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CYD congratulates the Class of 2022!
Students from our partner schools celebrated their choices for college and other postsecondary opportunities on Decision Day!
A teacher at MCNDHS uses protest music as a teaching tool to help students relate to U.S. historical and social issues from the Revolutionary War to Black Lives Matter.
“Since I was a kid, I’ve loved writing,” says Amy Muñoz-Sanchez, an MCNDHS senior who earned a prestigious Athena Scholarship to Hunter College for philosophically minded students.
The MCNDHS BioBuilderClub team hard at work on their experiment in the BioBuilder Learning Lab at Gingko Bioworks in Boston.
An MCNDHS teacher’s short story, based on his experiences teaching online during the shutdown, was a finalist in an Academy for Teachers contest. Here he shares the joy of being back in person.
More than 125 young people got their high school diplomas from our transfer high schools last week.
Claudia, an aspiring psychologist from Peru, planned her future while attending MCNDHS and working at Chipotle.
Remember the excuses you used in high school? MCNDHS teacher Jonathan Hull crafted an award-winning short-short story that reveals a pandemic/21st-century version of “the dog ate my homework.”
Oumar, a student at Manhattan Comprehensive, is applying to college and working as a peer tutor, thanks to his counselors at CYD. He is happy to be back in school, and his future is bright.