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New York City

STC NYC supports leaders and educators from across roughly 30 district, charter, and independent schools, helping them build skills and work together to improve their schools and close the opportunity and skills gap.

What We Do

STC NYC is doing pioneering work to bring hands-on STEAM and Real-World Learning into schools through programs like: STC Maker Fellows and the Maker Partnership Program, Professional Learning Groups, Bridging the e2e Gap, and the Design Day Challenge. They are also designing a Career Skills Program for local high schools.

Programs Offered

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Our Schools

  • Bronx Charter School for Better Learning 
  • Bronx Community Charter School 
  • Bronx Lab
  • Concourse Village Academy 
  • Cornerstone Academy for Social Action 
  • Food and Finance High School
  • Girls Prep Middle School – Lower East Side 
  • EPIC North High School 
  • Harlem Academy
  • Hellenic Classical Charter School 
  • High School for Excellence and Innovation 
  • Journey Prep PS69X 
  • MESA – Math, Engineering and Science Academy Charter High School 
  • Mott Haven Academy 
  • Pioneer Academy PS307Q 
  • PS17Q 
  • PS376K Felisa Rincon de Gautier
  • The Rosa Parks School PS254Q 
  • St. Ignatius School 
  • South Bronx Community Charter School
  • TALES – The Active Learning Elementary School PS244Q
  • Transfiguration School 
  • Trey Whitfield School 
  • VOICE Charter School 
  • Washington Heights Expeditionary Learning School 

NYC Staff & Advisory Board

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Read all about our amazing year. Schools That Can NYC launched the National Science Foundation-funded Maker Partnership Program, hosted 140 elementary and middle school students at the STC headquarters in NYC for hands-on challenges, and more.

Check out the announcement at the end: STC NYC is hosting the 2020 STC National Forum! www.schoolsthatcan.org/year-in-review-stc-nyc/
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2 weeks ago

Read all about our amazing year. Schools That Can NYC  launched the National Science Foundation-funded Maker Partnership Program, hosted 140 elementary and middle school students at the STC headquarters in NYC for hands-on challenges, and more.

Check out the announcement at the end: STC NYC is hosting the 2020 STC National Forum! https://www.schoolsthatcan.org/year-in-review-stc-nyc/

What a day! Culminating amazing work throughout the year, students and teachers from STC schools in New York joined us at STC headquarters for a pop-up makerspace! There was so much energy, enthusiasm, and creativity swirling around these hands-on maker activities today. Biggest thanks to our always-incredible schools and fantastic team of volunteers for making this happen! ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

What a day! Culminating amazing work throughout the year, students and teachers from STC schools in New York joined us at STC headquarters for a pop-up makerspace! There was so much energy, enthusiasm, and creativity swirling around these hands-on maker activities today. Biggest thanks to our always-incredible schools and fantastic team of volunteers for making this happen!
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Contact Us

Walla Elsheikh – [email protected]
Interim Executive Director

Roger Horton – [email protected]
Manager of Maker Programs