The support and opportunities we provide our students would not have been possible without the support of our dedicated program partners. MIHS is indelibly grateful for their support in engaging and empowering our students to create a better future for the world.
ConnectEd Apple grant: Providing 1-1 iPads for every student. Classrooms are also equipped with AppleTV’s and Macbooks. Apple Distinguished Schools are hubs of innovation, leadership, and educational excellence. Using Apple hardware, apps, and content these schools have transformed teaching- developing exemplary learning environments that promote creativity, collaboration, and critical thinking. The Apple Distinguished School program supports school leaders through leadership events, opportunities to engage with experts, and collaboration with peers who share an interest in innovative learning and teaching.
The Software Engineering Program (SEP) is a multi-year, comprehensive, standards-aligned computer science education program for grades 6 to 12. The goals of the program are:
- Increase the number of high school graduates, particularly from traditionally underrepresented groups, that are ready to pursue new and emerging technology-driven roles across industries.
- Develop student computational thinking and problem-solving skills in real-world contexts.
Script Ed is a not for profit organization that equips students in under-resourced schools with the fundamental computer coding skills and professional experiences that together create access to careers in technology.
The Vanderbilt YMCA helps teens set and pursue high educational and career goals. From touring colleges together with teens from the neighborhood to filling out necessary paper work, Y teen staff can help you take charge of the college application process. Students at MIHS get free YMCA membership and services!
Magic Box Production: teaching artists come into the classroom to help students create photography, video, animation, audio, and web-based projects while building critical 21st century skills.
MCC Theater Company brings arts education into the classroom. The focus is on using theatrical skills to enliven and illuminate the humanities and English Language Arts curricula and to inspire a love of theater.
Big Brothers Big Sisters makes meaningful, monitored matches between adult volunteers (“Bigs”) and children (“Littles”). It develops positive relationships that have a direct and lasting effect on the lives of young people.
The French Heritage Language Program is a program of FACE Foundation, working in partnership with the French Embassy in the United States and the Internationals Network for Public Schools that's dedicated to promoting French language education in New York City public schools.
Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center is a unique, New York City-based program that delivers confidential, comprehensive, integrated medical and mental health services and prevention education to under-served and at-risk youth (aged 10 to 22), regardless of their ability to pay.