This winter, students from across our network of schools submitted original photography capturing what Crew means to them. Check out their incredible photos and portraits here!
This winter, Kurt Hahn students visited the United Nations to learn more about ending and preventing genocide around the world.
President & CEO Richard Stopol Reflects on the recent college admissions scandal.
Jessica Sasko, Director of College Supports, reflects on the recent college admissions bribery and fraud scandal in an open letter to her colleagues.
During the Brooklyn Collaborative’s Great Read, all students, teachers, and staff–including security guards, custodians, and lunchroom workers–read the same book: “This is the Rope: A Story from the Great Migration,” by National Book Award Winner and National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature Jacqueline Woodson. This March, the author came to visit!
Course Instructor Shannon Gilmore captured his experiences working with our teens to build character and develop leadership in this original poem.
This February, students from WHEELS, our Network School in Washington Heights, had a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to visit a New York institution: the New York Times office in Times Square.
For over three years, Taylor Strode has served as a member of the New Leaders, NYC Outward Bound School’s junior board that brings together a diverse group of young professionals who support the mission through volunteering and fundraising. Professionally, Taylor works at Dow Jones as the Global Program Manager for Diversity & Inclusion, helping to […]
This year, Brooklyn Collaborative students have had the opportunity to the Salesforce office here in NYC to learn about technology careers, such as information technology and software engineering.
On January 17th, 120 students and their teachers stood together in front of the shuttered Jamaica Bay Refuge Visitors Center holding signs that read “Stop the Shutdown, Let us Learn,” and “Save Our Parks.” Several students, who had planned to present their final projects delivered rousing speeches instead to the gathered crowd of teachers, parents, and news media.