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High School Placement

Beginning in seventh grade, the Academy works with families to support them through the high school placement process. Academy students are accepted into some of the best high schools in and around New York City.

Schools with an asterisk indicate that alumni attended this school. 

Academy of Holy Angels*

Archbishop Molloy High School

Art and Design High School*  

BASIS Independent Brooklyn  

Berkeley Carroll School* 

Birch Wathen Lenox*

Boerum Hill School for International Studies (International Baccalaureate)

Bronx High School of Science 

Brooklyn Friends School  

Brooklyn Latin School  

Brooklyn Tech HS 

Cathedral High School 

Chelsea Career and Tech HS

The Clinton School

Columbia Grammar & Preparatory

Convent of the Sacred Heart*  

Dominican Academy*  

Dwight School 

Dwight-Englewood School* 

Ethical Culture Fieldston School 

Fontbonne Academy 

Fordham Preparatory School* 

Friends Seminary*

The Garden School* 

Grace Church School*

Hackley School*  

Horace Mann School*

LaGuardia High School* 

La Salle High School*

Leadership and Public Service HS

Leman School*

Loyola School* 

Marymount School of New York  

Manhattan/Hunter Science High School  

Manhattan Village Academy 

Millennium Brooklyn High School 

Mount St. Mary Academy*  

Nightingale Bamford School

Notre Dame High School*  

Oakcrest School (D.C.)  

Poly Prep Country Day School*

Proctor Academy*

Professional Performing Arts HS

Regis High School*

Riverdale Country School*

The Spence School 

St. Edmund’s Preparatory*

St. Francis Preparatory

St. Vincent Ferrer High School*

St. John Baptiste 

St. John’s Preparatory School 

St. Peter’s Prep  

Stuyvesant High School*

Talent Unlimited HS

Trevor Day School*  

United Nations International School 

Urban Assembly  

Xavier High School*  

Xaverian High School 

York Preparatory School*







“What I loved about the Academy was the close-knit community. I made so many good friends. We grew up together. We led Morning Assembly together. We joined clubs and took hard classes and worked with our neighbors. The community has taught me that I’m ready for what’s next.”

- Samantha, Class of 2022