Campus Alternative High School

50 Washington Avenue

New Rochelle, New York 10801

(914) 576-4393  or  (914 ) 576-4397

FAX: (914) 576-4647

Administration: Joel Fridovich


Welcome to the Campus School!

         The Alternative Campus High School is a part of New Rochelle High School, that has been designed to provide approximately eighty students with a small, supportive setting in which to pursue their high school diploma.  The program offers high school students who have not experienced the success that they are capable of achieving, or the comfort that they are seeking in a school setting, an opportunity to apply for a “fresh start” in our alternative setting.  Student’s who do not demonstrate a strong motivation to enter our program will not be admitted, as we believe that initial motivation is a necessary prerequisite to engagement and success.

         The program provides students with small classes, personalized attention, academic supports, counseling supports, and a variety of instructional approaches. Our smaller learning environment also provides students with a greater sense of belonging to our small community.  Opportunities for community service and cultural enrichment are also provided as part of our program.    We strive to help students improve their self-esteem and we work diligently to help insure that each student experiences and achieves success.  The overwhelming majority of students who enroll in our program demonstrate improved attendance, grades and credit accumulation and go on to earn their New Rochelle High School, Regents Diploma.  After graduation, the majority of our alumni enroll in college.  Other graduates have entered the armed forces, trade school programs or gone directly into the work force.   Almost all continue to maintain ties with our school community, reflecting back to us, a sense of appreciation for the opportunity that they had, to attend our alternative setting.


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  • Watch April 14 Task Force Meeting Here

    The Task Force on Reducing Violence in the Lives of Children and Youth help a public meeting in New Rochelle City Hall on April 14. You can view the meeting here. 

    City School District of New Rochelle
  • 6th Annual Latino Youth Leadership Conference

    Hundreds of Students to Gather in Support of Latino Youth Leadership

    New Rochelle, New York -   New Rochelle High School will be hosting The 6th Annual Latino Youth Leadership Conference on April 21, 2018.  Drawing a crowd of over 400 students and participants, this annual event highlights the achievements and strengths of our students and our Latino community. The purpose of this event is to encourage the Hispanic/Latino community to celebrate, share, learn, and appreciate their own different cultures. Through the conference we hope to encourage Hispanic students to take a stand in their community. We will provide students with an opportunity to build their skills, celebrate their strengths, and hear from successful Latino role models through workshops designed to prepare them for a future full of opportunities.


    Who: Hundreds of Latino Students Keynote Speakers


    What:  A Celebration and Call to Activism for Latino Youth including workshops and keynote speakers.


    When: Saturday, April 21, 2018 9:45 am to 2:30 pm ET


    Where: New Rochelle High School

                   New Rochelle,  New York 10801

                   Whitney M. Young Auditorium


    For further information, please contact Gustavo Barbosa at (914) 576-4514 or Barbara Gillingham at (914) 576-4565.



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    Cientos de estudiantes se reunirán en apoyo al liderazgo juvenil latino

    Inspirados por nuestra comunidad, fortalecido por nuestra educación!

    La escuela secundaria de New Rochelle será la anfitriona de la 6ta Conferencia Anual de Liderazgo Juvenil Latino el 21 de abril de 2018.  Un evento organizado por un grupo de estudiantes de NRHS, atrayendo a una multitud de más de 400 estudiantes y participantes. este evento anual destaca los logros y fortaleza de nuestros estudiantes y nuestra comunidad latina. El objetivo de este evento es alentar a la comunidad hispana / latina a celebrar, compartir, aprender y apreciar nuestra cultura. A través de la conferencia, esperamos alentar a los estudiantes hispanos a tomar una posición activa en su comunidad. Brindaremos a los estudiantes la oportunidad de desarrollar sus habilidades, celebrar sus fortalezas y escuchar el éxito de modelos latinos a través de talleres diseñados para prepararlos para un futuro lleno de oportunidades. Una celebración y un llamado al activismo para la juventud latina.

    El Sábado, 21 de abril del 2018 - 9:45 a.m. a 2:30 p.m. ET


    Para obtener más información, comuníquese con Gustavo Barbosa al (914) 576-4514 o Barbara Gillingham al (914) 576-4565.


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  • Task Force Meeting: New Location

    New Rochelle Task Force Public Meeting Set for April 14

     NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. (April 11, 2018) – New Rochelle community members will be able to address the Task Force on Reducing Violence in the Lives of Children and Youth in a public meeting from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday, April 14. The meeting will be held in the New Rochelle City Council Chambers on the first floor of New Rochelle City Hall, 515 North Ave.

    Enter the building through the main entrance adjacent to the City Hall Parking Lot.

    Community members can sign up in advance to speak at the meeting by emailing Attendees will also be able to sign up at the meeting. Those signing up to speak are asked to indicate whether they are students in the schools.

    Speakers will be placed on a list in the order in which their request is received. However, students will be given priority in speaking during the first hour of the public session. Speakers are asked to bring their solution-oriented ideas and recommendations and present them concisely to allow others to have time to present their views.

    “Input from the public is crucial to our mission,” said Dr. Jonathan Brice, chair of the Task Force. “Suggestions, thoughts and ideas from the public will expand our perspective of the New Rochelle community and will inform the recommendations on how we can build community-wide supports for youth and students.”

    The Task Force continues to accept comments and recommendations at the email address at

    In early March, the New Rochelle Board of Education established the 46-member Task Force to recommend measures to ensure the schools and community are safe, nurturing places for the children, teenagers and young adults in the city. Since then, the members have met several times and have visited schools. Members have been assigned to four working groups on the Task Force: district policies and practices, New Rochelle High School policies and practices, City of New Rochelle policies and practices, and community-based resources.

    Recommendations from the Task Force are expected late in April.

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  • DRAFT 2018-2019 Superintendent's Preliminary Budget and Zero Based Budget

    See attached.

    City School District of New Rochelle
  • Latest Update from Dr. Jonathan Brice, Chair of the Task Force on Reducing Violence in the Lives of Children and Youth

    Good Day,

    This was a productive week for the Task Force on Reducing Violence in the Lives of Children and Youth as several members visited three schools - New Rochelle High School and both middle schools, Albert Leonard and Isaac E. Young.

    The Task Force also convened for its third meeting on Monday evening, when a panel discussion focused on disciplinary procedures and the issues surrounding the policy of a closed campus during lunch periods. The panel was comprised of a school administrator, a high school teacher and two high school students, all Task Force members. The discussion was insightful, with members of the Task Force asking questions to better understand the practices and some of the complexity around potential recommendations that will require city, school district and community resources to implement. 

    The next regular meeting of the Task Force will conclude discussion of NRHS practices and turn the focus on City of New Rochelle policies and practices.

    A special Task Force meeting will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, April 14, in the Whitney M. Young Jr. Auditorium of New Rochelle High School where the members of the community are welcome to make brief public recommendations to the Task Force.

    To sign up in advance to speak at the meeting, email Please indicate whether you are a student in New Rochelle public schools. Attendees will also be able to sign up at the meeting.

    Speakers will be placed on a list in the order in which they sign up. However, students will be given priority to speak during the first hour.

    Thank you,

    Jonathan Brice, Ed.D.


    Task Force on Reducing Violence in the Lives of Children and Youth


    City School District of New Rochelle
  • Budget Session, March 27 - Instruction: Slide Presentation Attached

    The District administration presented its final information session on the preliminary 2018-2019 budget at the public portion of the Board of Education on March 27 in the Henry Barnard Early Childhood Center. The focus was on instruction and curriculum. The slide show for the presentation is attached here.

    Slide shows and supporting information for earlier sessions can be found in the Budget Vote and School Board Election section under "About Us."

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  • Update on Second Task Force Meeting From Dr. Jonathan Brice

    To the New Rochelle Community:

    The New Rochelle Task Force on Reducing Violence in the Lives of Children and Youth met for the second time on Wednesday, March 14th.

    The meeting included a review of the meeting agenda outcomes and a presentation by District staff on the Student Code of Conduct. Task Force members assembled in their working groups: district policies and practices, New Rochelle High School policies and practices, city policies and practices, and community resources, to discuss the policies they were assigned. 

    Each group identified questions or concerns they may have with the assigned policies and requested additional data or presentations from district staff as part of their ongoing work.

    If any community members have ideas or recommendations within the four areas we are examining that they want the Task Force to consider please email your ideas to

    Thank you,

    Jonathan Brice, Ed.D.


    Task Force on Reducing Violence in the Lives of Children and Youth

    City School District of New Rochelle
  • Task Force Chair Dr. Jonathan Brice Updates Community

    Dr. Jonathan Brice, Chair of the Task Force on the Reduction of Violence in the Lives of Children and Youth wrote the following letter to the New Rochelle community on March 13, 2018:

    To the New Rochelle Community,

    On Saturday March 10, 2018 the Task Force on the Reduction of Violence in the Lives of Children and Youth met for its introductory meeting.  The meeting served as an opportunity for Task Force members to meet each other and establish norms for how we will work together and reach consensus on recommendations that we will provide to the Board of Education.  Members of the Task Force selected one of four working groups that will be the focus of their work: district policies and practices, New Rochelle High School policies and practices, City of New Rochelle policies and practices, and community-based resources. Most importantly, the Task Force discussed how we can provide the community with periodic updates about our work and how the community can share their ideas for recommendations with us.

    After each Task Force meeting I will provide the community with an update about the meeting topics and themes of the discussion.  The update will be included in the district's "News from Our Schools" e-newsletter that is sent to the community every Friday.

    Next, we have established an email address that the community can use to provide recommendations for the Task Force.  The email address is  

    Each e-mail received will be provided to one of four working groups: district policies and practices, New Rochelle High School policies and practices, City of New Rochelle policies and practices, and community-based resources.  

     Some members of the community might like the opportunity to provide public comment and the Task Force has established our meeting on Saturday April 14, 2018 as a meeting where public comments about recommendations can be shared.  Details about the schedule for this meeting will be provided in future updates.

    Thank you for the commitment this community has shown to working together to reduce violence in the lives of children and youth.

    Jonathan Brice, Ed.D.


    Taskforce on the Reduction of Violence

    In the Lives of Children and Youth


    City School District of New Rochelle
  • Anti-Bullying App Now Available

    The Anonymous Alerts app for reporting bullying and other potential troubles is now available. Once it is installed, access the system with login: newrochelleps and password: newrochelleps. The following is a press release the District sent announcing the app:


    Anti-Bullying App Available for New Rochelle School District

    NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. (March 7, 2018) Students, parents and others can now report bullying and other troubles that may impact students in City School District of New Rochelle from their cell phones and tablets with the app that is available from Anonymous Alerts.

    The app is an extension of the agreement the School District reached recently with Anonymous Alerts®, a patented, anonymous two-way communications® system that empowers students to anonymously report bullying and harassment, weapons, drug/alcohol usage and other safety concerns directly to school officials.

    Since its introduction earlier this year, the system has students and others to report problems through the website The newly activated app puts the ability to report issues in the palm of a student’s hand.

    Students and others can download the app in the Apple App Store, Google Play store or the Chrome store. To gain access to the School District’s reporting system, enter login: newrochelleps and password: newrochelleps.

    “Now anyone can download the app directly on smart phones or tablets and have access to it at any time,” said Superintendent Dr. Brian Osborne. “We hope that by providing this tool, we will enable students who might not be willing to go to an adult to still report bullying or other tensions that need to be addressed in order to keep students safe.”

    Messages will be monitored during regular school business hours by administrators at every school as well as at the District office. The District stresses that the system is not meant to report emergencies. Situations that need immediate attention should be reported to 9-1-1, as always.

    The new technology at students’ fingertips will help them to anonymously discuss sensitive topics, have compassion for others, and learn self-awareness about issues confronting today’s youth. Administrators will get an app of their own called the Anonymous Alerts Incident Management app to anonymously respond to students, track incidents and take notes.

    About Anonymous Alerts®

    The Anonymous Alerts® award-winning mobile applications were developed to encourage students to quickly report bullying and other safety concerns on school and college campuses. Bullying, cyberbullying, drug use/dealing, depression, safety threats, and more can all be reported directly to authorized personnel through easy-to-use mobile apps and a hosted website. The mobile apps and systems are completely customizable for each client. Anonymous Alerts® is Patented (U.S. Patent No. 9,071,579) with additional patents pending. Anonymous Alerts, LLC is based in White Plains, NY and is rapidly growing throughout the United States and abroad. For more information, please visit or call 914-220-8326.

    About the City School District of New Rochelle                             

    With nearly 11,000 students in 10 schools, the City School District of New Rochelle, through an active partnership amongst community, parents, staff and students, provides a high-quality and challenging education for every child, in a safe, nurturing environment that embraces rich diversity and drives success.

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  • 2018/19 NRHS Program Guide

    Please see the attached document for the 2018/19 NRHS Program Guide. 


    You may also visit the "Quick Links" section of the NRHS Home Page for the 2018/19 Program Guide.

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