Important dates and information @PHS

  • Morning entry for PROGRESS HS students will be the Main entrance at 850 Grand Street.

  • Students should arrive at 8:00 am. Class time for students is 8:15-2:35.                           

  • Schedules will be on Pupil Path and e-mailed.                                                       

  • If you have any questions or concerns about classes, please email your counselor.

    • 9th and 10th Grade: Jennifer Hernandez  jhernan12@schools.nyc.gov                                          

    • 11th Grade: Tyrone Jones tjones20@schools.nyc.gov                                             

    • 12th Grade: Elma Espinal  eespinal@schools.nyc.gov                                                                                   

Health Screening Instructions

  • All employees, visitors, families, and students will be required to complete the Health Screening form to show that they are cleared to enter DOE Facilities.​ Please go to Health Screening to complete the form. 

  • Please watch the video for information on the procedure of entering the school building. 

WELCOME TO PHS!

Public High School

Our mission is that our PROGRESS High School “all-inclusive” model is deeply rooted in the mission, principles and integrated practices of our dedicated faculty and staff. The school will work collaboratively with all stakeholders and actively involve them to graduate all students ready for college, career and productive life.

Students use technology to collaborate

Student Survey

95%

of students and parents agree that the school is a strong partner providing rigorous instruction that leads to academic success

100%

of parents/guardians agreed or strongly agreed or strongly agreed that the school staff treats them with respect.

100%

of parents/guardians agreed or strongly agreed that the principal/school leaders and staff provide an orderly and safe environment.

Students doing math with teacher's help

Educational Programs

Stem Professional Careers K87A

A challenging academic program that prepares students for major in scientific studies at competitive universities. this program provides students with a rigorous college preparatory curriculum with opportunities to enroll in our Honors, Early College Now courses.

Educators Rising Aspiring Teachers K87B

Participation in Advanced Placement courses will prepare students to enter college programs of medicine, teaching, engineering, and technology. In partnership with the Chancellor’s Educator’s Rising initiative, we will establish a pipeline program for future teacher recruitment.

Instructional Music and Art K87H

The music program is composed of three full concert bands, two jazz bands, Latin band, two choral ensembles, two dance ensembles, Chamber groups such as guitar theater performances by students and, presentations at City/ State conferences.

Activities

  • Peer Group Connection Mentoring (PGC)

  • Transitional Bilingual and English Language Learner Programs

  • Math and Technology Fair, Science Fair and Research program

  • Peer Mediation

  • School Spirit Activities

  • Student Government

  • Student Leadership Retreats