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5 Questions About...Public Screened High Schools

October 24, 2019 Alina Adams

Are you thinking about Public Screened High Schools? Grades? Scores? Tests? Interviews? Portfolios? Essays? Ranking? What parents and teens need to know about applying to NYC public Screened high-schools.


Alina Adams is the author of "Getting Into NYC Kindergarten" and "Getting Into NYC High-School." For her books, videos, blogs and more on navigating the NYC school system, visit: www.NYCSchoolSecrets.com.

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