Brooklyn Democracy Academy
DEZ-ANN ROMAIN, PRINCIPAL
Total Students: 200
Brooklyn Democracy Academy (BDA) is a transfer high school that has a partnership with JCCA. BDA is committed to providing an interesting, challenging educational program that helps students overcome obstacles and attain their goals. We help our students earn a high school diploma, explore their interests and build important life skills. We also prepare our students for postsecondary education and/or employment.
2 cool things about BDA
- Students can participate in paid internships through our Learning to Work (LTW) program.
- We provide advocate counselors to support each student, as well as workshops and seminars for students to explore and develop their talents and interests.
2 things you should know about coming here
- Students must complete one year in a community high school prior to enrolling at BDA.
- BDA offers accelerated credit accumulation in a year-round school year (54 cycles).
How to get in
This school has a rolling admissions policy and accepts students who are 16 years of age or older throughout the year. Students and their parents/ guardians must go through an intake process at the school. Intake is ongoing, every Wednesday at 9 a.m.