Skip navigation! Story from News. Every weekday, Salma commutes an hour and a half from her multiethnic neighborhood in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn to Stuyvesant High School in Tribeca. Every day after school, she goes to taekwondo lessons until 8 p.
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We, the Stuyvesant Study Society, are a group of students at Stuyvesant High School offering free tutoring services to students in K to 8th grade from historically underserved communities. While NYC public schools are teaching through remote learning, SSS is offering free online tutoring to students from historically underserved communities. Topics for these session include math, science, english, and state test prep. We have over 70 tutors ready to help and schedule sessions. Set up a tutoring session for your child where they will have the opportunity for one on one help. We will spend as much time as necessary with your child in a Zoom call, where they will have the opportunity to go over homework, classwork, or any subject in their curriculum.
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Although these schools vary significantly, ranging from private boarding schools to local public schools, their administrators and alumni trace their success to some or all of three different factors: a selective admissions process, strong college counselling, and academic cultures that foreshadow the Harvard experience. Exeter and similar private boarding schools require a substantial application, which takes into account test scores, letters of recommendations, grades, and personal essays. The most prestigious schools receive thousands of applications a year, from all over the world, and have admissions rates similar to those of top-tier colleges. Phillips Academy in Andover—which sent 18 students to Harvard this year—accepted only 13 percent of those who applied.
Read more below. Will you help other deserving students like Matthew get into the schools they deserve? Matthew McKenzie still remembers the day he got his Specialized High School admissions results and found out that he was admitted to Brooklyn Tech.