Families are an important part of our student’s success. As students transition from one school to another there are many questions that can arise. Luckily, we have a number of supports at City-As-School that can help guide students towards their high school diploma, and beyond. Our Admissions department has a history of guiding students and families through the process of being officially admitted into the school. Once accepted, students are assigned an advisor, who guides them through their academic journey. As they get prepared for life after high school, our College and Career Office can guide students towards post-secondary success.
We have a newly available portal through our student information system Jumprope. Through the system family members can keep track of student attendance and get information about student schedules. Access can be found using Student First and Last Name, Student OSIS, and one of Home Phone Number or Home Address number. Contact us if you need help connecting.
College and Career Office
Success beyond High School
Undocumented & Immigrant Students
The Door provides assistance for immigrants.
- Intake hours at The Door are 2-5 p.m. (M-F), Th until 7 p.m. -No appt or id necessary.
- Here is a list of pro bono legal services at The Door.
In this folder you will find additional resources for legal aid, students with DACA & toolkits.
- Link to Google Folder **You must login with your City-as email in order to access the documents. If you are a parent of a City-as student, please ask your child to login to his or her email.
What is Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and do I qualify?
The NYC DREAMER Loan Fund provides financial assistance for DACA applications.
- To learn more click here http://www.neweconomynyc.org/our-work/community-loan-funds/dreamer-loan-fund/
Scholarship App (DREAMer’s Roadmap) Expected to launch in April 2016 on Android & iOS for undocumented students.