WHAT IS A MAGNET SCHOOL?
Magnet Schools are public schools of choice. Magnet schools are visionary, innovative and open to students regardless of zip code. Every magnet school has a special theme that makes it different and unique. Specialized curricula are developed that align to the school’s theme with student activities designed to promote excellence in all arenas. Currently funded magnet schools integrate STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math) into all academic subjects and school activities. Magnet schools are designed to attract students of all backgrounds who are looking for a specialized academic experience.
HOW ARE MAGNET SCHOOLS UNIQUE?
Magnet Schools are New York City public schools that receive additional funding from the federal government to implement a theme, design innovative curriculum and increase family participation. Funding enriches academic activities by supporting school trips, additional supplies, partnerships, and special programs. Magnet Schools offer challenging interdisciplinary academic experiences designed to engage, inspire and motivate students to achieve. All magnet schools engage in project-based learning and integrate real-world educational experiences into their curricula.
APPLY TO P.S. 201 Q, STEM MAGNET SCHOOL
Magnet schools follow the NYCDOE enrollment processes for Pre-Kindergarten, and Kindergarten Choice. Alternative Grades: Students entering grades 1-5 can fill out a Magnet Application. Please follow the instructions listed below to apply.
Pre-K Students & Kindergarten Students
Please contact our Parent Coordinator, Pei Hsia Want or our Pupil Accounting Secretary, Lucrecia Ochs for registration to begin the admissions process:
Call our Parent Coordinator Pei-Hsia Wang at (347)201-2856
Email our Parent Coordinator Pei-Hsia Wang at PWang@schools.nyc.gov
Email our Pupil Accounting Secretary, Lucrecia Ochs at LOchs@schools.nyc.gov
Grade 1-5 Students
Please complete the forms below to begin the admissions process:
Grade 1-5 Students
The Magnet School Application period (grades 1-5) begins in October and continues until February of the academic school year for placement the following September. Notification will be made in the spring. Students will receive notification by mail. Notification letters will outline specific instructions for families to accept placement.
NEED MORE INFORMATION?
Contact the magnet specialist, Ms. Gezlev, if you have questions about our specialized programs or would like to arrange for a special tour of this magnet school.
Ms. Gezlev's email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact the parent coordinator, Ms. Wang, or the pupil accounting secretary, Ms. Ochs, for more information about the admissions process.
Ms. Wang's phone number: (347)201-2856
Ms. Wang's email: PWang@schools.nyc.gov
Ms. Ochs email: LOchs@schools.nyc.gov