Resources for Students

Below are commonly used student apps and online programs, which we have gathered together in one place for your convenience.

Rosetta Stone
Reading Plus

Rosetta Stone: Learn a English with Rosetta Stone,one of the world's best language-learning software.

Jumprope: Access your grades online.

Reading Plus : Transition from “learning to read” to “reading to learn”.

Miriam Webster : Free searchable dictionary and thesaurus.

Achieve 3000

Achieve3000: Daily

differentiated nonfiction reading and writing instruction.

The New York City Department of Youth and Community Development supports youth and their families through a range of youth and community development programs.

Schoology: Learning management system and virtual classroom.

Google Classroom : Access your class, upload and download assignments.

Explore U.S. history using primary sources from the Library of Congress.

Free online dictionaries, thesaurus and language translators.

Get information about U.S. government (system and policy)

Refdesk: Free and family friendly web site indexing and reviewing quality, credible, and current Internet reference resources.

Students wearing the same tshirt during Culture Day
Students dressed in traditional clothing of their countries
Students receiving Honors during Graduation
Students holding flags of their countries during Culture day