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Below are links to resources for Education: Undergraduate Application Guide The transition from high school to college can be a rigorous journey, one where preparation is key. With the application process underway now, we at wanted to share our guide for students beginning the college application process, a guide that outlines the process from beginning to end!

The key to the application process is preparation and keeping on top of important dates, in our guide we cover this all in great detail, including key pieces:

• Admissions exams
• Personal statements and entrance essays
• Letters of recommendation
• Interviews and campus visits

Our guide is a one-stop location where students can understand, plan, and navigate their way through the college application process.

The Brooklyn Parent Guide To Public Education (English)
The Brooklyn Parent Guide To Public Education (Spanish)
Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams Presents: The Brooklyn Parent Guide To Public Education
Center for School, College, and Career Resources (CSCCR)
  • Comprehensive guide on the College-Level Examination Program (CLEP). It includes the 35 examination subjects, what’s on each test, how to prepare, registration timelines, and advice from actual CLEP exam coaches.
  • This guide focuses on helping students understand how an IB program can help with college, breaks down the differences between AP and IB courses and provides tips for students choosing an IB program.
  • Credits Before College. This guide provides an extensive overview of AP courses and how to earn college credits. It includes information on how AP classes can save money and time, provides questions students can take to their counselors and describes how students can take advantage of AP classes offered online.
Supporting Sustainability in Schools Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams Presents; Supporting Sustainability in Schools: A Greener Path Forward
 NYC Department of Education The New York City Department of Education is committed to working collaboratively with parents, educators, school communities, and external stakeholders to improve student achievement and ensure that every child graduates from high school prepared for college, a career, and a future as a productive, critically thinking adult.DOE’s choices and enrollment

DOE’s superintendents and parent coordinators 

DOE’s Community Education Council

  • CCHS – Citywide Council on High Schools
  • CCSE – Citywide Council on Special Education
  • CCELL – Citywide Council on English Language Learners
  • CCD75 – Citywide Council on District 75
 Brooklyn Public Library As an independent system, separate from the New York City and Queens libraries, Brooklyn Public Library serves the borough’s 2.5 million residents, offering thousands of public programs, millions of books and use of more than 1,100 free Internet-accessible computers.
 City University of New York (CUNY) The City University of New York provides high-quality, accessible education for more than 269,000 degree-credit students and 247,000 adult, continuing and professional education students at 24 campuses across New York City.
The State University of New York (SUNY) SUNY offers students a wide diversity of educational options including short-term vocational/technical courses, certificate, associate, and baccalaureate degree programs, graduate degrees and post-doctoral studies. SUNY provides access to almost every field of academic or professional study within the system with over 7,000 degree and certificate programs.
 LIU Brooklyn LIU Brooklyn offers more than 200 undergraduate and graduate degrees, doctoral programs, advanced certificates, and continuing education programs.
 Pratt Institute With a 25-acre campus in Brooklyn, a creative hub in the midst of a renaissance, and another in Manhattan, Pratt is a living lab of craft and culture. The Institute’s campus in the historic Clinton Hill neighborhood of Brooklyn is adjacent to the emerging Brooklyn Tech Triangle, a nexus for innovation and entrepreneurship.
Brooklyn Law School Brooklyn Law School offers the ultimate urban campus, uniquely situated in New York City, at the intersection of Brooklyn Heights’ beautiful historic district, the Brooklyn Civic Center, and downtown Brooklyn. The campus is at the heart of a distinctive legal, cultural, social, and visually stunning neighborhood that draws visitors from around the world to its cool communities and tree-lined streets.
 St. Francis College St. Francis College has a proud heritage of preparing students to take their places as leaders in their fields and to become contributing members of society. With a mission founded on the ideals and teachings of St. Francis of Assisi, the College plays a vital role in the community and in the lives of its students and alumni.
ASA College The mission of ASA College is to educate a diverse and qualified student population to become responsible professionals committed to lifelong learning by equipping them with a firm academic foundation and career-specific competencies.
ASA offers high-quality degree and certificate programs that respond to the needs of students and employers in a global economy.
NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering Invention, innovation, and entrepreneurship. It is New York University Polytechnic School of Engineering’s fundamental way of approaching academics and research by arming faculty and students with the tools and resources to turn their inspiration into applications, products, and services that take flight towards the market.
 NYC Education Resources Pre-K through 12th Grade
Enrollment, transfers, special programs, administration, tests, and school performance. Higher & Continuing Education
Higher education, preparation and savings programs, and scholarships.
Public Schools Map  Map of Brooklyn Elementary, Middle and High Schools
Inside Schools
Inside Schools is dedicated to improving schools for every child in the city. They provide authoritative independent information about New York City’s public schools. They want to tell you what’s really going on, because test scores don’t tell the whole story. Inside Schools visit hundreds of schools each year and interview thousands of people—principals, teachers, students and parents. They observe what’s happening in the classrooms, cafeterias, hallways and even the bathrooms.
PTAlink PTAlink’s mission is to improve the quality of education for all children in the New York City public school system by making parent organizations stronger and more effectivePTAlink facilitates the growth and success of parent organizations and builds a collaborative community across public schools by providing parent leaders with information, tools and support, as well as the opportunity to share experiences and best practices.
Chalkbeat is a nonprofit news organization covering educational change efforts in the communities where improvement matters most. Their mission is to inform the decisions and actions that lead to better outcomes for children and families by providing deep, local coverage of education policy and practice.
Alliance for Quality Education New York The Alliance for Quality Education is a coalition mobilizing communities across the state to keep New York true to its promise of ensuring a high-quality public school education to all students regardless of zip code
The College Board
The College Board is a mission-driven not-for-profit organization that connects students to college success and opportunity.
Sylvan Whatever the grade or skill level, Sylvan helps children to overcome tough subjects, rediscover the joy of learning and work towards real success in the classroom and beyond.
Kumon Kumon Math and Reading Centers develop the untapped potential of each and every child through building confidence and developing skills in the fundamental building blocks of math and reading.