Worst High School in New York. Students are forced to do exactly what the principal says even if is not mandatory. They have to take extra classes just to make the school look better. Students will be punished if they refuse to do what the principals want even if is not for the well being of the student. In this school learning while having healthy fun is considered a crime and whichever teacher is found doing this would be fired. Students have to stay extra hours at school taking online courses that are not necessary but will make school look better. The principal treats the students as if they were criminals and will not respect them if they are not one of the top ten students. Equality and fairness does not exist here I will never recommend this school to any parent that loves their children.
Academy for Language and Technology is a public high school. The principal of Academy for Language and Technology is PRINCIPAL - MR. JOSE VINALES, whose e-mail is email@example.com. 303 students go to Academy for Language and Technology and identify as Hispanic; Black, non-Hispanic; and Native American or Native Alaskan. 88% of the Academy for Language and Technology students are "limited in English proficiency." 92% of the 303 students here have subsidized lunches. The ratio of students to teachers at Academy for Language and Technology is 12:1. University Heights Secondary School-Bronx Community College is one of the nearest high schools.
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One of the worst High Schools in the Bronx. Students are forced to eat lunch at 10 AM and must take unnecessary classes even if they don't wish to. The school's principal treats the students as if they were veterans in the Army.
It is an excellent school for Spanish-speaking ELL's that prepares students to be bi-literate by the time students graduate.
University Heights Secondary School-Bronx Community CollegePublic 9-12 464 students
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