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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Campus School and NRHS News Feeds

  • Progress Reports Available

    Parents and Guardians of Middle and High School Students,

    Progress reports for students in New Rochelle High School, Albert Leonard Middle School and Isaac E. Young Middle School have been mailed and should arrive in homes early next week (week starting October 21.) The reports are also now available on your Home Access account.

     

    City School District of New Rochelle
  • Meet Dr. Parvey at Oct. 22 Town Hall Meeting

    Community members will have a chance to ask questions of Interim Superintendent Dr. Magda Parvey at the Board of Education's next Town Hall meeting, 7 to 9 p.m. Monday, Oct. 22.
     
    The session will be open to the public and will be held in the Linda E. Kelly Theater at New Rochelle High School, near the entrance off North and Braemar avenues. This will be the second in a new series of meetings that the Board has initiated with the community to hear and respond to questions from parents, students and others.
     
    It will be an opportunity for the community to become better acquainted with Dr. Parvey, who was named Interim Superintendent on Oct. 2. She replaced Dr. Brian Osborne, who left after four and a half years in the position.
     
    Dr. Parvey had served as Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction and Chief Academic Officer since joining the City School District of New Rochelle in 2016.
     
    The District will provide Spanish language translation for those in attendance, and the session will be streamed live via the District website, www.nred.org. Participants can submit questions to the district clerk's office in advance or submit questions on index cards the night of the Town Hall. Those who would like to submit questions in advance can email them to kvalenti@nredlearn.org. Citizens who cannot attend the Town Hall are also welcome to submit questions via the same email address. 
     
    The Board of Education plans to host several more Town Hall meetings throughout the school year.  Dates will be forthcoming.
    City School District of New Rochelle
  • PTSA Junior Presentation

    This is the presentation from the PTSA meeting on October 12, 2018 regarding important information for Junior year students and parents.

    New Rochelle High School
  • PTSA Senior Meeting

    This is the presentation held at the PTSA meeting on September 27th that goes over senior year events, especially the college application process and other useful information for all seniors. 

    New Rochelle High School
  • Wall of Fame Inductees

    See below to find the announcement for this year's Distinguished Alumni Wall of Fame inductees.  Thank you.

    New Rochelle High School proudly congratulates four alumni who were selected for induction into its Distinguished Alumni Wall of Fame.  Dr. Michael Oxman, Class of 1954; Ms. Madeline Hooper, Class of 1963; Dr. Cheryl Tyler, Class of 1992; and, Mr. Rasaun Young, Class 1993 were elected on the basis of their outstanding professional achievements along with their notable contributions to their respective communities. Their plaques will be unveiled during a ceremony to take place on:

     Thursday, December 6, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. at the House 2 stack area.

     Those interested in attending must email Sue Riordan, no later than December 1, at:  NRHSAlumni@nredlearn.org

    New Rochelle High School
  • Math Department Dual Enrollment Courses

    Greetings Parents of New Rochelle High School:
     
    The Math Department is pleased to announce that we have expanded our dual-enrollment course options. 
     
    Students enrolled in full-year College Algebra, College Precalculus or College Calculus at the high school are now able to earn four SUNY credits at a reduced rate through the WCC Early College Experience Program (ECE).  The cost per credit is $61 this year.
     
    Please review the attached application for further information and details. The deadline to submit these forms is Friday, September 28th. If your child is enrolled in one of these courses, then we encourage you to apply.
     
    Should you have any questions, feel free to give my office a call (914-576-4564) or send me an email.
     
    Sincerely,
    Xiomara Gonzalez
    New Rochelle High School
  • Important NRHS Information

    Please see the attached flyer for important information regarding the 2018/19 school year.  Thank you!

    New Rochelle High School
  • Draft 2018-2019 Safety Plan Posted; Public Comments Invited

    The draft 2018-2019 safety plan was introduced at the Sept. 4 New Rochelle Board of Education meeting in the Linda E. Kelly Theatre. Find the draft plan via the link below or under Safety & Security Updates on this home page. The Board is expected to adopt a final version by October 15.

    The public may comment on the plan. Send comments to save@nredlearn.org.

    https://bit.ly/2oqx5YH

    City School District of New Rochelle
  • Metro Card Services

    Please know that you may buy Metro Cards online  at:

     
    Also, the Metro Card office will be open on Thursday, September 6th.
    New Rochelle High School
  • Project SEARCH Honored at National Conference

    New Rochelle's Project SEARCH, a job readiness program for students with developmental challenges, achieved highest honors at the national organization's annual conference in Savannah, Georgia last week. The New Rochelle chapter - Montefiore New Rochelle Project SEARCH - was lauded for reaching a 100 percent success rate with its 2016-2017 class, placing all eight participants in long-term employment.
     
    "We were thrilled to accept the award this year and look forward to achieving more goals in the near future," said project instructor Kathy Barbara.
     
    The program is a collaboration among the City School District of New Rochelle, Montefiore New Rochelle Hospital, Adult Career and Continuing Education Services-Vocational Rehabilitation (ACCES-VR) and Ability Beyond.
    City School District of New Rochelle

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