Education

High School Transition

Resources for Students with Disabilities - GenerationNYC

GenerationNYC has laid out information for High School Students with Disabilities. This includes information on Individualized Education Programs (IEP), Office of Pupil Transportation, School Building Accessibility and Inclusive Classroom Programs through District 75.

District 75 Schools

District 75 provides citywide educational, vocational, and behavior support programs for students with different disabilities. Programs are available in district school buildings, specialized schools, agencies, hospitals, and in homes.


Brooklyn Frontiers High School

Brooklyn Frontiers High School, is a small public high school in downtown Brooklyn that exclusively serves high-needs, over-age students at risk of dropping out. The school partners with Good Shepherd Services to provide students with holistic services; each student is matched with a dedicated “coach” who guides them in achieving their academic and personal goals.

112 Schermerhorn Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201

  • Phone: 718-722-4727
  • Fax: 718-722-7919

Brooklyn Frontiers High School Website


INCLUDEnyc

INCLUDEnyc works to bring equity and access to young people with all disabilities in NYC by providing them and their families the resources and support they need.

They have an extensive list of resources for learning and school, family support, parenting and advocacy, employment, and social resources.

Directory of INCLUDEnyc Resources

INCLUDEnyc Helpline

INCLUDEnyc has a help line with specialists that can provide in-depth, one-to-one help and referral information.

Hours: Monday - Thursday from 9:00AM to 3:00PM

  • English Phone: 212-677-4660
  • English Text: 646-693-3175
  • Llame: 212-677-4668
  • Texto: 646-693-3157

INCLUDEnyc Helpline Information