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Long Island Lutheran ready for SNY Invitational

January 22, 2015 by New York Daily News

New York Daily NewsWhile the heart of New York high school basketball is commonly thought to be found in the city, Lutheran head coach John Buck believes his team doesn't have much left to prove even though it's the only outsider. “We've been here for a few years now,” Buck ...

Add A Grade At Wagner School

January 22, 2015 by Ridgewood Times Newsweekly

... to add a grade at a Long Island City secondary school this September. The Robert F. Wagner Jr. Secondary School for Arts and Technology, located at 47-07 30th Pl. (Building Q891) in Long Island City, presently serves children from grades seven through 12. ... the city. Most middle schools include grades six through eight. The DOE claims the grade expansion would create “a more stable environment” by allowing Wagner students to stay at the same campus for the full length of their middle and high school terms.

Elizabeth A. Frederic

January 14, 2015 by Lewiston Sun Journal

12, 1941, in Long Island City, N.Y., a twin daughter to the late John and Mildred (Bauer) Corbett Jr. She was always proud to share her birthday with Abraham Lincoln and Charles Darwin. Liz grew up in Floral Park, N.Y., and often used the Belmont Raceway as her playground. She graduated from Flora Park Memorial High School, where she played the clarinet in the band. Liz and her sister, Elaine, wrote the school song, which is still in use. Education was very important to her and she earned four college degrees: ...

Garden City Student Named Intel Semifinalist

January 7, 2015 by Patch.com

Patch.comA Garden City High School student was among 43 Long Island high school seniors named semifinalists in the prestigious Intel Science Talent Search. Garden City's Brandon Choi, 17, got the news on Wednesday that he was in an elite pool of 300 students ...

Long Island, NYS high school graduation rates rise in 2014

December 18, 2014 by Newsday

High school graduation rates rose on Long Island in 2014 for the third consecutive year and results also improved statewide, with some of the biggest gains recorded in New York City, according to a state report issued Thursday. Merryl Tisch, chancellor of the ...

NYS Education Department Announces Nominees for 2015 U.S. Presidential ...

December 4, 2014 by LongIsland.com

LongIsland.comI am so excited for our district, our wonderful Academy of American Studies High School, which Jordan attends, and of course the leadership of its principal William Bassell. Our Long Island City community is so proud to see outstanding students like Jordan ...

Long Island High School Business Students to Compete in Adelphi Apprentice ...

November 17, 2014 by Long Island Exchange

(Long Island, NY) A team of business students representing eighteen High School will compete against groups from 18 other high schools from across Long Island on November 21 in Adelphi University's annual student marketing contest, the “Adelphi Apprentice Challenge,” ... Started in 2006, more than 1400 “apprentices” have participated, including a number who have studied marketing at the Robert B. Willumstad School of Business and were real-life apprentices in the New York City marketing shark tank.

The 2nd Act in His Unlikely Pursuit: A College Degree

November 5, 2014 by New York Times

New York TimesDuring his junior year at Long Island City High School, Mr. Lawson was referred to Urban Upbound, a nonprofit organization that brings economic and educational resources to public housing neighborhoods. The group offered career guidance, ... Despite some procedural hiccups, Mr. Lawson did well on his SAT and, through Pell and TAP grants, received full tuition assistance to Onondaga Community College in Syracuse, a member school of the State University of New York. He relied on loans for housing and food ...

The 9 coolest spots to watch the NYC Marathon

October 31, 2014 by New York Post

New York PostSome vantage points, like this Long Island City corner, at 44th Drive and 10th Street, are less crowded than others, but that doesn't make fans any less enthusiastic with their cheering. Photo: Michael Sofronski ...

New Digs in Long Island City

October 30, 2014 by New York Times

New York TimesWhen Renee McAdams was attending Columbia Business School more than two decades ago, she swore she would never leave New York. But leave she did, right after her 1992 graduation. ... The children are now in high school and college. “I am looking at my nest emptying,” said Ms. McAdams, who is ... In the summer, Ms. McAdams's eldest son got an internship with Fresh Direct, the grocery delivery business, which is headquartered in Long Island City, Queens. She volunteered to find him a place to live nearby.

Hunting in Hunter's Point South: Affordable Housing in Long Island City

October 20, 2014 by NY City Lens

Once completed, Hunter's Point South—under construction in Long Island City, Queens—will be the biggest affordable housing development in New York City since the 1970s, with 3,000 affordable units. The project's first phase, ... Rachel Meltzer, a professor of urban policy at The New School, said the district is doing the right thing by giving priority to District 2 residents, as it will help preserve the character of Long Island City and prevent residents from being forced out of their neighborhood. “Sixty percent is a good ...

HS football players kicked off team after hazing incident

October 18, 2014 by New York Post

A series of ugly hazing incidents at a Queens high school has led to several football players — including one of the city's top student athletes — being kicked off the team, The Post has learned. Two boys at William Cullen Bryant HS in Long Island City ...

Boy, 16, stabbed by fellow students near Queens high school

September 13, 2014 by New York Daily News

New York Daily NewsThe victim, wounded in the upper body, was in stable condition at Elmhurst Hospital Center following the 8:20 a.m. attack near the High School of Applied Communication in Long Island City. The teen was on his way to school when the two 15-year-old ...

Paper Factory Hotel - Long Island City, NY

September 8, 2014 by New York Real Estate Journal Online

A few notable recent transactions closed by Berko & Associates include: the $30.5 million finance of a block of retail stores on Bleecker St. in Greenwich Village; the $27 million mortgage loan for the newly opened Paper Factory Hotel in Long Island City; the $24 ... "As one of the first graduates of the school's prestigious Science of Real Estate and Metropolitan Development program, I wanted to give back," said Berko, who heads the Baruch College Real Estate Alumni Club (BCREAC), which he started in 2010.

Governor Cuomo Announces Recipients Of $340 Million in Pre-Kindergarten ...

August 19, 2014 by LongIsland.com

LongIsland.comBy Long Island News & PRs Published: August 18 2014 ... "Training and educating young minds is one of the smartest investments we can make as a State, as studies demonstrate that pre-kindergarten has a long lasting, positive influence on our children's education and future success," Governor Cuomo said. "The State Budget this year ... New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said,"We are proud to have Governor Cuomo as a strong partner in making Pre-K for All a reality for the children of New York City. This funding ...

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