Thanksgiving Feast

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First Student Council Elections

Our First Student Council Elections took place today! Students got the opportunity to participate in elections for student council and were given the opportunity to have their voice heard at JDHS. Student Council would like to create a space for students to develop leadership skills […]

The Brooklyn High School Fair

John Dewey H.S. Hosts The Brooklyn High School Fair Students and families from all over came out to see all that Brooklyn high schools had to offer them. We at John Dewey H.S. were happy to host this event and […]

Welcome Back to School!

First day of school is Wednesday, September 5, 2018 NEW Student Schedule

Boro-wide High School Fair

John Dewey High School will be hosting the boro-wide High School Fair for prospective 9th graders for the 2019-2020 School Year. All Middle School students are encouraged to attend to learn about Brooklyn High Schools and the programs they offer.

 

College Is Possible – An Evening of Answers

College Is Possible - An Evening of Answers

Specialized High Schools: 2016 Testing and Audition Information

September 8-October 13, 2016
Register for the SHSAT and LaGuardia High School audition(s) with guidance counselors.

October 19, 2016
Test Tickets and Audition Tickets are available.

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ATTEND THE 2016 CITYWIDE AND BOROUGH HIGH SCHOOL FAIRS

2016 Citywide High School Fair
Saturday, September 24 10am – 3pm
Sunday, September 25

Brooklyn
Location: Brooklyn Technical High School
29 Fort Greene Place, 11217
Subway: D, N to Atlantic Avenue – Barclays Center; G to Fulton Street; 2, 3, 4, 5 to Nevins Street; A to Hoyt-Schermerhorn Street; B, Q, R to DeKalb Avenue; C to Lafayette Avenue
Bus: B103, B25, B26, B37, B38, B41, B45, B52, B54, B62, B63, B65, B67, B69

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The Mayor’s Message – Back To School 2016-17

T H E  CI T Y  O F  NEW  Y O R K
O F F I C E  O F  T H E  MA Y O R
N EW  Y O R K , NY  1 0 0 0 7

September 8, 2016

Dear Families:

There is always a special excitement on the first day of school, and I am so happy to join with Chancellor Fariña, principals, teachers and school communities throughout the five boroughs in extending a warm welcome to you all on this joyous day.

As parents, we send our children to school on the first day expecting great things. We want them to learn and to grow, to be safe and to make friends, to do well in school, and, eventually, to graduate and go on to a bright future. I want this success for all of New York City’s children, and our incredible students make me tremendously hopeful for the future of our great city.

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