Campus Alternative High School

50 Washington Avenue

New Rochelle, New York 10801

(914) 576-4393  or  (914 ) 576-4397

FAX: (914) 576-4647

Administrator: 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.

 

An Alternative Route to Success at CAMPUS

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  • Board of Education Hires New Assistant Superintendent for Business

    NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. (July 29, 2019) – The City School District of New Rochelle has appointed Gregory W. Kern as the new Assistant Superintendent for Business. The Board of Education approved Kern’s appointment at its meeting tonight. He officially begins the position with the School District on or before October 1, 2019.

    Kern currently serves as the Assistant Superintendent for Finance at the Newburgh Enlarged City School District, a position he has held since 2016. He has also served as Assistant Superintendent for Administration at the Enlarged City School District of Middletown; and as the Assistant Superintendent for Business at the Washingtonville Central School District. In addition, he has served in administrative positions with the Greater Southern Tier BOCES, Amherst (NY) Central School District, Newark (NY) Central School District and Medina (NY) Central School District.

    He has overseen several major bond construction programs including one for $100 million for the Elmira City School District while he was at BOCES and a recently passed $257 million bond project in Newburgh.

    “We are looking forward to Mr. Kern bringing his extensive administrative background, leading business offices within school districts for the past 16 years,” said Interim Superintendent Dr. Magda Parvey. “This experience demonstrates that he is an excellent fit for New Rochelle as our next Assistant Superintendent for Business.”

    In his latest position in Newburgh, Kern oversees a general fund budget of $282 million in a school district with a student population of 11,500.

    “Mr. Kern has the experience of working in large school districts and will help continue the District’s efforts to maximize value for our taxpayers while also prioritizing education for our students,” Board of Education President Amy Moselhi said.

    Kern is a member of the Newburgh school district superintendent’s cabinet, working closely with other assistant superintendents as well as curriculum, pupil services and human resources.

    “I am excited to come to the City School District of New Rochelle and join this leadership team,” Kern said. “I am eager to get started and support the District’s efforts to remain fiscally sensitive while providing great educational value for our students.”

    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.

    City School District of New Rochelle
  • New Rochelle Schools Reach Tentative Agreement with FUSE Union

    NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. (July 9, 2019) – The Board of Education of the City School District of New Rochelle and the New Rochelle Federation of United School Employees (FUSE), the union representing teachers, other pedagogic staff and school-related professionals, are pleased to announce that the parties have reached a tentative settlement for a successor agreement.

    The agreement is subject to ratification by the Union membership and the Board, which the parties anticipate occurring in the early fall.

    The District and FUSE are excited to have reached a settlement that benefits all and demonstrates the deep appreciation the District holds for its teachers, other pedagogic staff and school-related professionals. All are looking forward to a productive 2019-2020 school year.

    City School District of New Rochelle
  • New Rochelle School Board Leadership Named

    Moselhi Chosen as President, Warhit as Vice President

    NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. (July 5, 2019) – New Rochelle Board of Education chose its leadership Tuesday, July 2, naming Amy Moselhi President and Paul Warhit Vice President. The selections came at the annual reorganizational meeting, at which new members William Iannuzzi and Valarie D. Williams were also sworn in.

    Moselhi served the past year as Board Vice President with President Jeffrey Hastie, who did not run for re-election when his term was up this spring.

    Moselhi and Warhit were both elected to the Board in 2017.

    “It is a great honor to serve in the capacity of President of the Board of Education for the City School District of New Rochelle,” Moselhi said after taking the oath of office at the meeting in Central Administration. “It is a responsibility that I take very seriously and that I hope I will fulfill in a way that makes each and every member of the city confident that your voices have been heard and that your concerns are always a part of the fabric in the decisions that we make.”

    A civil engineer by trade, Moselhi is Chief Executive of United Structure Solution, a Brooklyn firm that designs and installs high-end ornamental metal work and glass. Warhit is a past president of Devonshire Discount Tire & Auto Centers.

    Williams is a teacher and K-12 reading specialist in the Greenburgh Central School District. Iannuzzi serves as Director of Programs for the Boys & Girls Clubs of New Rochelle.

    The Board’s nine members serve five-year terms.

    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.

    City School District of New Rochelle
  • 2019 Graduation Ceremony

    The NRHS Graduation Ceremony will start at 5pm and be outside on McKenna Field!

     

    New Rochelle High School
  • New Rochelle High School Senior Awards

    Members of the Class of 2019 were awarded hundreds of scholarships, trophies, certificates and other prizes in the New Rochelle High School Senior Awards Assembly and Senior Awards Ceremony. Both ceremonies were held in the Whitney M. Young Jr. Auditorium. Find the honorees here:

    The following link opens a list of the students who received awards in the Senior Awards Assembly held Friday, June 14 at 9:30 a.m.

     

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     The following link opens a list of the students who received awards in the Senior Awards Ceremony held Monday, June 17 at 7 p.m.

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     Two faculty members received the Donald J. Conetta Service Award. They were:

    • Joel Fridovich, who is retiring as Director of the Alternative Campus High School
    • Deborah Minchin, New Rochelle High School social studies teacher

               

    City School District of New Rochelle
  • Fall Sports Registration

    On-line registration for Fall sports will be through FamilyID.  At this time you can begin the process by using the 'Intent to Participate - Fall 2019 Athletics'.  These are the steps:
     
    1.  Go to nred.org
    2.  Click the 'Parents/Community' tab
    3.  Click 'High School Athletics Registration
    4.  Click link for FamilyID
    5.  Click 'Intent to Participate - Fall 2019 Athletics' and complete this part of the registration process.
    New York State law requires that all school districts review a student's health profile within 30 days of the start of the season.  The registration for the fall season will begin on July 19th for the high school teams and August 5th for the middle school teams.  When you  complete the Intent to Participate form they will receive notification when the final registration period opens.
     
    Please see the attached document for more information about the Fall Pre-Season.  Thank you!
    New Rochelle High School
  • Busing Schedule

     Dear Families, 

    Below is the busing schedule for the June 2019 Regents Exams:
     
    AM -The County buses will provide regular AM transportation thru 6/25.
     

    PM - June 18-June 25

    Buses will drop off students at 11:45 and pick up students who have finished the AM exams. Buses will return for 3:45 dismissal

     
    Attachment #1 is PM exam pick up locations and times..
    Attachment #2 is the actual dismissal route sheets that will be posted on the buses.
    New Rochelle High School
  • 2019 Metro Awards

    Congratulations to the production of "See Rock City" for being nominated for 7, that's right, 7 Metro Awards. The event took place last night and the winners included:

     

    Best Comedic Actor - Jamie Cantone

    Best Feature Ensemble Member - Ryan Basch

    Best Student Orchestra

     

    For more information about the 2019 Metro Awards winners please see the link below (courtesy of lohud.com):

    https://www.lohud.com/story/news/local/2019/06/11/who-won-metro-awards-complete-list/1417284001/

    New Rochelle High School
  • Summer School 2019 Information

    Please see the attached documents for more information about Summer School.  Thank you.

    New Rochelle High School
  • Recipients of the New York State Seal of Biliteracy

    Congratulations to the Recipients of the New York State Seal of Biliteracy!

    Avery Bradshaw, Matthew Carter, Cassandra Chen, Liliana Conroy, Elizabeth Crocker, Kimberly Gallardo, Isabella L. Gonzalez, Noemy Gonzalez, Katherine Jaramillo, Jasmine Jenkins, Eliot Kazakov, Olivia Kelly, Jenna Landy, Jasmine Lopez, Jalen Miranda, Samantha Neuman, Malak Ouammou, Melissa Ramondelli, Lesly Rodiles-Perez, Isabella Vianna.

    These students are all seniors and they have been recognized for their distinguished accomplishments in English, Spanish, Mandarin, Italian and Latin.

     

    New Rochelle High School

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