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.


An Alternative Route to Success at CAMPUS

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Campus School and NRHS News Feeds

  • BUDGET VOTE TODAY - Where to vote.

    The New Rochelle school budget vote is today until 9 p.m.

    Don't know where to vote? Follow this link to an election district street directory:



    City School District of New Rochelle
  • End of year Announcements

    The NRHS 2018 Graduation Ceremony will be held on Thursday June 21st, 2018 at 5:00 PM sharp on McKenna Field at NRHS.  Graduates should arrive no later than 3:45 PM.  Clove Road will be closed for parking beginning at 9:00 AM and will be closed to through traffic beginning at 3:30 PM.

    There will be no reserved parking available.  Attendees will be required to find the nearest available street parking.  Please be mindful not to block fire hydrants and driveways.

    Attendees who require wheelchair access or who otherwise have limited mobility can be dropped off at Flandreau Avenue at the top of the NRHS administrative parking lot.  From there they will receive an escort to McKenna Field. Congratulations to the Class of 2018!

    Students will be able to pick up their diplomas on Friday June 22nd from 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM in the House II Upper Cafe. Diplomas will also be distributed with report cards from House 4 on Tuesday June 26th and Wednesday June 27th from 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM and from 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM.


    Final report cards will be distributed from House 4 on Tuesday June 26th and Wednesday June 27th from 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM and from 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM.


    Report cards that are not picked up by June 27th will be mailed home on June 29th.

    Any student, who fails a course or Regents exam required for high school graduation, must attend summer school. Summer school will be in session from Monday, July 9th, 2017 through Tuesday, August 14th, 2017. Due to construction at the High School, summer school classes will be held at ALMS.


    Textbook and Library Book Returns:

    All students are required to return all textbooks, library books and any other borrowed materials and equipment by June 11th.  Students who do not return books by the due date will be billed for the replacement cost.  Students must either return the books or pay for the cost of the book. If you are returning a book, you can bring the book to your teacher or the appropriate department office.  If it is a library book, then it should be returned to the library. Students who have outstanding books will have a hold placed on their accounts and may not receive report cards or transcripts.  Graduating seniors who fail to turn in or pay for outstanding books will not receive their diplomas. If you need to pay for lost books, payments can be brought to Ms. Nunes in the main office.

    New Rochelle High School
  • ALMS PTA Hosts Science Festival

    Science experiments, games and exhibits enthralled students, parents and teachers at the Albert Leonard Middle School PTA Science Festival on June 5. Hosted by the PTA's STEAM Committee, it was the first science festival at the school in recent history. Among those taking part in the educational festivities was Albot, a robot created by the LEGO League Robotics Club at ALMS.
    "The festival was a huge success and exceeded any and all initial expectations," said ALMS Principal John Barnes. "We give great thanks to the PTA steering committee who secured the grant and worked so hard to plan every aspect of the event. In addition, we had many Albert Leonard Middle School faculty members who participated in the event from planning to volunteering, and we thank the many fabulous high school, middle school and elementary school students who volunteered their time setting up, hosting experiments, distributing food and sharing their work with us."
    Participating in the Science Festival were: the BioBus, which brings science exploration to students; IDEA New Rochelle, which promotes arts and technology; Mercy College's Center for STEM Education; It Takes a Village to Educate a Child, which offers STEM camps; We Future Cycle; Sarah Lawrence College Center for the Urban River at Beczak; and MacInspires.  Interactive tables offered demonstrations of DNA extraction, shibori tie-dye technique, physics experiments and more.
    The event was part of a national PTA program in which 30 schools across the United States were awarded a grant from Bayer.
    City School District of New Rochelle
  • Seniors Receive Awards in Two Ceremonies

    New Rochelle High School seniors received awards for academics, service, overcoming obstacles and many other achievements, all to the cheers and applause of classmates and family members in the Whitney M. Young Jr. Auditorium on Monday. The honors were given out in two sessions, the Senior Awards Assembly in the morning and the Senior Awards Ceremony in the evening.
    "Seniors, congratulations for all of your honors," English teacher Lakia Robinson said after she was chosen by the class as the honored faculty member in the morning session. "May you continue to explore and excel, continue to push the boundaries and inspire everyone around you."

    "Our students have proven to be talented, resilient and ambitious," said Dr. Magda Parvey, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction, during the evening ceremony. "Our students are service-oriented, activists and leaders in their own right."

    The awards come from each school academic department, community organizations and private scholarship funds. In addition to academics, awards were given out in a wide range of categories, such as political activism and recruiting blood donors.

    For a full list of the awards, what they are given for and who received them, click here.
    City School District of New Rochelle
  • IEYMS Choir Earns Second in Regional Competition

    The Isaac E. Young Middle School's Castle Choir sang their way to second place in the regional Music in the Parks competition in Connecticut, performing "Alterations" by Andrea Ramsey and "Dona Nobis Pacem" by Mary Lynn Lightfoot.
    Thirty-six IEYMS seventh and eighth graders performed in the festival at Central Connecticut State University on June 1. They competed with 12 other middle school groups. After the performance the IEYMS singers enjoyed the afternoon in the Nutmeg State, visiting Lake Compounce amusement park in Bristol. 
    City School District of New Rochelle
  • New Rochelle High School Senior Awards

    The attached is the complete list of awards bestowed at the New Rochelle High School Class of 2018 Senior Awards Assembly and Senior Awards Ceremony on June 11, 2018.

    New Rochelle High School
  • Fall Sports: Pre-Season Practices

    Please see the attached document for NRHS Fall Sports.  Thank you. 

    New Rochelle High School
  • 2018 June Regents Schedule

    Please see the attached document for the 2018 June Regents Schedule.  Thank you.

    New Rochelle High School
  • Watch May 30 Task Force Meeting Here

    Dr. Jonathan Brice, chair of the Task Force on Reducing Violence in the Lives of Children and Youth, presented the Task Force's report of recommendations to the New Rochelle Board of Education, the New Rochelle City Council and the community on May 30 in City Council chambers. View the meeting by clicking on the link below.

    Special thanks to the City of New Rochelle for recording the meeting and providing the video.


    City School District of New Rochelle
  • Adopted 2018-19 Budget Stays Within Tax Cap

    The New Rochelle Board of Education tonight (5/29) adopted a new 2018-2019 budget that stays within the state tax cap while preserving educational programs and allowing for additional student social-emotional support and safety measures.
    With input and direction from the Board of Education, the budget, proposed by the Superintendent, removed $3.4 million from the tax levy that was included in the $272.8 million spending plan rejected by voters on May 15. The reduction was needed to produce a budget with a tax levy increase that stays at or below the state cap of 2.231 percent for New Rochelle.
    "This budget protects the District's core strategic priorities and avoids any unnecessary cuts that would directly impact students," Superintendent Dr. Brian Osborne said. "It also allows the District to stay within the tax cap and maintain the fiscal health that we have worked so hard to improve."
    The measures total $3,398,617 in savings, reductions and additional revenue. They are:
    • $736,867: Foregoing the planned addition of three psychologists and three social workers.
    • $642,219: Foregoing the inclusion of several contingent positions placed in the budget for unexpected needs.
    • $200,000: A reduction from the initial $420,000 set aside to implement safety and security recommendations from the Task Force on Reducing Violence in the Lives of Children and Youth and from Guidepost Solutions. (The proposed budget allocates $200,000 for the recommendations.)
    • $598,778: Savings from a retirement incentive offered earlier this year that were not known when the initial budget was presented.
    • $245,069: Savings in technology purchasing by eliminating redundancy and products that are under-used.
    • $975,684: Appropriation from the employee retirement system reserve fund.
    The new plan retains the addition of four high school counselors, one in each house, to address the need for social and emotional development. It would also retain the addition of 2.1 full-time equivalent (FTE) English as a New Language teachers divided among Albert Leonard Middle School, Isaac E. Young Middle School and William B. Ward Elementary School; three special education teachers (one each at the high school and each of the middle schools); and a teaching assistant and education aide, both in special education, also for the high school.
    A public hearing on the budget will be held June 5, also at 7 p.m. in the high school library. The plan will be put to a public vote on June 19.
    If voters reject the second budget, the District must adopt a contingency budget, which restricts the tax levy to the same size as this year's - $204,441,642. To reach that level, the District would need to cut about $4.5 million more - or nearly $8 million from the initial proposed budget. The District would need to consider measures such as forgoing capital expenses for security infrastructure and cafeteria improvements, eliminating non-mandated transportation, reducing athletics and extracurricular activities, cutting staff positions, increasing class sizes and diminishing elective class offerings.
    Find the proposed budget here.
    City School District of New Rochelle

Campus School and NRHS Events

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Seniors: Class of 2018!!  


Statue of Liberty Trip with Mrs. Tucker's English class

Thanksgiving Feast 2017

Turkey Run 2017