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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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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

Congratulations to the CS Debate Team and Mr. Weissberg.  Hannah came in 2nd out of 84 debaters in the advanced division and Athena came out 7th out of 204 debaters in the novice division.

Congratulations to the six CS runners who competed in the Millrose Games–great job runners and Coaches Geraci, Rives, and Smith.

Congratulations to the CS Math Team, led by Ms. Weiss,  for their participation in the Math Counts Manhattan competition.

Great job CS student government for raising $648.70 for Save the Children’s Hurricane Maria relief fund!  Special shout out to 6th graders Max and Christopher for raising $200 during a weekend bake sale.

Congratulations to the CS girls’ soccer team for an undefeated season and an unbelievable 7-0 victory in the city championships.

And congratulations to the CS volleyball team and the amazing Coach OK on winning the city finals and finishing the season 11-0! These incredible athletes did not lose a set all season

We are so proud of all of you!  #CSpride!

Summer Reading!

Our goal for summer reading is for students to find a book they love and lose themselves in a new world. As author Malorie Blackman reminds us, “Reading is an exercise in empathy; an exercise in walking in someone else’s shoes for a while.” Each year, we carefully compile our list from teacher, staff, and student suggestions. As a result, you’ll find a wide variety of genres and authors revealing the breadth of interest and skill present among readers in our community.

We believe reading is an essential part of learning. In particular, summer reading supports student growth throughout the year. During the first days of school, students will engage in making connections to our 2018-2019 school-wide theme of Empowerment. Below are the steps to complete the Summer Reading Assignment.

1. All Community Read – ​A​ ​Long Walk to Water ​by Linda Sue Park We ask that all​ members of The Computer School community—students, parents/guardians, families, teachers and staff—read this young adult book that centers around the theme of empowerment.

2.​ Core Book: ​Students read one book from the list of core books (see below).

3. Free Choice Book: ​Students read at least one other book of their choice (see recommendations below).

4. Creative Response​: Students choose one of three options listed at the end of this letter to reflect on and respond to their CORE BOOK​. This assignment must be completed and presented on the first day of school.

Full Summer Reading Letter

Peter and the Star Catcher

This year’s CS musical was a mysterious adventure through the high seas to a faraway island! An orphan named Peter, and his new friend, Molly, took you there, navigating plenty of pirates and bands of thieves in their quest to keep a magical secret safe – and to save the world from evil!

We learned the back story of Peter Pan, Mrs. Darling, Tinker Bell, and Captain Hook in this exciting CS production.  Bravo to the performers, musicians, and stage crew.  What a fantastic show!

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

Results are 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.