NYC Department of Education

Department of Education (DOE)

Ensures students within the district receive an education that meets the requisite standard.

52 Chambers Street, New York, NY 10007

(212) 504-4115

https://www.schools.nyc.gov/

Monday-Saturday, 9am-5pm

Regulations of the Chancellor

List of all the Chancellor’s Regulations, including A-740—Pregnant and Parenting Students and A-170—Home Instruction.

https://www1.nyc.gov/nyc-resources/service/1364/chancellors-regulations

For questions regarding the regulations: (212) 504-4115

Manhattan Referral Center for HS Alternatives

Located in each borough.  Guidance counsellors and social workers help students find their best pathway to a diploma or the high school equivalency (formerly the GED) exam, and beyond.

212-224-1793

Alternative Learning Complex, 269 West 35th Street, New York, NY 10001

Monday-Friday, 8:30am-2:30am

Bronx Referral Center for HS Alternatives

Guidance counsellors and social workers help students find their best pathway to a diploma or the high school equivalency (formerly the GED) exam, and beyond

718-842-9200

Bronx Regional High School, 1010 Reverend James A. Polite Avenue, 3rd Floor, New York, NY 10459

Monday-Friday, 8:30am-2:30am

Brooklyn Referral Center for HS Alternatives

Guidance counsellors and social workers help students find their best pathway to a diploma or the high school equivalency (formerly the GED) exam, and beyond.


718-636-5770

Marcy Avenue Complex, 832 Marcy Avenue, New York, NY 11216

Monday-Friday, 8:30am-2:30am

Queens Referral Center for HS Alternatives

Guidance counsellors and social workers help students find their best pathway to a diploma or the high school equivalency (formerly the GED) exam, and beyond.

718-739-2100

Jamaica Learning Center, 162-02 Hillside Avenue, New York, NY 11432

Monday-Friday, 8:30am-2:30am

Staten Island Referral Center for HS Alternatives

Guidance counsellors and social workers help students find their best pathway to a diploma or the high school equivalency (formerly the GED) exam, and beyond.

718-273-3225

450 St. Marks Place, New York, NY 10301

LYFE Program

provides free, high-quality early childhood education to children of student parents. Makes it possible for student parents to achieve their academic goals

500 Eighth Avenue, Suite 1004, New York, NY

(212) 609–8520

lyfe@schools.nyc.gov

Career and Technical Education

Offers job training for the information economy, with programs focused on information technology, healthcare, and professional services. Also offers training for trades such as automotive maintenance and construction. 

Tweed Courthouse, 52 Chambers Street, New York, NY 10007

(212) 504-4115

ctenyc@schools.nyc.gov

Transfer HS

Full time high schools designed to re-engage students who have dropped out or who have fallen behind in credits.

Tweed Courthouse, 52 Chambers Street, New York, NY 10007

(212) 504-4115

OPSR@schools.nyc.gov

Manhattan Young Adult Borough Center

Offers evening academic programs designed for high school students who are behind in credit, considering dropping out, or because of adult responsibilities in the daytime.

George Washington Campus YABC, 549 Audubon Ave, New York, NY 10020

Contact Name: Samuel Akel

Contact Number: (212) 927-1841 X634

sakel@schools.nyc.gov

Monday-Thursday, 1pm-7pm

Bronx Young Adult Borough Centers

Offers evening academic programs designed for high school students who are behind in credit, considering dropping out, or because of adult responsibilities in the daytime.

Adlai Stevenson Campus YABC, 1980 Lafayette Ave, New York, NY 10473

Contact Name: Gladys De la Cruz

Contact Number: (718) 792-8264 X1111

gdelacruz@schools.nyc.gov

Monday-Thursday, 1pm-7pm

Brooklyn Young Adult Borough Center

Offers evening academic programs designed for high school students who are behind in credit, considering dropping out, or because of adult responsibilities in the daytime.

Abraham Lincoln YABC, 2800 Ocean Pkwy, New York, NY 11235

Contact Name: Neal Reich

Contact Number: (718) 333-7455

nreich@schools.nyc.gov

Monday-Thursday, 1pm-7pm

Queens Young Adult Borough Center

Offers evening academic programs designed for high school students who are behind in credit, considering dropping out, or because of adult responsibilities in the daytime.

Flushing YABC, 35-01 Union St, New York, NY 11354

Contact Name: James (Ben) Petty

Contact Number: (718) 888-7500 X6100

jpetty@schools.nyc.gov

Monday-Thursday, 1pm-7pm

Staten Island Young Adult Borough Center

Offers evening academic programs designed for high school students who are behind in credit, considering dropping out, or because of adult responsibilities in the daytime.

Tottenville YABC,100 Luten Avenue, New York, NY 10312

Contact Name: Michael Noto

Contact Number: (718) 668-8800 X22081

mnoto@schools.nyc.gov

Monday-Thursday, 1pm-7pm