News & Announcements

C.T.E Town Hall - January 12 - 1:15 pm

You and the school community are cordially invited to attend the Boys and Girls High School Career and Technical Education Town Hall January 12th, at 1:15 pm. Hope to see you and the school community there!

WE NEED YOUR HELP!...To Support School Funding

You do not need to apply for your child to receive meals. However, we do ask families to complete Family Income Inquiry Form, which helps schools receive money for their programs such as Title I funding which helps fund programs and initiatives that support our families, students and educational community.

Update for Families on High School Admissions - December 18 2020

This has been a year of new challenges and difficult choices, testing our collective strength and endurance as we have faced the unknown together. We have had to reinvent the building blocks of public education in the nation’s largest school system, from how to “go to class,” to grading policy, attendance, and everything in between.
Today I am writing with an update on another fundamental pillar of your child’s education: the high school application and enrollment process this year, which will open the week of January 18. I want to thank you for your patience as we have worked for months to talk to families and conduct careful analysis to develop a new high school admissions policy that meets this challenging moment. This new policy will better support your child’s learning journey, and that of their fellow 69,000 eighth graders, as we look ahead to Fall 2021. Please view the PDF for further information from NYCDOE Chancellor Richard Carranza.

Retrofit Ready Webinar Series: Building Operator Training - December 18, 2020

On Friday, December 18, 2020, This webinar series being held is geared at property owners of buildings that are 5000 to 25000 sq ft who face a variety of barriers to doing energy and water conservation work. We recognize that building decision makers are struggling with competing priorities such as their financial capacity and pending building repairs. These primary items of concern need to be addressed before pursuing energy projects. The path to retrofitting your building can also involve addressing these issues.

BKN Family Town Hall - December 16, 2020 @ 6PM

Greetings BGHS Community,

On Wednesday, December 16, Brooklyn North will be holding a special Parent Town Hall for all of our districts families.
This evening will highlight, inform and entertain our community during this special holiday season.

It is a zoom webinar and does not require registration — We encourage our families to "tune in”!


Beginning in Spring 2021, The Office of Equity and Access (OEA) will begin the Emerging Leaders for Social Justice Institute program. The institute will combine experiential and project-based learning to Empower, Engage, Educate, and Elevate students to address social justice and activism in their schools, community, and world. It will focus on academic excellence, team building activities, community and civic engagement, academic instruction, leadership development, community service, peer support, and cultural enrichment. Students will engage in large and small group activities, interact with role models and motivational speakers, discuss current issues affecting diverse communities, and practice problem solving using team approaches, ethics, and decision making while exploring the power of risk taking, communication, and facilitation.

MBK/MSK Parents As Partners Session II: “Coping Strategies for Success” - December 17, 2020

On Thursday December 17, Brooklyn North HS in collaboration with Consuelo Kickbusch of the Family Leadership Institute, BKNHS presents the next session, "Coping Strategies for Success" for all parents. As part of our work with My Brother's and My Sister's Keeper, we are inviting all parents to engage in this even series to support college and career readiness expectations and success. Please click the link in the PDF to Register!
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