NYU graduate student and Pavement Pieces’ journalist Brandon Gomez reports on NYC Outward Bound Schools 2016 College March at MELS Forest Hills.
NY1 reporter Shannah Ferry reports on NYC Outward Bound Schools 2016 College March at our Channel View school in Far Rockaway.
Roger Clark, NY1 morning show reporter, spends the day at NYC Outward Bound Schools’ College March at our Brooklyn Collaborative school. In addition to this piece which ran every hour throughout the afternoon, he also shot to segments that ran live at 7AM and 8AM.
NY1 reporter Alyssa Paolicelli reports on NYC Outward Bound Schools 2016 College March at our Gaynor McCown school on Staten Island.
74 Channel View juniors not only got to see a free performance of Hamilton but select students got to perform their original rap, song or monologue on stage.
In its 10th year, the New York Community Trust Nonprofit Excellence Awards is the only award of its kind honoring excellence in nonprofit management among nonprofits in the five boroughs, Long Island and Westchester. NYC Outward Bound Schools was recognized alongside five other finalists: Jewish Board for Family and Children’s Services, Neighbors Link, New York Peace Institute, Per Scholas, and The Children’s Aid Society.
The Daily News reports on the city’s best schools that no one knows about yet. Near the top of their list? MELS in Forest Hills.
We are a proud semifinalist of this year’s New York Community Trust Nonprofit Excellence Awards. The Awards recognize excellence in eight key areas of nonprofit management: results and impact, governance, financial management, diversity and inclusion, human resources, information technology, communications, and fundraising. Finalists will be announced in October, 2016.
MELS’ first senior class achieved a 100% 4-year June graduation rate. This achievement is especially remarkable considering that MELS is an unscreened public school – only one other unscreened public school in New York City has achieved this between 2006 and 2015.
What role can restorative justice play in ameliorating violence in our schools? This Atlantic article explores the question and includes quotes by Brady Smith, Principal of of our James Baldwin School, a leading voice on school discipline reform.