The Secondary School for Law, Journalism and Research 237 7th Ave, Brooklyn, NY11215 The Secondary School for Law, Journalism and Research is a public school operated by the New York City Department of…More Education. The school educates students in grades six through twelve. Class sizes may range from 26 to 32. The school is located on 7th Avenue, between 4th and 5th Streets. It was formerly the home of John Jay High School, which closed due to low performance in 2004.
Located on a quiet block on 6th Avenue, P.S. 39 is a New York City Public School for children in preschool through…More fifth grade. The school also hosts an after-school program that offers homework assistance, arts, sports, karate and Italian enrichment.
St Francis After School 763 President St, Brooklyn, NY11215 The St. Francis Xavier youth programs are held after school. They offer homework help, recreational activities, arts and…More crafts, family nights and more for local children to lead active, fun lives in a safe environment. They also help with standardized test preparation. The programs, held at the St. Francis school on a safe, quaint block, are offered to both the Catholic school and public school children in the area, up to the junior high level. Students may participate in dance, choir, science, sports, and more, with their peers.
PS 124 Silas B. Dutcher Elementary School is a public elementary school in Park Slope. The school offers…More district-approved curricula for children in grades pre-k through 5. Lessons focus on an array of subject-based learning, technology, media studies and children's literature. Extracurricular activities such as visual and performing arts are available as well.
The school runs a blog to which both teachers and students contribute.
P.S. 282/M.S. 282 180 6th Ave, Brooklyn, NY11217 The combined elementry school and middle school at P.S. 282/M.S. 282 is a New York City public school for students in…More grades Pre-K through Eighth, located on Park Slope's quiet, residential Sixth Avenue. The school offers gifted and talented classes for students in kindergarten through fifth grades, as well as a variety of enrichment and exrtacurricular activities. The Teachers College Workshop Model and Everyday Mathematics are also incorporated into the curriculum.
Project Reach Youth 199 14th St, Brooklyn, NY11215 Located in the Park Slope Neighborhood Family Center, Project Reach Youth is a nonprofit organization that offers…More services ranging from GED and English classes to HIV peer education and afterschool programs at public schools throughout the borough. Additionally, the center offers certified nurse training and citizenship classes. The organization is part of the Lutheran Family Health Center.