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2017-2018 SCHOOL PROFILE Collegiate Institute for Math and Science (11x288) Principal Director of College Counseling Frederick Nelson Chelsie Headley FNelson2@schools.nyc.gov Cheadley@
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    2017-2018 SCHOOL PROFILE 925 Astor Ave. Bronx, NY 10469 T: 718-944-3635 F: 718-652-3525 CEEB Code: 330676   Collegiate Institute for Math and Science (11x288) Principal Frederick Nelson FNelson2@schools.nyc.gov Assistant Principals Derrick Harrison Dharrison7@schools.nyc.gov Kim Pyant Kpyant@schools.nyc.gov Christal Ferguson Cferguson2@schools.nyc.gov Director of College Counseling Chelsie Headley Cheadley@cimsnyc.org Guidance Counselors Cari Perez, 11 th -12 th  grade CPerez35@schools.nyc.gov Richard Hogg, 9 th -10 th  grade Rhogg2@schools.nyc.gov MISSION STATEMENT At CIMS, we are committed to providing our students with access to all of the experiences, resources, opportunities and support that they need to grow as learners, be prepared to partake in and contribute in our school and in the larger global community. As a school community, our goal is to prepare our students for college and career by establishing a safe, trusting, respectful, collaborative and caring community with high expectations, competent adults to ensure high quality education and optimum learning for all of its members. Experienced and dedicated teachers and staff, partnered with parents, continuously collaborate to provide a strong nurturing environment within a world that is rapidly changing. We strive to provide the best academic and extracurricular programs in accordance with higher education standards to develop high performing, successful and ambitious student leaders. STUDENT POPULATION & ADMISSIONS Collegiate Institute for Math & Science (CIMS) is a nationally recognized and academically rigorous public high school established in 2003 under the auspices of the New Century High Schools Initiative by New Visions for Public Schools and the  New York City Department of Education. Admission to CIMS is based on completion of the NYC High School Application and attending an information session. On average, CIMS receives close to 3,000 applications for 140 seats for the incoming academic year. CIMS ’  population stands at 615 students living in the Bronx. Our student population is relatively diverse and is made of up students from a variety of ethnic backgrounds. Many are children of immigrants, and most will be the first in their families to attend college. STUDENT POPULATION & DEMOGRAPHICS TOTAL ENROLLMENT:  615 CLASS OF 2018:  167 SCHOOL YEAR ORGANIZATION:  Two semesters AVERAGE YEARLY ATTENDANCE:  90% ETHNIC BREAKDOWN:  Black: 34.67% Latino: 39.81% Asian: 12.52% Caucasian: 10.27% GENDER BREAKDOWN:  Male: 56% Female: 44% English Language Learners: 2.41% Special Education: 18% Free or reduced lunch: 84% FACULTY PROFILE _________________________ 35 Teachers including Special Education Teachers* 3 Guidance Counselors & 1 Director of College Counseling 1 Social Worker, 1 Parent Coordinator 1 Principal; 3 Assistant Principals    GRADING __________ _ 90-100 (A) Excellent 80-89 (B) Good 70-79 (C) Satisfactory 65-69 (D) Passing 55-40 (F) Failing (09) Medically Excused (01) New Admit (CR) Credit (WA) Waived (P) Pass (no numerical value) Grades  on the transcript are  unweighted . Grade Point Averages  on the transcript are weighted  . Honors and AP courses are weighted   by 1.05% and 1.1 % respectively, when calculating the cumulative  GPA; as mandated by the  NYC DOE. COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES & MATRICULATION ____________________________________ ___ *Colleges CIMS graduates are currently enrolled in. Adelphi University Barnard College* Baruch College* Brandeis University (Posse) Bard College* Bucknell University* College of New Rochelle* Columbia University* Connecticut College Cornell University* Dickinson College* Dowling College* Duke University Fordham University* Georgetown University Hamilton College*   Haverford College*(Questbridge) Hunter College* Macaulay Honors (CUNY)* Manhattan College* Middlebury College* New York University* Pace University* Penn State Princeton University* Quinnipiac University* Rutgers University Skidmore College St. Bonaventure University St. John’s  University* Stony Brook University* SUNY Binghamton* SUNY Albany* SUNY New Paltz* SUNY Oswego* Syracuse University* Trinity College* (Posse) Union College* University at Albany* University of Buffalo* University of Vermont* University of Wisconsin*(Posse) Vassar College* Wesleyan University* Yale University SCHOLARSHIP REPORT- CLASS OF 2017 Below is a summary of our class of 2017 statistics, highlighting their successes including college access and graduation  percentages.   June Grad Accepted & Enroll (2/4 year) 2 year college 4 year college Total Financial Aid Awards Average Financial Aid package Completed FAFSA (% of eligible grads) Applied to at least 1 College Total Apps Submitted Average GPA Average SAT 2017 139 122 / 88% 12 109 $2,322,899.00 $21,117.00 127 / 92% 128/ 92% 1897 83 1003 4 Year- Graduation Year 6 Year- Graduation Year 4-year HS Persistence Rate Postsecondary Enrollment Rate 6-month Postsecondary Enrollment Rate 18-month 4-year College Readiness 2017 90.0% 86.5% 94.3% 80.5% 84.0% 68.2% PARTNERSHIPS AND SPECIAL PROGRAMS CIMS has established relationships with various organizations to augment our students’ exposure to and experience in the world  beyond high school. Many of these partnerships emphasize our mission, to open the doors to higher education and careers for our students. - University of Vermont - Lehman College (College Now) - Albert Einstein Medical Center and STEP Program - Chappaqua Summer Scholarship Program - Prep 4 Success - College Bound Initiative EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES _______________________ At CIMS, we offer a range of activities : PSAL Sports (Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Lacrosse, Bowling, Baseball, Softball, Track/Cross County, Tennis, and Soccer), Student Government, Senior Council & Young Men’s and Young Women’s Leadership   Programs, Journalism, Social Issues, Robotics, Craft, Gaming and Theatre clubs.      COURSE SEQUENCE & ADVANCED COURSES   All students are expected to take four years of mathematics and science including, Pre-Calculus, or Advanced Placement (AP) Calculus or AP Statistics, AP Chemistry, AP Physics, AP Chemistry or AP Biology. Students are also provided with the option to take other AP courses in English (Language & Literature), World History & US History, Spanish Language. They are also  provided with the option to take honors courses. Our current set of honors courses includes English, Anatomy/ Physiology, and a host of other challenging courses in various subject areas.   Students need 44 credits to graduate. The minimum distribution of credits is: English (8); Social Studies (8); Math (6); Science (6, including 4 in laboratory sciences); Foreign Language (2); Music / Art (2); Health (1); Electives (7); Physical Education (4.06 credits)  Current AP Student Enrollment: 225  What type of courses does CIMS offer? Math:  Advanced Placement classes: Science: English: (Common Core) Algebra I Geometry   Algebra II Trigonometry Pre- Calculus Special Courses: Math in Business Topics In Algebra       English Language & Composition     Calculus     Spanish Language     Chemistry      English Literature      Physics     Statistics    US History     World History      Biology     Computer Science Living Environment   Chemistry Physics Earth Science Special Courses: Environmental Science Biology Anatomy Physiology Honors English (10 th  grade) CREDIT ACCUMULATION, GRADUATION & PERSISTANCE & COLLEGE READINESS  Below is a snapshot of data from the School Quality Report comparison of students who graduated in 2016 & 2017.    Credit accumulation is based on number of students entering in their 1  st   , 2 nd   or 3 rd   year of high school and percentage that earns 10+ credits based on 2 academic semesters.    Graduation Rate is determined based on number of students who enter 9 th  grade and students who graduate 4 years from entering the 9 th  grade.    College Readiness- students who earn an 70 or higher on one of the Math Regents (Algebra, Geometry & Algebra II) and 75 or higher of ELA Regents. 10+ in 1st year 10+ in 2nd year 10+ in 3rd year 4 Year- Graduation Year 6 Year- Graduation Year 4-year HS Persistence Rate Postsecondary Enrollment Rate 6-month Postsecondary Enrollment Rate 18-month 4-year College Readiness 2016 89.5% 82.7% 85.0% 82.6% 83.1% 88.7% 71.2% 75.0% 57.4% 2017 93.8% 91.4% 83.5% 90.0% 86.5% 94.3% 80.5% 84.0% 68.2%
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