Current 8th and 9th grade students (and their families) interested in applying to Brooklyn Prospect Charter School for admission to our fall 2013 9th and 10th grades, are invited to attend a high school information session at the school facility.
Parents and students will meet High School Principal Kim Raccio and learn more about Brooklyn Prospect's high school program. Following the presentation, the high school team will take questions from those in attendance.
Students attending this event will also have the opportunity to attend "high school taster" lessons. Please use the following link to select the three courses that your student would be most interested in "previewing" during the January 28th BPCS HS Information Night.
Link here to select courses
All lessons are 20 minutes long and will provide an opportunity for students to meet the teacher, learn a bit about the subject and ask questions. If you're not sure what courses your student would like to attend, you can leave this blank and a schedule will be generated for you. Please note, these lessons are only available for students to participate.
Please note this event is an identical high school information session to be held later on in March 18, 2013. Due to space constraints, RSVPs for this event are limited.
IMPORTANT NOTE: This information session is geared to current 8th and 9th grade students and their parents. We are currently growing a grade each year. For the 2013-14 school year we will enroll students in grades 6-10.
When & Where
Brooklyn Prospect Charter School
Serving kindergarten through twelfth grade, Brooklyn Prospect pairs students with excellent teachers in a college preparatory environment using the International Baccalaureate program. We prepare students to become global citizens and help them to develop the love of learning that provides the foundation for lifelong personal and academic success.
Brooklyn Prospect is committed to:
Teaching the skills and habits of mind necessary for success in the global community
Recruiting, training and retaining excellent teachers
- Reflecting the diversity of Brooklyn’s neighborhoods