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Academics & Supportive Programs

Broome Street Academy Charter High School prepares all students to graduate ready for a successful, fulfilling life post-high school.

Academics

Broome Street Academy (BSA) prepares all students to graduate prepared for a successful life post-high school, including those that may be at or above grade level, those with special needs, English Language Learners, and those with difficult life situations. Broome Street Academy offers many team-taught classes, where two certified teachers offer differentiated instruction based on student needs. Special education staff also provide small-group and one-on-one instruction for students in need. Regents exam preparation is incorporated throughout the school year to support students in preparing for the New York State-wide exams.

Summer Youth Employment Program

Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) is the nation’s largest youth employment program, connecting NYC youth with career exploration opportunities and paid work experience each summer. As a BSA student, you will have the opportunity to explore your interests and career pathways, develop workplace skills, and engage in learning experiences that help develop your social, civic, leadership and work experience skills. Your SYEP experience will also include:

  • Guaranteed space for BSA Students

  • Career Exploration: Flex your research skills and discover new career possibilities.

  • Paid Project-Based Learning: BSA students aged 14—15 learn about career opportunities and make a difference in their communities through paid project-based activities.

  • Work Experiences: BSA students aged 16+ will improve their work readiness skills and explore career pathways through paid summer jobs in a variety of industries throughout NYC.

  • Earn Money: Get paid to participate! BSA Students aged 14-15 earn $700, BSA Students aged 16+ earn $2250 throughout 6 weeks of summer.

If you’re interested in learning more about SYEP, contact Mr. Lawrence at jlawrence@broomestreetacademy.com

Supportive Services

All students have access to Broome Street Academy's (BSA) wealth of supportive services both in school and in partnership with The Door. Our team of Social Workers is available to support students in need with issues that arise both in and out of school. BSA Social Workers collaborate with external case workers as needed, as well as support students in accessing needed programs at The Door, including counseling groups, health services, and more.

Healthy Meals

In partnership with The Door, Broome Street Academy (BSA) students are offered delicious, fresh meals—breakfast, lunch, and community dinner—made daily Monday through Friday. Every meal is prepared by our fantastic culinary team, with careful attention to nutrition and the goal of fostering well-balanced diets. Those healthy meals are supplemented by access to snacks, The Door's food pantry, and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits support.   

Food services for BSA and The Door are overseen by a top-notch kitchen staff and supported by young people enrolled in the culinary arts training program—click here for more information.

BSA students stopping by the kitchen for lunch.

BSA students stopping by the kitchen for lunch.

The Door's culinary chefs preparing meals for BSA and The Door.

The Door's culinary chefs preparing meals for BSA and The Door.

BSA students enjoying Waffle Wednesday.

BSA students enjoying Waffle Wednesday.

Post-Graduation Planning

Broome Street Academy’s (BSA) guidance department ensures students are preparing for life post-high school as soon as they start freshman year at BSA. Students have access to career and college exploration programming as underclassmen, while upperclassmen work with the Transition Counselor to create goals and plans for life after graduation. As part of the College Now program, eligible BSA students also have access to college courses in their senior year.

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Academics & Supportive Programs

Academics & Supportive Programs

Broome Street Academy Charter High School prepares all students to graduate ready for a successful, fulfilling life post-high school.

Student Activities

Student Activities

Broome Street Academy Charter High School's robust extracurricular program is rooted in the belief that important learning experiences are not limited to the classroom.

Athletics

Athletics

Broome Street Academy offers opportunities to participate in numerous athletics, including but not limited to basketball, step/cheerleading, and track.

Staff & Student Resources

Staff & Student Resources

This page is devoted to resources helpful for BSA Staff and Students

Parent/Caregiver Corner

Parent/Caregiver Corner

This page is dedicated to our Parent/Caregiver Association (PCA), community resources and more!

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