More Support. More Learning.
East Brooklyn Community High School is a small, academically rigorous high school that prepares students for college, meaningful employment, healthy personal and family relationships, and participation in the life of their communities. East Brooklyn High School is a transfer school that is designed to help students who have fallen behind in credit accumulation get back on track and earn a high school diploma.
Collaboration with SCO Family of Services
East Brooklyn Community High School is a collaboration between the DOE and SCO Family of Services; our curriculum and programs build on SCO’s comprehensive range of neighborhood and community based services that sustain families and children. The academic program utilizes innovative and project-based instructional strategies that prepare students to pass Regents exams and develop the skills needed for post-secondary options.
EBCHS Provides students with a supportive and personalized learning environment. Our school features:
Small class sizes. Each class is limited to 20-25 students. Total enrollment is no more than 200.
Individualized relationships. Each student is paired with an Advocate Counselor who provides guidance and support as they set and achieve realistic goals.
Highly qualified staff. Our teachers are experienced in addressing individual learning needs and designing projects that are connected to students’ interests.
EBCHS is a newly renovated, single-stop site.
EBCHS offers students a chance to grow! Students are encouraged to set goals inside and outside the classroom.
We provide young people with opportunities to:
Share their voice and contribute to the life of the school.
Form positive relationships with adults in school and in the community.
Participants in paid internships and community service projects.
Explore interests and talents in a fun, creative and supportive learning environment.
Plan for the future. Students receive personal, one-on-one guidance with college, vocational training and career opportunities.