1150 East New York Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11212
T: (718) 778-7305
Program Summary: The Community School Model is designed to
create partnerships between the school, community resources,
stakeholders, and the community at large to provide the entire
family with assistance so that it creates a healthy well rounded
student. It focuses on strengthening academics, health and mental
health while providing a robust level of programming through its
extended learning model.
The Community School at Brownsville
Academy High School offers the Learning To Work (LTW)
program which helps overage/under-credited students earn their
high school diploma and leads them toward employment after
graduation. This Community School also offers services through the
Neighborhood Development Area program which provides academic
enrichment, job readiness skills, and career exploration services
to students at the school. Additionally, CAMBA offers college
application assistance and has offered overnight college trips.
Eligibility: Students who attend Brownsville Academy High School
Clients Served Annually: 187
Referrals Accepted: Yes
This program is funded by United Way of NYC, the NYC Department
of Education, the NYS Higher Education Services Corporation,
and NYC Department of Youth and Community Development.