Education and Schools in Queens, NY
What is the Best Public High School in Queens, New York?
Most discussions of NYC public schools focus on their faults. Check out these two public high schools in Queens that defy the negative trend.
Catholic High Schools in Queens, NY
There are eleven Catholic high schools in Queens serving students across the borough from Astoria to Rockaway.
New York City Department of Education
The New York City Department of Education website has information on NYC public schools and their administration for students, parents, and teachers.
Queens Borough Public Library
You can check the catalog of the Queens Borough Public Library for books, videos, and music by visiting their website. Also find information on local branches and library events. The site is available in Spanish.
Independent Reviews of NYC Public Schools
The Indie Schools website is dedicated to improving public education in New York City. The site features profiles of public grade schools, middle schools, and high schools. Look up graduation rates and in-depth descriptions of each school. There are resources on registering, applying, transferring, graduating, getting extra help, and much else for the city's public schools.
Catholic Schools in Queens and Brooklyn
The Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn and Queens educates more than 70,000 students a year in 156 schools and 20 secondary schools.
The Garden School in Jackson Heights
The Garden School is a small co-ed, private school in Jackson Heights, Queens, which teaches students from pre-kindergarten through grade school and high school (pre-k to grade 12).
St. Joseph School
St. Joseph School is a Catholic school that goes from nursery through eighth grade. Check the website for the school's history, academics, events, faculty, and special programs.
Flushing High School
Public high school with 3,000 students in downtown Flushing, New York (35-01 Union Street, 11354, 718-888-7500).