Public Schools in The Bronx, NY (2024)

  1. #2 Best Public High Schools in New YorkBronx High School of ScienceNew York City Geographic District No. 10, NY·9-12·Rating 3.89 out of 5 1,081 reviewsAlum: Definitely stressful and the school culture can be very competitive. However, I definitely feel like I was prepared for college by this school. The academics are rigorous and there are many opportunities to earn college credit. Teachers are a mixed bag but most of them are good and well-educated and a lot of the faculty here had a very large and positive influence on me. There are a lot of opportunities to get involved here and the sports are surprisingly not terrible. Alumni network is also pretty good. The school is obviously not located in the best area but I still felt safe during my time here. Overall, I had a good experience at this school.... Read 1,081 reviewsgradeA+Overall Niche GradeStudents 2,951Student-teacher ratio 21:1#2 Best Public High Schools in New York.Bronx High School of ScienceNew York City Geographic District No. 10, NY,9-12,1081 Niche users give it an average review of 3.9 stars.Featured Review: Alum says Definitely stressful and the school culture can be very competitive. However, I definitely feel like I was prepared for college by this school. The academics are rigorous and there are many....Read 1081 reviews.Overall Niche Grade: A+,Students: 2,951,Student-Teacher Ratio: 21 to 1,
  2. #3 Best Public High Schools in New YorkTownsend Harris High SchoolNew York City Geographic District No. 25, NY·9-12·Rating 4.22 out of 5 709 reviewsSenior: Deciding to attend Townsend Harris was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made.For starters, the community here is very welcoming, whether it be teachers, students, or admin. Spend a day here and you will see a multitude of friendly interactions between students and teachers in the halls (dapping teachers up, to yelling each others’ names and saying hi in the halls) Another aspect I appreciate is this school’s active student body. There are several major student-led events that occur throughout the year, and virtually all students participate it in. FON and S!NG are the major events, and during these times, almost the entirety of the student population comes together to put together the productions. The school is always bustling after school, and most people stay late to participate in clubs, attend FON or S!NG rehearsals, or simply hang out in the halls. I love this community and I would recommend this school to anyone who can handle high academic stress!... Read 709 reviewsgradeA+Overall Niche GradeStudents 1,322Student-teacher ratio 15:1#3 Best Public High Schools in New York.Townsend Harris High SchoolBlue checkmark.New York City Geographic District No. 25, NY,9-12,709 Niche users give it an average review of 4.2 stars.Featured Review: Senior says Deciding to attend Townsend Harris was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made.For starters, the community here is very welcoming, whether it be teachers, students, or admin. Spend a day here and you will see a multitude of friendly interactions between students and teachers in...Another aspect I appreciate is this school’s active student body. There are several major student-led events that occur throughout the year, and virtually all students participate it in. FON and S!NG...I love this community and I would recommend this school to anyone who can handle high academic stress!.Read 709 reviews.Overall Niche Grade: A+,Students: 1,322,Student-Teacher Ratio: 15 to 1,
  3. #4 Best Public High Schools in New YorkStuyvesant High SchoolNew York City Geographic District No. 2, NY·9-12·Rating 4.1 out of 5 1,186 reviewsParent: Stuyvesant represents a solid experience in the public school system. Many people are proud and happy to be here, across varied positions, teachers, administrators, staff, counseling etc. A huge school that manages to foster a sense of community! The students are very competitive with themselves, but for the most part very supportive of each other. Any student can find their passion and their people here, but they need to look and be involved. Fosters independence; diverse socioeconomically; many interesting perspectives; academic rigor; incredible resources; excellent facilities. That being said, not for every student; still need to deal with DOE bureaucracy in a big place; a couple of teachers have checked out or can’t teach; mental health is not the best here. Aside from that overall, Stuyvesant is pretty much what you see is what you get. Lots of pressure junior year. Heavy workload. Little sleep. I would like to see more understanding and focus on mental health.... Read 1,186 reviewsgradeA+Overall Niche GradeStudents 3,247Student-teacher ratio 21:1#4 Best Public High Schools in New York.Stuyvesant High SchoolBlue checkmark.New York City Geographic District No. 2, NY,9-12,1186 Niche users give it an average review of 4.1 stars.Featured Review: Parent says Stuyvesant represents a solid experience in the public school system. Many people are proud and happy to be here, across varied positions, teachers, administrators, staff, counseling etc. A huge....Read 1186 reviews.Overall Niche Grade: A+,Students: 3,247,Student-Teacher Ratio: 21 to 1,
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  5. #3 Best Public High Schools in New JerseyBergen County AcademiesBergen County Vocational Technical School District, NJ·9-12·Rating 3.75 out of 5 567 reviewsAlum: When choosing which school to attend, always enter with clear goals. Are you trying to make a certain college? Are you trying to work at a certain organization? Are you trying to pursue a certain career? Are you trying to embark upon a certain set of activities? Choose the school that seems like it will maximize your ability to meet your goals.Pros:- wide breadth of activities and courses- great student body- knowledgeable faculty- college visits- career days- electives- senior experience- interesting trips- research experiencesCons:- long school day- long commute- intense competition- hard grading- challenging graduation requirements- could be clearer from day 1 about what it would take to have a good shot at making each college- could be clearer from day 1 about what various careers associated with each discipline might resemble... Read 567 reviewsgradeA+Overall Niche GradeStudents 1,116Student-teacher ratio 12:1#3 Best Public High Schools in New Jersey.Bergen County AcademiesBlue checkmark.Bergen County Vocational Technical School District, NJ,9-12,567 Niche users give it an average review of 3.8 stars.Featured Review: Alum says When choosing which school to attend, always enter with clear goals. Are you trying to make a certain college? Are you trying to work at a certain organization? Are you trying to pursue a certain...Pros:- wide breadth of activities and courses- great student body- knowledgeable faculty- college visits- career days- electives- senior experience- interesting trips- research experiencesCons:- long school day- long commute- intense competition- hard grading- challenging graduation requirements- could be clearer from day 1 about what it would take to have a good shot at making each college- could be clearer from day 1 about what various careers associated with each discipline might resemble.Read 567 reviews.Overall Niche Grade: A+,Students: 1,116,Student-Teacher Ratio: 12 to 1,
  6. #6 Best Public High Schools in New YorkHigh School of American Studies at Lehman CollegeNew York City Geographic District No. 10, NY·9-12·Rating 4.09 out of 5 148 reviewsSophom*ore: Having chosen to go to Highschool of American Studies was one of the best decisions I have ever made. It is a small school, but for me that has always been a good thing because it means that everyone knows everyone. I know what to expect from teachers, I get to work with the same fellow students throughout the years, and I'm never late to my classes. The classes themselves are challenging and leave a lot of homework, but I've found it a welcome change after my last school. My only complaints are the small amount of funding for clubs and school trips, but I'm not sure if that is because of the school itself or the overall budget cuts happening all over NYC. Besides that, I would say that as a fluent Spanish speaker, I would've liked to have taken Spanish AP this year rather than Junior year and to have taken another college class in place of art. Overall, I have no regrets about haven chosen this school, and would recommend to any 8th grader, but these are just my complaints.... Read 148 reviewsgradeA+Overall Niche GradeStudents 399Student-teacher ratio 14:1#6 Best Public High Schools in New York.High School of American Studies at Lehman CollegeNew York City Geographic District No. 10, NY,9-12,148 Niche users give it an average review of 4.1 stars.Featured Review: Sophom*ore says Having chosen to go to Highschool of American Studies was one of the best decisions I have ever made. It is a small school, but for me that has always been a good thing because it means that everyone....Read 148 reviews.Overall Niche Grade: A+,Students: 399,Student-Teacher Ratio: 14 to 1,
  7. #8 Best Public High Schools in New YorkBard High School Early College QueensNew York City Geographic District No. 24, NY·9-12·Rating 4.15 out of 5 397 reviewsAlum: Overall I had a good experience. I felt like I was getting a rigorous and challenging education that pushed me to do better, and I think it did prepare me for certain aspects of college. However, I think they need to put more time into really guiding students through the application process and encouraging them to aim higher.... Read 397 reviewsgradeA+Overall Niche GradeStudents 671Student-teacher ratio 11:1#8 Best Public High Schools in New York.Bard High School Early College QueensNew York City Geographic District No. 24, NY,9-12,397 Niche users give it an average review of 4.2 stars.Featured Review: Alum says Overall I had a good experience. I felt like I was getting a rigorous and challenging education that pushed me to do better, and I think it did prepare me for certain aspects of college. However, I....Read 397 reviews.Overall Niche Grade: A+,Students: 671,Student-Teacher Ratio: 11 to 1,
  8. #9 Best Public High Schools in New JerseyBergen County Technical High School - TeterboroBergen County Vocational Technical School District, NJ·9-12·Rating 4.14 out of 5 264 reviewsSenior: The best part of my experience was meeting people from all over the county. It broadened my perspective and understanding of a lot of aspects in my life. It has helped me foster communication skills and empathy for people different from myself. The mental health facilities at this school are very obtainable and useful. The teachers are very understanding and willing to help if it is needed. However, there have been major challenges such as the lack of support for the music and arts. Funding for the school is visibly prioritized toward more technical majors such as their Aerospace Engineering major. I would’ve liked to see more funding for things like musical theater, band, chorus, the arts department. Another struggle was the lack of structure and portfolio creation in the Commercial Art and Graphic Design department. It was very difficult to create a portfolio outside of school when it was expected that the art classes would help me do so in school.... Read 264 reviewsgradeA+Overall Niche GradeStudents 675Student-teacher ratio 10:1#9 Best Public High Schools in New Jersey.Bergen County Technical High School - TeterboroBergen County Vocational Technical School District, NJ,9-12,264 Niche users give it an average review of 4.1 stars.Featured Review: Senior says The best part of my experience was meeting people from all over the county. It broadened my perspective and understanding of a lot of aspects in my life. It has helped me foster communication skills...However, there have been major challenges such as the lack of support for the music and arts. Funding for the school is visibly prioritized toward more technical majors such as their Aerospace....Read 264 reviews.Overall Niche Grade: A+,Students: 675,Student-Teacher Ratio: 10 to 1,
  9. #13 Best Public High Schools in New YorkBard High School Early CollegeNew York City Geographic District No. 1, NY·9-12·Rating 3.78 out of 5 311 reviewsSenior: Bard High School's early college was an interesting experience. The teachers provide help when asked for but Bard has so many geniuses on their team also means they have a lot of eccentric characters. While this creates a fun learning environment the abnormalities that come with this can make learning difficult sometimes. There is also a clear division in performance when it comes to how good the humanities classes are and how sometimes poor the STEM classes can be especially in the freshman and sophom*ore years. The sports are lacking with they're being few options besides main contenders like baseball track and basketball. Are resources for college application are amazing however and have been extremely helpful to my college application process. The safety of the school is almost guaranteed, I've seen one fight out of all my years here but the culture is almost too sensitive. It is also very clique-ordinated orientated and rumors will spread like wildfire.... Read 311 reviewsgradeA+Overall Niche GradeStudents 564Student-teacher ratio 12:1#13 Best Public High Schools in New York.Bard High School Early CollegeNew York City Geographic District No. 1, NY,9-12,311 Niche users give it an average review of 3.8 stars.Featured Review: Senior says Bard High School's early college was an interesting experience. The teachers provide help when asked for but Bard has so many geniuses on their team also means they have a lot of eccentric....Read 311 reviews.Overall Niche Grade: A+,Students: 564,Student-Teacher Ratio: 12 to 1,
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  10. #20 Best Public High Schools in New YorkEleanor Roosevelt High SchoolNew York City Geographic District No. 2, NY·9-12·Rating 3.86 out of 5 168 reviewsJunior: Although this is a primarily white institution, over the years Eleanor Roosevelt has progressed and become more diverse, making sure that students of color feel accepted into the community. The school has a bunch of climbs but little school spirit but mostly because students don't feel like getting involved because they are too stressed from the work which, by the way, teachers don't have leniency for. The college readiness for this school is amazing but students can easily get stressed from the work load. Overall I would rate Eleanor Roosevelt a 4.... Read 168 reviewsgradeA+Overall Niche GradeStudents 541Student-teacher ratio 16:1#20 Best Public High Schools in New York.Eleanor Roosevelt High SchoolNew York City Geographic District No. 2, NY,9-12,168 Niche users give it an average review of 3.9 stars.Featured Review: Junior says Although this is a primarily white institution, over the years Eleanor Roosevelt has progressed and become more diverse, making sure that students of color feel accepted into the community. The....Read 168 reviews.Overall Niche Grade: A+,Students: 541,Student-Teacher Ratio: 16 to 1,
  11. #23 Best Public High Schools in New YorkBrooklyn Latin SchoolNew York City Geographic District No. 14, NY·9-12·Rating 3.93 out of 5 296 reviewsSenior: The curriculum is rigorous and well structured with a lot of emphasis and help from the entire administration. The PA is actively involved and sometimes funds some activities for both students and faculty. The IB Program is intense but has a lot of benefits including College readiness!The only short coming about the school is space because it is shared with other schools. However, plans are underway to get a separate school space in the neighborhood. We have been briefed that the concerned officials in DOE has approved some steps and a space has been identified that can accommodate the school and it’s close to public transportation along the L train and local buses. Some parents are organized and do car pooling and share the costs. It’s an amazing plan works very well. School time is great based on the busy schedules and traffic in the area.Extra curricular activities are great despite being in the city.Overall, Brooklyn Latin is highly regarded, ranked and I would recommend anyone.... Read 296 reviewsgradeA+Overall Niche GradeStudents 800Student-teacher ratio 16:1#23 Best Public High Schools in New York.Brooklyn Latin SchoolNew York City Geographic District No. 14, NY,9-12,296 Niche users give it an average review of 3.9 stars.Featured Review: Senior says The curriculum is rigorous and well structured with a lot of emphasis and help from the entire administration. The PA is actively involved and sometimes funds some activities for both students and...The only short coming about the school is space because it is shared with other schools. However, plans are underway to get a separate school space in the neighborhood. We have been briefed that the...Extra curricular activities are great despite being in the city.Overall, Brooklyn Latin is highly regarded, ranked and I would recommend anyone..Read 296 reviews.Overall Niche Grade: A+,Students: 800,Student-Teacher Ratio: 16 to 1,
  12. #28 Best Public High Schools in New YorkThe Beacon SchoolNew York City Geographic District No. 3, NY·9-12·Rating 3.98 out of 5 547 reviewsSenior: Beacon has been an incredible experience from the moment I enrolled as a freshman transfer! I've never been in a school where I felt so supported by both the staff and my peers, everyone here truly wants you to succeed. I will say, the cutthroat atmosphere when it comes to college season can be a bit rough, but generally speaking, the school handles the college process really well--there are just a lot of intelligent students who want to get to the best schools. There are activities and clubs of all kinds at Beacon, they really want you to get involved in the community, something I've really enjoyed. Not to mention, the teachers truly are the best at what they do and genuinely care about their students and the material they teach.... Read 547 reviewsgradeA+Overall Niche GradeStudents 1,449Student-teacher ratio 16:1#28 Best Public High Schools in New York.The Beacon SchoolNew York City Geographic District No. 3, NY,9-12,547 Niche users give it an average review of 4 stars.Featured Review: Senior says Beacon has been an incredible experience from the moment I enrolled as a freshman transfer! I've never been in a school where I felt so supported by both the staff and my peers, everyone here truly....Read 547 reviews.Overall Niche Grade: A+,Students: 1,449,Student-Teacher Ratio: 16 to 1,
  13. #30 Best Public High Schools in New YorkBaccalaureate School for Global EducationNew York City Geographic District No. 30, NY·7-12·Rating 3.96 out of 5 245 reviewsJunior: I’ve been in this school since the 7th grade and there has been a constant emphasis on academic rigor—due to the IB Diploma Program. While the academics are great, the facilities, resources, and funding that this school has/receives are lacking, especially given the intensity of the program being taught. One example is the building which is falling apart!... Read 245 reviewsgradeA+Overall Niche GradeStudents 527Student-teacher ratio 15:1#30 Best Public High Schools in New York.Baccalaureate School for Global EducationBlue checkmark.New York City Geographic District No. 30, NY,7-12,245 Niche users give it an average review of 4 stars.Featured Review: Junior says I’ve been in this school since the 7th grade and there has been a constant emphasis on academic rigor—due to the IB Diploma Program. While the academics are great, the facilities, resources, and....Read 245 reviews.Overall Niche Grade: A+,Students: 527,Student-Teacher Ratio: 15 to 1,
  14. #37 Best Public High Schools in New YorkManhattan Hunter Science High SchoolNew York City Geographic District No. 3, NY·9-12·Rating 3.71 out of 5 203 reviewsSenior: Manhattan Hunter is a great school overall, with helpful staff who assist if you reach out. After a year, you'll grasp that studying is key to success, especially in challenging subjects like sciences. The school prepares you well for college, offering real college courses in senior year and free college experience at Hunter College. However, the main office staff can be petty about returning phones. Building relationships with teachers is crucial for college applications and high school success. In all, it's a school that demands hard work but sets you up for success.... Read 203 reviewsgradeA+Overall Niche GradeStudents 477Student-teacher ratio 15:1#37 Best Public High Schools in New York.Manhattan Hunter Science High SchoolNew York City Geographic District No. 3, NY,9-12,203 Niche users give it an average review of 3.7 stars.Featured Review: Senior says Manhattan Hunter is a great school overall, with helpful staff who assist if you reach out. After a year, you'll grasp that studying is key to success, especially in challenging subjects like....Read 203 reviews.Overall Niche Grade: A+,Students: 477,Student-Teacher Ratio: 15 to 1,
  15. #44 Best Public High Schools in New YorkMillennium Brooklyn High SchoolNew York City Geographic District No. 15, NY·9-12·Rating 4.22 out of 5 157 reviewsSenior: Millennium Brooklyn, has been an amazing environment for me to grow while offering support, and encouragement to become independent. Millennium is a relatively small school (600-700 students), in a large building that is shared with 3 other schools. The small school environment allows students to form valuable connections with their teachers that last throughout their time at MBHS and even after graduation. The majority of the teacher at this school are deeply passionate about what they are teaching, which make their classes engaging. While I have had teachers I did not like, most of them are not only great educators, but incredible people who are passionate about watching students thrive, and exceed their own expectations. In my opinion, the biggest downside of MBHS is the lack of class choices, in 9th and 10th grade you can't choose your classes, and there are a limited number of AP's to choose from Junior and Senior year.... Read 157 reviewsgradeA+Overall Niche GradeStudents 721Student-teacher ratio 13:1#44 Best Public High Schools in New York.Millennium Brooklyn High SchoolNew York City Geographic District No. 15, NY,9-12,157 Niche users give it an average review of 4.2 stars.Featured Review: Senior says Millennium Brooklyn, has been an amazing environment for me to grow while offering support, and encouragement to become independent. Millennium is a relatively small school (600-700 students), in a....Read 157 reviews.Overall Niche Grade: A+,Students: 721,Student-Teacher Ratio: 13 to 1,
  16. #52 Best Public High Schools in New YorkNYC iSchoolNew York City Geographic District No. 2, NY·9-12·Rating 4.12 out of 5 206 reviewsSenior: I am currently a senior at NYC ischool. I have enjoyed my high school year there. It is a small school, but honestly, it doesn't affect you meeting new people since you can choose your classes and all grade levels can be in those classes unless it is a required class for your grade. Mostly all the teachers are good and really do like the classes they teach since they create the class and its their curriculum. Our school doesn't believe in homework, students can only take 3 AP classes max senior or junior year and are not big on tests, or taking off points for late work. This can either be good or bad depending on you, but it doesn't affect your chances of getting into a good college. For example, in my school year, people have gotten into Columbia University, Barnard College, Middlebury College, University of Pennsylvania, Tulane University, Lafayette College, and many more good colleges ( it all depends on what you make of your high school years). Overall I had fun.... Read 206 reviewsgradeA+Overall Niche GradeStudents 454Student-teacher ratio 13:1#52 Best Public High Schools in New York.NYC iSchoolNew York City Geographic District No. 2, NY,9-12,206 Niche users give it an average review of 4.1 stars.Featured Review: Senior says I am currently a senior at NYC ischool. I have enjoyed my high school year there. It is a small school, but honestly, it doesn't affect you meeting new people since you can choose your classes and....Read 206 reviews.Overall Niche Grade: A+,Students: 454,Student-Teacher Ratio: 13 to 1,
  17. #56 Best Public High Schools in New YorkLeon M. Goldstein High School for the SciencesNew York City Geographic District No. 22, NY·9-12·Rating 3.93 out of 5 335 reviewsSenior: The school is actually pretty nice to go to because it's fairly small, great connections with teachers (in addition to them being open to talk about basically whatever). In addition, the teachers are actually specialized in the areas that they teach. The location is pretty nice too being right next to the bay and Kingsborough Community College. By being next to the bay you get amazing sunsets that just have to be admired. overall its a pretty good school.... Read 335 reviewsgradeAOverall Niche GradeStudents 972Student-teacher ratio 18:1#56 Best Public High Schools in New York.Leon M. Goldstein High School for the SciencesNew York City Geographic District No. 22, NY,9-12,335 Niche users give it an average review of 3.9 stars.Featured Review: Senior says The school is actually pretty nice to go to because it's fairly small, great connections with teachers (in addition to them being open to talk about basically whatever). In addition, the teachers are....Read 335 reviews.Overall Niche Grade: A,Students: 972,Student-Teacher Ratio: 18 to 1,
  18. #77 Best Public Elementary Schools in New YorkThe Anderson SchoolNew York City Geographic District No. 3, NY·K-8·Rating 4.88 out of 5 8 reviewsParent: In 10 years at this excellent school, teachers administration and fellow parents have found many positive ways of engaging us to the benefit of our kids and of a strong community. This school is exemplary and the fantastic work of its teachers and administrators deserves acknowledgement. I hope many more kids and their families in the future will be able to be part of this school.... Read 8 reviewsgradeAOverall Niche GradeStudents 507Student-teacher ratio 18:1#77 Best Public Elementary Schools in New York.The Anderson SchoolNew York City Geographic District No. 3, NY,K-8,8 Niche users give it an average review of 4.9 stars.Featured Review: Parent says In 10 years at this excellent school, teachers administration and fellow parents have found many positive ways of engaging us to the benefit of our kids and of a strong community. This school is....Read 8 reviews.Overall Niche Grade: A,Students: 507,Student-Teacher Ratio: 18 to 1,
  19. #59 Best Public High Schools in New YorkMidwood High School at Brooklyn CollegeNew York City Geographic District No. 22, NY·9-12·Rating 3.92 out of 5 1,496 reviewsSenior: Overall, I'm proud to be a student at Midwood. While it had a rough start, because I had my freshman year online (due to Covid), I had so much fun exploring the school and building relationships with my peers and teachers during my sophom*ore year to my senior year. I was able to make some of my close friends at Midwood. My school is very diverse, so most of my friends have different backgrounds and cultures, which I was able to learn about through our friendship. Because most of the students at my school are competitive and passionate about their grades and learning, I was also able to learn from my peers when I needed help understanding certain aspects of a topic after school, since the classes are very challenging at times. The best parts of my time at Midwood would be my experience with the extracurricular activities after-school because they allowed me to explore many of my interests and connect with peers that shared my interests. In the end, I truly enjoyed my time at Midwood.... Read 1,496 reviewsgradeAOverall Niche GradeStudents 4,062Student-teacher ratio 17:1#59 Best Public High Schools in New York.Midwood High School at Brooklyn CollegeNew York City Geographic District No. 22, NY,9-12,1496 Niche users give it an average review of 3.9 stars.Featured Review: Senior says Overall, I'm proud to be a student at Midwood. While it had a rough start, because I had my freshman year online (due to Covid), I had so much fun exploring the school and building relationships with....Read 1496 reviews.Overall Niche Grade: A,Students: 4,062,Student-Teacher Ratio: 17 to 1,
  20. #60 Best Public High Schools in New YorkBaruch College Campus High SchoolNew York City Geographic District No. 2, NY·9-12·Rating 3.83 out of 5 287 reviewsSenior: Overall, it is a pretty good school and I have enjoyed my time here. Compared to other schools, it is definitely well resourced and challenges the students while pushing them to be their best selves. The teachers are very supportive, helpful and understanding. The students here are apart of a community that supports one another and allows everyone to feel included and safe. This school is great for those who want to be better students and be part of a close group of kids that want to pursue their dreams.... Read 287 reviewsgradeAOverall Niche GradeStudents 490Student-teacher ratio 15:1#60 Best Public High Schools in New York.Baruch College Campus High SchoolNew York City Geographic District No. 2, NY,9-12,287 Niche users give it an average review of 3.8 stars.Featured Review: Senior says Overall, it is a pretty good school and I have enjoyed my time here. Compared to other schools, it is definitely well resourced and challenges the students while pushing them to be their best selves.....Read 287 reviews.Overall Niche Grade: A,Students: 490,Student-Teacher Ratio: 15 to 1,
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  22. #72 Best Public High Schools in New YorkKIPP Academy Charter SchoolBronx, NY·Public School·K-12·Rating 4.06 out of 5 34 reviewsSenior: My school is the best of the best , it’s from k-12 and it’s college bound . So they prepare you for the real world , they treat us like little adults and give a creative freedom and we get to express ourselves with dance , our sports , we have to wear uniform to show off our school culture. There are so many clubs so people can find friends. Also we can take ap classes and get college credit which is great and also the teachers create safe space for the kids and make us feel like we are important and the classes are challenging but also resourceful.... Read 34 reviewsgradeAOverall Niche GradeStudents 1,132Student-teacher ratio 8:1#72 Best Public High Schools in New York.KIPP Academy Charter SchoolBlue checkmark.Public School,BRONX, NY,K-12,34 Niche users give it an average review of 4.1 stars.Featured Review: Senior says My school is the best of the best , it’s from k-12 and it’s college bound . So they prepare you for the real world , they treat us like little adults and give a creative freedom and we get to express....Read 34 reviews.Overall Niche Grade: A,Students: 1,132,Student-Teacher Ratio: 8 to 1,
  23. #73 Best Public High Schools in New YorkMaspeth High SchoolNew York City Geographic District No. 24, NY·9-12·Rating 4.19 out of 5 113 reviewsSenior: Maspeth High School is a school that I recommend to families, studying at Maspeth High School has been my best experience that I would never change. All the activities they offer are phenomenal and they are always innovating programs for a better education!... Read 113 reviewsgradeAOverall Niche GradeStudents 1,064Student-teacher ratio 13:1#73 Best Public High Schools in New York.Maspeth High SchoolNew York City Geographic District No. 24, NY,9-12,113 Niche users give it an average review of 4.2 stars.Featured Review: Senior says Maspeth High School is a school that I recommend to families, studying at Maspeth High School has been my best experience that I would never change. All the activities they offer are phenomenal and....Read 113 reviews.Overall Niche Grade: A,Students: 1,064,Student-Teacher Ratio: 13 to 1,
  24. #75 Best Public High Schools in New YorkQueens High School for the Sciences at York CollegeNew York City Geographic District No. 28, NY·9-12·Rating 3.78 out of 5 223 reviewsSophom*ore: From my experience at QHSS, everything was very good, besides the food and the rooms. This is a relatively small school with the main building being occupied by both High schoolers and college students. Because of this, the school is rather cramped and small. The food at QHSS is really bad but there is a shop in the college campus that has somewhat bearable food.... Read 223 reviewsgradeAOverall Niche GradeStudents 520Student-teacher ratio 17:1#75 Best Public High Schools in New York.Queens High School for the Sciences at York CollegeNew York City Geographic District No. 28, NY,9-12,223 Niche users give it an average review of 3.8 stars.Featured Review: Sophom*ore says From my experience at QHSS, everything was very good, besides the food and the rooms. This is a relatively small school with the main building being occupied by both High schoolers and college....Read 223 reviews.Overall Niche Grade: A,Students: 520,Student-Teacher Ratio: 17 to 1,
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