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The Computer School

100 West 77th Street New York, NY 10024

Monday - Friday

9:00am - 3:20pm

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917-441-0873

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The Computer School

100 West 77th Street, New York, NY 10024

Monday through Friday: 9:00 am – 3:20 pm

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Environment for Advanced Learning

accelerated, progressive, public education in District 3 since 1983

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accelerated, progressive, public education in District 3 since 1983

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A diverse population of learners

The mission of the Computer School is to prepare a diverse population of learners with the academic and social skills to be leaders in their community.

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Computer School News

We’ve had a busy and exciting fall at the Computer School.

In the last weeks, 6th and 7th graders experienced Circus Abyssinia at the New Victory Theater. In ELA they just finished reading Pam Munoz Ryan’s The Dreamer.  In Science they’re looking at forms of energy and building Rube Goldbergs. And in Social Studies they investigated Westward Expansion from the perspectives of the many different groups of people in the American West.

As part of the ELA curriculum, 8th graders saw The Tempest at Lincoln Center Theater. Next they’re going to perform it themselves.  In Global Studies, 8th graders were grouped into 8 Greek city-states as they competed in academic and athletic Greek Olympics. In Earth Science, 8th graders have been working with a Scientist in Residence from Solar One once a week.

CS students competed in volleyball, soccer, cross country, basketball, flag football, debate. They are preparing for our annual musical theater performance, Urinetown. They ran for student government and they voted for their representatives.
To see more CS happenings, follow us on Instagram @thecomputerschool245.
We can’t wait to see what 2019 brings. We are so proud of all of you!  #CSpride!
6th Grade Frost Valley Trip

CS 6th graders began their field work in early October when they travelled to Frost Valley in Claryville, NY for an overnight camping trip.  While there they investigated a pond, watched a live birds of prey show, hiked, navigated a low ropes course.  They got to know each other while they learn how to be stewards of the Earth. Click here to see more pictures of the 6th graders in action.

ASM (All School Meeting)

Each month our community comes together for an All School Meeting.  ASMs are imagined, written, and performed by our 8th graders.  Our forth ASM team (Sammy, Lily, Isaiah, Olivia, Cait, Lillian, Nelson, Jack, Jordan & Jared) and faculty advisor (and editor), Mr. Novick, taught us about the importance of planning ahead. The video made us think and made us laugh. 6th graders drummers entertained us with their work with Ms. Butler and American Composers Orchestra. As always, we loved CS Spirit Team’s cheers.   Thank you to everyone who participated in Decembers’s ASM for teaching, entertaining, and building community.

School News

7th Grade Trip to Camp Mason

Click here to see pictures of CS 7th graders climbing, geocashing, investigating the pond, balancing on high ropes, collaborating on low ropes, playing, and building community at Camp Mason.

State Test Results

We are still waiting for the State to release the scores.  Once they’re released, they will be available at: https://mystudent.nyc.  You will need to log in.  Any questions, contact Sara Sloves at [email protected]

High School

All 8th graders:  High school tours and fairs are available throughout the fall.

Click here for high school updates.

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