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New website launches to help middle schoolers navigate the high school application process

New website launches to help middle schoolers navigate the high school application process

 

New York City has public high schools with every imaginable theme, a dizzying array of application requirements, and charter schools galore. Choosing from one of NYC's over 400 public high schools can be a real task. How do you decide where you go to school? And what's at stake?

A group of NYC public high school students, CUP, the Resilience Advocacy Project (RAP), and teaching artist Douglas Paulson created a website to break down how the high school application process really works.

 

Check it out the Old School New School website at: welcometocup.org/oldschoolnewschool

We’re distributing the final printed piece to middle schools, guidance counselors, and students. Get in touch if you’re interested in distributing the printed piece at your school!

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