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DOE Holding High School Admissions Workshop At Lincoln High School

Abraham Lincoln High School. Source: Google Maps

With summer in full swing, the New York City Department of Education (DOE) is holding a “High School Admissions: Where Do I Start?” workshop for families, July 17 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Abraham Lincoln High School, 2800 Ocean Parkway.

The “High School Admissions: Where Do I Start?” workshop will provide an introduction to the search and admissions process and the different types of high school programs.  The program, which will have interpretation services available, is designed to give families the opportunity to get a head start with their high school search.

For other scheduled dates and locations, click here.

In related high school news:

  • The 2012-2013 Directory of New York City Public High Schools is online. Hard copies can be picked up at your local enrollment office or at the summer workshops. Additional resources will be posted on the DOE’s Publications page as they become available.
  • Key dates in the high school admissions process for the 2012-2013 school year can be found here.

For further information, check out DOE’s website, contact them here, “like” them on Facebook, and follow them (@NYCSchools) on Twitter.

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  1. Other topics of the Lincoln Workshop: 

    Treating bullet wounds during class
    Participating in your first gang rape
    What is “slicing” and how can you hide the scars
    Prison: It’s what comes next
    Latin Kings/Bloods Orientation Presentation
    When to threaten your teacher
    What to do with Snitches
    STDs and You
    Teen Pregnancy: Start here
    Low Expectations: Making your fortune as Drug Dealer or Hooker might be more realistic than Basketball or Rapper
    Stick it to Whitey
    Jacking: How to spot a worthwhile victim
    Eye on the Po-Po: Stop and Frisk, how to keep your stash and gatt
    Pimpin’ Get a leg up on a Ho


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