SCHOOL EARLY COLLEGE QUEENS 152 99.3%
NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL 433 76.2%
GROVER CLEVELAND HIGH SCHOOL 457 67.4%
MIDDLE COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL AT LAGUARDIA COMMUNITY 103 86.4%
INTERNATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL AT LAGUARDIA COMMUNITY C 111 84.7%
HIGH SCHOOL FOR ARTS AND BUSINESS 173 93.6%
ROBERT F. WAGNER, JR. SECONDARY SCHOOL FOR ARTS AN 127 98.4%
MASPETH HIGH SCHOOL 262 98.5%
QUEENS TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL 326 85.9%
AVIATION CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATION HIGH SCHOOL 441 98.9%
VOYAGES PREPARATORY 102 6.9%
VERITAS ACADEMY 142 85.2%
QUEENS HIGH SCHOOL FOR LANGUAGE STUDIES 106 92.5%
QUEENS SCHOOL OF INQUIRY, THE 85 98.8%
FLUSHING INTERNATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL 83 83.1%
EAST-WEST SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES 96 97.9%
WORLD JOURNALISM PREPARATORY: A COLLEGE BOARD SCHO 80 95.0%
JOHN BOWNE HIGH SCHOOL 875 77.3%
FLUSHING HIGH SCHOOL 383 77.3%
TOWNSEND HARRIS HIGH SCHOOL 292 99.7%
QUEENS ACADEMY HIGH SCHOOL 157 15.9%
ROBERT F. KENNEDY COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL 186 84.9%
NORTH QUEENS COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL 58 13.8%
BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY EARLY COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL 108 98.1%
BENJAMIN N. CARDOZO HIGH SCHOOL 864 92.6%
FRANCIS LEWIS HIGH SCHOOL 1126 92.0%
MARTIN VAN BUREN HIGH SCHOOL 246 85.4%
BAYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL 625 99.0%
QUEENS HIGH SCHOOL OF TEACHING, LIBERAL ARTS AND T 252 94.8%
FREDERICK DOUGLASS ACADEMY VI HIGH SCHOOL 103 52.4%
VOYAGES PREP - SOUTH QUEENS 113 39.8%
CHANNEL VIEW SCHOOL FOR RESEARCH 125 100.0%
QUEENS HIGH SCHOOL FOR INFORMATION, RESEARCH, AND 134 85.1%
ROBERT H. GODDARD HIGH SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION ART 148 95.3%
ACADEMY OF MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY: A COLLEGE BOARD SCH 110 69.1%
EPIC HIGH SCHOOL - SOUTH 99 73.7%
SCHOLARS' ACADEMY 184 97.8%
ROCKAWAY PARK HIGH SCHOOL FOR ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAI 70 68.6%
EPIC HIGH SCHOOL - NORTH 117 76.9%
ROCKAWAY COLLEGIATE HIGH SCHOOL 85 77.6%
AUGUST MARTIN HIGH SCHOOL 81 91.4%
RICHMOND HILL HIGH SCHOOL 438 70.8%
JOHN ADAMS HIGH SCHOOL 653 81.6%
HIGH SCHOOL FOR CONSTRUCTION TRADES, ENGINEERING A 259 98.5%
METROPOLITAN EXPEDITIONARY LEARNING SCHOOL 104 98.1%
YORK EARLY COLLEGE ACADEMY 84 97.6%
QUEENS COLLEGIATE: A COLLEGE BOARD SCHOOL 106 81.1%
HILLSIDE ARTS & LETTERS ACADEMY 110 92.7%
HIGH SCHOOL FOR COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP 103 95.1%
QUEENS SATELLITE HIGH SCHOOL FOR OPPORTUNITY 132 15.9%
JAMAICA GATEWAY TO THE SCIENCES 124 89.5%
FOREST HILLS HIGH SCHOOL 897 91.1%
HILLCREST HIGH SCHOOL 822 74.9%
THOMAS A. EDISON CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION HI 501 94.4%
QUEENS GATEWAY TO HEALTH SCIENCES SECONDARY SCHOOL 92 96.7%
QUEENS METROPOLITAN HIGH SCHOOL 288 90.3%
QUEENS HIGH SCHOOL FOR THE SCIENCES AT YORK COLLEG 113 100.0%
HIGH SCHOOL FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT AND PUBLIC SAFETY 79 84.8%
YOUNG WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP SCHOOL, QUEENS 71 98.6%
INSTITUTE FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONS AT CAMBRIA HEIGHT 125 92.8%
QUEENS PREPARATORY ACADEMY 89 84.3%
PATHWAYS COLLEGE PREPARATORY SCHOOL: A COLLEGE BOA 61 93.4%
EXCELSIOR PREPARATORY HIGH SCHOOL 129 89.1%
GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER HIGH SCHOOL FOR THE SCIEN 126 78.6%
PREPARATORY ACADEMY FOR WRITERS: A COLLEGE BOARD S 93 83.9%
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN HIGH SCHOOL FOR FINANCE & INFORM 79 84.8%
CAMBRIA HEIGHTS ACADEMY 72 87.5%
EAGLE ACADEMY FOR YOUNG MEN III 55 96.4%
MATHEMATICS, SCIENCE RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY MAGNE 118 69.5%
HUMANITIES & ARTS MAGNET HIGH SCHOOL 96 82.3%
ENERGY TECH HIGH SCHOOL 104 90.4%
YOUNG WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP SCHOOL, ASTORIA 74 100.0%
ACADEMY FOR CAREERS IN TELEVISION AND FILM 132 98.5%
WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT HIGH SCHOOL 610 83.9%
LONG ISLAND CITY HIGH SCHOOL 577 83.5%
FRANK SINATRA SCHOOL OF THE ARTS HIGH SCHOOL 186 97.8%
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY HIGH SCHOOL 244 81.6%
NEWCOMERS HIGH SCHOOL 252 81.3%
ACADEMY OF AMERICAN STUDIES 291 97.6%
BACCALAUREATE SCHOOL FOR GLOBAL EDUCATION 80 96.3%
CSI HIGH SCHOOL FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDIES 126 98.4%
GAYNOR MCCOWN EXPEDITIONARY LEARNING SCHOOL 88 94.3%
THE MICHAEL J. PETRIDES SCHOOL 110 91.8%
NEW DORP HIGH SCHOOL 764 87.4%
PORT RICHMOND HIGH SCHOOL 446 74.9%
CURTIS HIGH SCHOOL 587 75.6%
TOTTENVILLE HIGH SCHOOL 965 96.9%
SUSAN E. WAGNER HIGH SCHOOL 845 89.2%
CONCORD HIGH SCHOOL 69 18.8%
RALPH R. MCKEE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION HIGH 199 76.9%
STATEN ISLAND TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL 342 99.7%
THE BROOKLYN SCHOOL FOR MATH AND RESEARCH 61 85.2%
ACADEMY FOR EXCELLENCE IN LEADERSHIP 67 85.1%
EBC HIGH SCHOOL FOR PUBLIC SERVICE - BUSHWICK 127 89.0%
THE BROOKLYN SCHOOL FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE 89 82.0%
THE ACADEMY OF URBAN PLANNING AND ENGINEERING 40 92.5%
ALL CITY LEADERSHIP SECONDARY SCHOOL 62 100.0%
BUSHWICK LEADERS HIGH SCHOOL FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLEN 59 81.4%
BUSHWICK COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL 87 26.4%
ACHIEVEMENT FIRST CROWN HEIGHTS CHARTER SCHOOL 96 95.8%
KIPP AMP CHARTER SCHOOL 1 s
ACHIEVEMENT FIRST EAST NEW YORK CHARTER SCHOOL 72 84.7%
THE UFT CHARTER SCHOOL 26 92.3%
NEW VISIONS A.I.M. CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL I 71 25.4%
URBAN DOVE CHARTER SCHOOL 113 15.0%
WILLIAMSBURG CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL 222 83.8%
NEW DAWN CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL 116 19.0%
LEADERSHIP PREP BEDFORD STUYVESANT UNCOMMON PREP C 60 96.7%
ACHIEVEMENT FIRST BROWNSVILLE CHARTER SCHOOL 87 79.3%
BROOKLYN ASCEND CHARTER SCHOOL 52 88.5%
NORTHSIDE CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL 84 92.9%
BROOKLYN PROSPECT CHARTER SCHOOL 92 95.7%
EXCELLENCE GIRLS CHARTER SCHOOL 230 51.3%
SUMMIT ACADEMY CHARTER SCHOOL 52 82.7%
MATH, ENGINEERING, AND SCIENCE ACADEMY CHARTER HIG 111 94.6%
NEW VISIONS CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL FOR ADVANCED MATH 93 94.6%
NEW VISIONS CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL FOR THE HUMANITIES 49 89.8%
CONEY ISLAND PREPARATORY PUBLIC CHARTER SCHOOL 76 86.8%
UNITY PREP CHARTER SCHOOL 83 97.6%
LEADERSHIP PREPARATORY OCEAN HILL CHARTER SCHOOL 73 93.2%
BROOKLYN LAB CHARTER SCHOOL 6 0.0%
DEMOCRACY PREP ENDURANCE CHARTER SCHOOL 55 70.9%
CAPITAL PREPARATORY (CP) HARLEM CHARTER SCHOOL 1 s
THE OPPORTUNITY CHARTER SCHOOL 48 93.8%
HARLEM CHILDREN'S ZONE PROMISE ACADEMY 1 CHARTER S 62 98.4%
HARLEM VILLAGE ACADEMY EAST CHARTER SCHOOL 24 95.8%
KIPP INFINITY CHARTER SCHOOL 256 94.1%
NYC AUTISM CHARTER SCHOOL EAST HARLEM 2 s
HARLEM CHILDREN'S ZONE PROMISE ACADEMY II CHARTER 53 92.5%
DEMOCRACY PREP CHARTER SCHOOL 68 83.8%
SUCCESS ACADEMY CHARTER SCHOOL - HARLEM 1 130 75.4%
NEW HEIGHTS ACADEMY CHARTER SCHOOL 88 88.6%
RENAISSANCE CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL FOR INNOVATION 120 75.0%
INWOOD ACADEMY FOR LEADERSHIP CHARTER SCHOOL 106 89.6%
DEMOCRACY PREP HARLEM CHARTER SCHOOL 63 66.7%
EAST HARLEM SCHOLARS ACADEMY CHARTER SCHOOL 1 s
BROOME STREET ACADEMY CHARTER SCHOOL 81 67.9%
JOHN V. LINDSAY WILDCAT ACADEMY CHARTER SCHOOL 139 25.9%
HARLEM PREP CHARTER SCHOOL 77 70.1%
HARLEM VILLAGE ACADEMY WEST CHARTER SCHOOL 35 97.1%
NEW VISIONS CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL FOR ADVANCED MATH 116 97.4%
NEW VISIONS CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL FOR THE HUMANITIES 1 s
NEW DAWN CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL II 34 0.0%
RENAISSANCE CHARTER SCHOOL 50 90.0%
NEW VENTURES CHARTER SCHOOL 63 30.2%
JOHN W. LAVELLE PREPARATORY CHARTER SCHOOL 47 97.9%
BRONX LIGHTHOUSE CHARTER SCHOOL 57 75.4%
NEW VISIONS A.I.M. CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL II 113 17.7%
NEW VISIONS CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL FOR ADVANCED MATH 114 93.9%
NEW VISIONS CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL FOR THE HUMANITIES 122 87.7%
HYDE LEADERSHIP CHARTER SCHOOL 98 56.1%
INTERNATIONAL LEADERSHIP CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL 71 91.5%
UNIVERSITY PREP CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL 96 94.8%
NYC CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL FOR ARCHITECTURE, ENGINEER 98 98.0%
CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL FOR LAW AND SOCIAL JUSTICE 106 71.7%
METROPOLITAN LIGHTHOUSE CHARTER SCHOOL 1 s
DR. RICHARD IZQUIERDO HEALTH AND SCIENCE CHARTER S 143 91.6%
THE EQUALITY CHARTER SCHOOL 91 90.1%
NEW VISIONS CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL FOR ADVANCED MATH 107 96.3%
NEW VISIONS CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL FOR THE HUMANITIES 125 100.0%
SOUTH BRONX COMMUNITY CHARTER SCHOOL 99 82.8%
URBAN DOVE TEAM CHARTER SCHOOL II 57 0.0%
BRONX PREPARATORY CHARTER SCHOOL 64 76.6%
KIPP ACADEMY CHARTER SCHOOL 56 92.9%
Source: NYC Department of Education

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