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Upcoming Open House Dates

December 10, 2014 from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
March 4, 2015 from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.

To RSVP, please contact Laura Vasquez or Xiomara Martinez


MAGALY HICKS, PRINCIPAL
Total Students: 500
Grades Served: 9-12

Dear Students and Families,

At New Visions Charter High School for the Humanities, your child will embark upon a challenging and academically stimulating high school career that will prepare them for college, career and beyond.

Our students are able to enjoy the feel of a small charter high school with all the opportunities provided by one of the largest school campuses in the city. Our caring, well-trained faculty support the social, personal and academic growth of our students, as we work hard to foster a relationship between parents, students, teachers and our community.

In our goal of college and career readiness, we offer Advanced Placement courses, double period content, and fast-paced Regents preparation, with a focus on STEM courses. Humanities students may be eligible to graduate with certifications in career and technical education (CTE), in addition to their high school diploma.

We encourage prospective scholars to come and see if Humanities is the right fit. We look forward to meeting you!

Sincerely,
Magaly I. Hicks, Principal


Questions?

Contact our Parent Coordinator, Xiomara Martinez, at (347) 978-1525
or our Community Engagement Coordinator, Laura Vazquez, at (347) 515-2466


Extracurricular activities

PSAL sports, including football, baseball, basketball, soccer, track, tennis, gymnastics, and volleyball. After-school activities, including drama, homework help and reading.

Important things for parents to know

We take rigor, respect and responsibility very seriously in our contract with you to serve your family and your children. Students are required to wear the uniform daily. They also have the advantage of an extended day for more learning time. We will ensure that they are safe, work hard and have the opportunities that will promote successful futures.

About our campus

The John F. Kennedy campus comprises eight schools. We play sports together, share resources and work cooperatively to ensure that all students on our campus are successful.

Travel directions

Humanities is easily accessible using public transportation.

1 train, to either 225th Street or 231st Street

BX1 to West 231st Street
BX7 to West 225th Street & Marble Hill
BX9 to Kingsbridge Road & West 225th Street
BX10 to West 231st Street & Tibbett Avenue
BX20 to West 231st Street


Humanities is a host school for the New Visions-Hunter College Math & Science Teacher Residency.