Collegiate Institute for Math and Science
FREDRICK NELSON, INTERIM ACTING PRINCIPAL
Total Students, 681
Our academically challenging program is designed to focus on math and science education and provide a pathway to attaining the Advanced Regents Diploma with Honors. Our real-world approach to learning provides off-site internships, community service and advanced classes both on-site and at local colleges.
2 cool things about CIMS
- Art and music courses, as well as summer enrichment courses and internships, are available to students, as are over 25 PSAL teams.
- Our award winning arts and music programs have gotten national attention.
2 things you should know about coming here
- Each student is required to study four years of math (including calculus), four years of science (including chemistry and physics), English, social studies and three to four years of Spanish. Also required are community service, Saturday programs and extended day classes.
- Advanced Placement courses in calculus, chemistry, physics, Spanish, literature and US history are offered, and students can take classes at local colleges for college credit.
How to get in
Priority is given to Bronx students or residents who sign in at an information session, then to NYC residents who sign in at an information session, then to Bronx students or residents and then to NYC residents. Incoming freshmen are expected to attend a Summer Bridge program prior to 9th grade. Open Houses will be held on Saturday, November 1st and Saturday, November 15th from 10:00 am- 1:00 pm.
Collegiate Institute for Math and Science is a host school for the New Visions-Hunter College Math & Science Teacher Residency.