The following organizations, institutions, and educational initiatives are working as partners to our school, helping to provide us with extra resources and expertise that enrich the education of our students.
Marble Hill School is part of the New Century
High Schools Initiative (NCHSI): a vital component of
the New Visions organization,
which is dedicated to improving the quality of education a child receives
in the New York City Public School System.
is an arts education organization committed to building stronger public
school communities and neighborhoods. Since 1994, DreamYard has developed
a program which provides an educational pathway for students from Kindergarten
through 12th grade, a pathway in which the arts are an integral aspect
of how children learn. This year, a team from DreamYard is serving as
Artists in Residence at Marble Hill, and this group is helping the students
put together their own production of Cyrano
Many of our teachers are involved in the Peace
Corps Fellows Program. Since 1985, this program at Teachers
College has worked closely with the New York City Board of Education to
place qualified and committed Returned Peace Corps Volunteers (RPCVs)
in New York City Public Schools. Most fellows receive partial scholarships
to pursue master's degrees at Teachers College and gain state certification
and city licensure.
College Bound Initiative -
CBI empowers young women and men to realize their higher education and life potential by placing full-time college guidance experts in high-need public schools. CBI counselors maximize students’ college awareness, access, and financial aid awards.
Friends of Van Cortlandt Park
is a community based organization that promotes initiatives that "protect,
preserve, and promote Van Cortlandt Park as a natural resource. Students
from Marble Hill have fulfilled their community service requirements with
iMentor builds mentoring relationships that empower students from low-income communities to graduate high school, succeed in college, and achieve their ambitions. Students work with their mentors one-on-one, in-person and online, to develop strong personal relationships, nurture a college aspiration, navigate the college application process, and build critical skills that lead to college success. In New York City, iMentor partners with public schools to ensure every student in the schools receives a mentor. iMentor also provides its curriculum, technology, and best practices to help nonprofits run effective programs in the iMentor model. Since 1999, iMentor has connected 13,000 students with mentors. This year, iMentor is serving 3,500 mentor-mentee pairs in New York City and 2,150 more nationwide. iMentor has been recognized through funding by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Lumina Foundation, the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation, and the Robin Hood Foundation, and is a subgrantee of the federal Social Innovation Fund.
York Cares has
worked extensively with the Marble Hill School, and has done much to bring
color to our hallways, with an
ambitious painting project.
New York Cares volunteer projects are team-based and flexibly
scheduled. The organization embraces virtually every volunteer interest:
homelessness, hunger, kids, education, seniors and the elderly, HIV/AIDS,
the environment, urban renewal, and more.
The Peace Corps Fund supports programs conducted by Returned Peace Corps Volunteers to implement the Third Goal of the Peace Corps Act — help Americans understand the people and cultures of other countries — and thereby make our country better informed and more engaged in world affairs.
History: Founded in 1931 as the Bronx campus of Hunter College. Established
in 1968 as an independent college of The City University of New York and
named for Herbert H. Lehman, the great New York Governor, U.S. Senator,
philanthropist, and humanitarian. During World War II, Lehman's campus became
the main national training site for women in the military. For six months
in 1946, the campus served as interim headquarters for the newly formed
The College Now program at Lehman College offers highly motivated high school students the opportunity to take college-credit courses while they are still in high school. The credits that students accumulate through the College Now program are transferable to other CUNY colleges, SUNY colleges, and most private universities. -Source: Lehman College
Open Stages offers and in-depth theater experience for both teachers and students. It brings thousands of public-school students from New York City's five boroughs to see the very best that live theater has to offer.
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