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Overview. Core Values Admissions Processes NCLB Public School Choice Over-the-Counter Enrollment Admissions Policies Student Enrollment Resources. Core Values.

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overview
Overview
  • Core Values
  • Admissions Processes
  • NCLB Public School Choice
  • Over-the-Counter Enrollment
  • Admissions Policies
  • Student Enrollment Resources
core values
Core Values
  • EQUITY Processes should be standardized so that all students have access and can participate, with the same breadth and depth of information being offered to each family.
  • TRANSPARENCY and INTEGRITYAdmissions processes should be transparent so that all participants understand what options are available to them, know how to access those options, and make informed choices
  • STUDENT-DRIVEN CHOICEStudents should be able to express their true preferences and have those choices honored to the extent possible. Choice processes should be student-centered, not school-centered.
  • ACHIEVEMENT and ACCOUNTABILITYA student-driven process should help create competitiveness amongst schools, increasing the number of high-performing schools and thereby promoting higher levels of student achievement. Families should be able to hold the DOE accountable for the administration of the choice process at the highest levels
admissions processes
Admissions Processes
  • Pre-Kindergarten
  • Kindergarten
  • Gifted and Talented
  • Middle School
  • High School
  • Over-the-Counter Admissions (OTC)
pre kindergarten admissions
Pre-Kindergarten Admissions
  • Public School Programs
    • Centralized application process and admissions
    • Established priorities for admission
    • Online and paper application
    • Matching process driven by student choice and available seats
  • Community-Based Organizations (CBO)
    • School-based admissions
  • No guarantee for placement in a pre-K program
  • Placement in a public school pre-K program does not guarantee Kindergarten admission in that school for the following year; pre-K students must apply for admission to Kindergarten

www.nyc.gov/schools/ChoicesEnrollment/PreK

kindergarten admissions
Kindergarten Admissions
  • Standardized timeline
  • Established admission priorities
  • Standardized data collection

www.nyc.gov/schools/ChoicesEnrollment/Elementary

gifted and talented programs g t elementary school
Gifted and Talented Programs (G&T) - Elementary School
  • Centralized application and placement process based on eligibility
  • Standardized assessment tools (BSRA and OLSAT)
  • Citywide and District programs
  • Kindergarten entry grade across all five boroughs

www.nyc.gov/schools/GT

middle school admissions
Middle School Admissions
  • Middle School Admissions varies by district:
    • Middle school choice districts
    • Zoned school districts
    • Choice and zoned districts
    • Individual school processes that are separate from choice processes
  • Middle School Choice features:
    • Uniform timeline for admissions processes
    • Middle school fairs in October
    • Middle School Directories
    • One application for all districts with choice

www.nyc.gov/schools/ChoicesEnrollment/Middle

academically enriched middle school programs
Academically Enriched Middle School Programs
  • District-wide programs that require students to take the Otis Lennon School Ability Test (OLSAT)
  • Available in Districts 17, 18, 20, 22, 24 and 30
  • In District 17, 18, and 22, students must have 4th grade NYS English Language Arts (ELA) and NYS Mathematics Examination combined scale scores of 1371 or more (for instance, an ELA scale score of 700 and a Math scale score of 671 would meet the eligibility requirementby adding up to 1371)
  • Requires the submission of a Request For Testing form
  • Entry grades are primarily sixth grade with extremely limited seventh grade entry in specific districts
  • www.nyc.gov/schools/ChoicesEnrollment/Middle
high school admissions
High School Admissions
  • Centralized application process
  • Student driven choice (12 choices plus Specialized High Schools)
  • Matching process based on published admissions criteria uniformly applied to all students
  • Two Rounds
    • Main Round
    • Supplementary Round
  • Resources:
    • High School Directory, Specialized High Schools Handbook
    • Workshops, Citywide High School Fair, Borough Fairs

www.nyc.gov/schools/ChoicesEnrollment/High

nclb public school choice nclb psc
NCLB Public School Choice (NCLB PSC)
  • Parents of students enrolled at Title I Schools that have the classification of School In Need of Improvement (SINI) for two or more years and Persistently Low Achieving (PLA) schools can request transfers
  • Students currently enrolled in grades K-7 or 9-11 in a participating school and are scheduled to continue attending that school for the following school year are eligible to participate
  • Federal law requires that the NYCDOE give first priority to the lowest achieving low-income students. Placement also depends on seat availability in participating schools

www.nyc.gov/schools/NCLB

over the counter enrollment for students who are new to new york city public schools
Over-the-Counter Enrollmentfor students who are new to New York City public schools
  • Peak Period 2011
    • August 31 - September 16
    • 12 temporary student registration centers
  • Non-Peak Period
    • Mid-September through end of school year
    • 14 Borough Enrollment Offices
  • Elementary and Middle School
    • Register at your zoned school
    • If there is no zoned school for the student’s home address, visit a Borough Enrollment Office or Student Registration Center for assistance
  • High School
    • New students must register at a Borough Enrollment Office or Student Registration Center

www.nyc.gov/schools/ChoicesEnrollment/NewStudents

admissions policies chancellor s regulation a101
Admissions Policies – Chancellor’s Regulation A101
  • Chancellor’s Regulation A101
  • Policies on:
    • General Admissions Policies and Procedures
    • Admissions Procedures for Elementary, Middle and High School
    • Policies for Zoned Elementary and Middle Schools
    • Verification and Requirements of Residency
    • Transfers
    • Special Circumstances
    • List-notice
for more information
For More Information
  • Visit the Student Enrollment website
  • www.nyc.gov/schools/ChoicesEnrollment
  • Or call (718) 935 - 2009