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Gregory Paul
Director of Education
(718) 286-2627
[email protected]

Investing in Queens Schools

Over the course of his first three years in office, Borough President Donovan Richards has allocated nearly $54 million in capital funding for Queens schools.

These funds have gone toward building improvements, the creation of new STEM labs, hydroponic gardens, the renovation of athletic fields, new playgrounds, state-of-the-art technology and more.

More announcements about Borough President Richards’ significant investments in Queens schools will be made in the coming weeks.

High School Selection and Awareness Fair: November 9

To help Queens students and their families find the high school that best meets their needs, Borough President Richards is hosting a High School Selection and Awareness Fair on Thursday, November 9th from 5:30pm to 8:30pm in the Helen Marshall Cultural Center at Queens Borough Hall, located at 120-55 Queens Blvd. in Kew Gardens.

On hand will be representatives from high schools across Queens, who can speak to prospective students and their families about the programs offered at their respective schools and much more.

Participating high schools, as of October 24th, include:

  • Academy for Careers in Television and Film
  • Academy of Finance and Enterprise
  • Advanced Math and Science IV Charter High School
  • August Martin High School
  • Bayside High School
  • Business Technology Early College High School
  • Cambria Heights Academy
  • Eagle Academy for Young Men of Southeast Queens
  • Energy Tech High School
  • Forest Hills High School
  • Health, Arts, Robotics and Technology High School
  • High School for Construction Trades, Architecture and Engineering
  • High School for Law Enforcement and Public Safety
  • High School of Applied Communication
  • Hillcrest High School
  • Humanities IV Charter High School
  • Information Technology High School
  • Institute for Health Professions at Cambria Heights
  • John Adams High School
  • John Bowne High School
  • Long Island City High School
  • Martin Van Buren High School
  • Mathematics, Science Research and Technology High School
  • Metropolitan Expeditionary Learning School
  • Motion Picture Technical High School
  • Newtown High School
  • Queens Collegiate
  • Queens High School for Language Studies
  • Queens Metropolitan High School
  • Richmond Hill High School
  • Robert H. Goddard High School of Communication Arts and Technology
  • Rockaway Collegiate High School
  • Rockaway Park Hugh School for Environmental Sustainability
  • The Young Women’s Leadership School of Astoria
  • Thomas A. Edison CTE High School
  • Townsend Harris High School
  • Veritas Academy
  • William Cullen Bryant High School