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Thank you for your interest in The Neighborhood Charter School of Harlem. The deadline to apply for the 2017-2018 school year was April 1, 2017. Applications submitted after the deadline will be added to the waitlist in the order in which they are received.
NCSH is one school in two locations.
NCSH Northwest (Kindergarten-2nd Grade)
421 West 145th Street
New York, NY 10031
NCSH Central Harlem (Grades 3-6)
132 West 124th Street
New York, NY 10027
The lottery was held on April 10, 2017. Applicants who apply after the April 1 deadline will automatically be placed on the waitlist. If your child was not accepted through the lottery and was placed on the waitlist, you will be notified via phone and email if a spot becomes available. You will have 48 hours to accept the seat in writing. Many children are accepted from the waitlist each year.
Lottery preferences are provided for:
- Siblings of current NCSH students
- Siblings of students applying to NCSH
- Children of current NCSH staff
- Community School District (CSD)
- Kindergarten-2nd Grade: Applicants residing in CSD 6
- Grades 3-6: Applicants residing in CSD 5
- Scholars applying to the ASD program
To verify your CSD, please visit the Department of City Planning website.
ASD Application Process
We have a specialized program for higher functioning children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). If you are interested in our ASD program and would like more information, please contact our Director of Operations, Sherita Smith, at email@example.com. The application process is outlined below.
- Submit an application. Please be sure to check the box that you are applying to the ASD program.
- Complete a questionnaire and an informal interview. Once your application is received, you will be invited to the school to complete a questionnaire. This questionnaire allows us to learn more about your child and their needs. Please bring the most current IEP or any other evaluations to the meeting.
- Complete an evaluation. The final evaluation is completed by an independent organization, YAI. The evaluation may consist of review of the IEP and clinical document review and additional testing, if needed. YAI will notify the school if the child qualifies for the ASD program. A child also qualifies for the program if they are accepted into the Department of Education's ASD Nest program.